|Pinchito Moruno $4|
Our final dish of Ensalada de cerdo arrived. A dish of tender roasted pork belly. It was served with a salad of radicchio, brussel sprouts, jamon, quince, currants and migas de pan. A warm salad if you like. The sweetness from quince and currants took away the bitterness from sprouts and radicchio instantly, it was a delicious balance. Once again we found the flavours to our liking, a favourable choice for winter too. The dish was topped with migas de pan (fragrant fried breadcrumbs) to give it extra texture and crunch.
|Ensalada de cerdo $16|
After our meal we could definitely see why this place is so popular. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday they get the big Paella pan out and it’s ready to be dished out at set times so if you want to try it, set your alarms and get in line. Comida is also licensed so you can try some Spanish beer and sherry. Adelaide Central Market is a great show of diversity when you see different cuisines lined up next to each other even in just one aisle.