Spanish hotness at La Bodega

12 10 2008

When?  11 October 2008, Where? La Bodega, Telawi Street Bangsar
Report by Rtr David Lee

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The ad of celebration of Spain National Day at La Bodega caught our President Kavita’s eye. So, we decided to give restaurant a try. I got lucky to get the parking space at Telawi early and I’m the first one to arrive at La Bodega. After a few minutes, Kavita, Nas and Firas, a visiting Rotarian from Lebanon, arrived to the restaurant. This is my first time I dine in a Spanish restaurant. The famous Spanish appetizer; Tapas is a must have in our meal. We have our extrovert guy; Firas to entertain us with his life stories and his jokes (Ed Note: He was even teaching our shy boys on tips to pick up girls) while awaiting our meal to arrive.

Later in the evening the Spanish National Day celebration began with fire-eating man performance and Spanish dance. It’s an awesome experience to witness the fire-eating display as I can feel the heat from the fire from a distance. Meanwhile, Firas was making eye contact with two Philippines ladies beside our table. He took this chance to approach them and occupy the empty chair on their place for a chat. Oh yea! About the Spanish dishes at La Bodega, it’s satisfactory but mind you about the price tag on the meals.

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