Wednesday, January 13, 2016

No 'Char' in Churros

Churros are Spanish fried-dough pastries dipped in chocolate that are traditionally eaten as breakfast in Spain. In the Philippines though, Pinoys are crazy over churros, usually eating them for snacks.



There's this small churreria called La Lola that sells churros packaged in a huge cone with the option to eat it with or without a chocolate dip on the side. We went to their branch in Megamall located at the 2/F Mega Atrium.



I am used to having short or U-shaped churros but La Lola's churros are long and straight, fried only upon order. You can order the classic ones (P110, medium size, 6 pieces) and a separate order for the chocolate dip (P60 for medium size) which is quite disappointing. I think churros and choco are an automatic pair.

They also have churros dipped in dark chocolate (P195 for 6 pieces), churro ice cream sandwiches (P145) and Xuxos (stuffed churros with choice of nutella, speculoos, dulce de leche or strawberry jam). These, I have to try yet. Churros is a heavy snack so two pieces are enough for me. If you're not wary about eating greasy snack, this one's a good deal.
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