Spain 92 is one of those places that we've passed close to fifty times and said, "Hey, we should stop there sometime." Well, today was that sometime and I must say that it is something we should have done sooner, and will do again.
We stopped by at five o'clock on a Friday and there were only a few diners In the nicely decorated dining room with a clean and modern, yet European feel. We were seated near a window and given menus and water. Nice fresh rolls followed and we made our choices.
I decided on the Ternera 92, veal stuffed with ham and cheese, and cooked in a lovely sherry sauce with capers for $24. The flavor profile was quite nice, think chicken cordon blue with a Spanish twist to it, and I used the remainder of the bread to mop up The sauce so I didn't miss a drop.
Teresa had one of the specials, a combination of shrimp and chicken with veggies and rice for $22. I tasted and it had a fresh, clean taste with a nice sauce. Very nice. They gave us a rather large plate of yellow rice, and a dish of fresh and hot home-made potato chips. Oh, and there was a soup course with a nice chicken soup while waiting for the entree.