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Q: Has anyone been to RicoRico? How is it?

7 years 43 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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Bonita:  RicoRico is located not on ground floor, but on upper floors of a new building in Shanghai, so it could be a bit hard to find.  I have been there twice, I found the view is fantastic, for my taste what I have had there was excellent, but some Chinese friends did mention that for their taste, food was expensive (in a way true) and not that good (maybe not used to Spanish (Latin) gastronomic experiences and nothing to spit.

To me, the Carnillada de Cerdo, and the Sofrito stuffed Chicken breast were outstanding dishes, also overheard that the paella, tapas, prown gambas, chorizo, etc were very good from others there.

Both food presentation and service were outstanding in my opinion.  I will return with my eyes closed every time in Shanghai.  It is not cheap, (60 Rmb per cup of wine), but to me well worth the price charged because one it is delicious food, one hell of a view, outstanding presentation and service, what else will I want.  It is a place to go with a special "other" and have an excellent time while enjoying good Latin food abroad.

 

By the way, in Spanish (Castilian) RicoRico means "delicious delicious" , or good tasting food since it refers to a restaurant.  It does have other meanings in Spanish, like "RichRich", etc.

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