Price may be a little steep at $14 for two tiny croquettes, but you’re really paying for the quality here.

These little delights were so crispy, and not oily at all despite being served to the table freshly deep-fried. The filling itself was smooth and almost like cream (rather than mashed potatoes) and had chunks of Iberico ham. Flavour-wise, what came through was the sweetness of the creamy filling and a smokey savouriness from the ham.

They were also served on top of a little dollop of sauce that tasted like truffle mayonnaise, although the croquettes are delicious enough on their own without a need for any kind of condiment.