When we went there, Wamba’s had just opened so they were ironing out the kinks but they had already attracted a nice crowd.
We sat down and viewed the menu and placed our orders. ; We relaxed and enjoyed the ambiance. ;The restaurant was well lit and everything had that brand new look.
Our orders soon arrived. ;We started with the Crab cake Nicoise salad. ;The salad had the titular crab cake and it was sprinkled with Parmesan Cheese and Olives.
The next appetizer arrived which is a Chorizo Sampler consisting of Morcillas, Butifaras and Chorizo de Lily. ;The owner says that the recipe was an old family recipe that she inherited and introduced into her restaurant.
We then tried their potato croquettes. ;These were a bit underdone as they were pale but it was still a bit ok to eat. ;They could have been fried a little bit longer and a bit of salt and pepper added.
We had their orange and mustard glazed spareribs ;with a siding of corn that was seasoned with vinegar. ;The vinegar corn mix wasn’t very good so we left the corn ;alone (no one is gonna miss a teaspoon of corn.) ;and ate the spare ribs.
For dessert we had the tart apple cobbler. ;It went very well with the vanilla ice cream and it was also sprinkled with cinnamon.
We also tried the Merengue con Natilla. ;It was made of cream and also sprinkled with cinnamon.
Wambas is a nice restaurant that really adds to the night time scene in Bacolod. Do pay them a visit. Here’s the Menu