This review will be particularly bite-size. I liked the tortilla española. I loved the chorizo. What could go wrong? Not much. The combination could be discordant or it could be overkill, I suppose, but neither problem presents itself here. This is very good.
Oh, I told you I'd discuss quantum theory, didn't I? Well, we're already at that point. I'm making my way through the 100 montaditos at 100 Montaditos three at a time (carry the 1), and I'd rather not eat, say, three chorizo-based sandwiches in one sitting. But the way the menu is set up, after the original five montaditos, the numbers start to go in clusters by main ingredient. No. 6 through No. 9 feature the tortilla española, No. 10 through No. 14 feature meatballs, and so on.
Hence the quantum numbers. The first two rows fill in horizontally . . .
. . . but then 7, 8 and 9 need to be separate, and so we need to go vertical ...
. . . with the next numbers filling in where they can, subject to their own limitations . . .
. . . such as the fact that 13 and 14 don't play well with 10, 11 or 12 . . .
. . . and so on.
What this means for you is, well, pretty much nothing, unless you're really into 99 Montaditos blog trivia (and if you are, I'm very concerned). The next review you see will be of sandwich No. 8, but the next sandwich I actually
Montaditos down: 7
Montaditos to go: 93
Next: 08 Tortilla española, manchego cheese and piparra (mild pepper from Spain)