What’s on the menu at Puerta Del Sol, Pusateri’s pop-up tapas bar at Saks Food Hall

What’s on the menu at Puerta Del Sol, Pusateri’s pop-up tapas bar at Saks Food Hall

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The latest collaboration at Saks Food Hall by Pusateri’s (the last one was with Momofuku) brings the flavours of Spain to the hall’s Champagne Bar, with a menu designed by Top Chef Spain alum Richard Alcayde. Puerta del Sol, named after a public square in Madrid, is open from now until spring, serving things like Spanish cider, Iberian cured meats and paella for two. Here, a look at everything on the limited-time menu.

Tabla de Quesos is a board of Spanish cheeses with fruit, toasted Marcona almonds and quince fruit paste ($19):

Ensalada de ventresca is a light salad of tomatoes and premium ventresca (white tuna belly) from the Bay of Biscay ($13):

The croquetas are stuffed with Iberian ham ($9):

The huevos rotos con serrano dish is fries topped with eggs and Serrano ham ($14):

The menestra de verduras is mojama (dried and cured tuna loin) on a bed of Spanish artichokes, baby peas and green beans ($14):

Albondigas are gourmet meatballs cooked in either creamy almond sauce or fried tomato sauce ($9):

Pulpo a la gallega is octopus dressed with olive oil and sprinkled with sweet Spanish paprika. It’s served with potatoes ($16):

Paella for two is available either with meat and vegetables or seafood ($17 per person):

To drink, there’s alcohol-free sangria, Spanish cider, a pink gin made from macerated strawberries and Spanish wines from Somontano and La Mancha: