The search for churros is over. They’ve got the best ones here. As for Patatas Bravas, I suggest visiting Nick’s Caños Cocina Tapas at Foundry 8 in SCBD where it’s light years ahead.
Here, in Tapas Movida, Manuel, the main chef is one-of-a-kind. This guy can really cook. Like a wizard in the kitchen, I imagine. However, he is a bit of a stiff and seems to be under a lot of pressure lately. During my visit he hurled a condescending remark about the English-speaking ability of one of my dining companions who asked him politely about the food. Trust me there’s nothing wrong with my companion’s English. The dishes were exceptional but this insulting remark left a giant hole in our hearts. We were disappointed by such unprofessional behavior from a chef. I much prefer chefs who can cook as well as showing presentable personalities. One chef comes to mind: Chef Oskar from Plan B Spanish Resto who is very friendly and laid back, backed by a superb cooking expertise as you can tell from his food.