Hot new Spanish restaurant BOMBA now open at Martin No. 38

Named after the Bomba rice used to make its paella, 70-seater restaurant BOMBA has taken over Graze at Martin No. 38 and threw open its doors just over two weeks ago.There’s a handful of paella to choose from such as langoustine, squid & prawn (from $40 for a small paella pan) and arroz negro, with squid, dry sherry, squid ink and black mushrooms cooked in fish stock (from $35 for a small paella pan), cooked up by chef Jean-Philippe Patruno who’s had stints at estalishments like Barrafina Spanish Tapas Restaurant and Bar in London.Also on the menu are tapas items including piquillo peppers stuffed with salt cod brandade ($14) and ibérico ham croquettas ($12), as well as charcoal-grilled dishes like chili- and honey-roasted quail with golden sultana quinoa ($22) and secreto ibérico with romesco sauce ($28).If you’re in need of some libation, there’s a wine list (from $12/glass) dominated by Spanish offerings, as well as cocktails including white pear sangria ($15), Bomba punch (our pick; $12) and blood orange colada ($15) to choose from.