I went this Spanish restaurant for tapas the other day and lo and behold, they had a dish on the menu that consisted not only of sausage but also bread. Needless to say, I ordered it!
This dish is actually a Colombian style chorizo sausage and the bread is - I'm guessing - an arepa, a South American, corn-based flatbread.
The sausage was plainer in colour than a Spanish chorizo, and did not have that lovely oily, paprika taste. It was very dry and densely packed. The bread/pancake thing was quite disappointing. It actually had no discernable flavour whatsoever despite numerous attempts to eke some out of it. I genuinely could not taste anything when I ate it. This might have been due to the other tapas dishes being heavily flavoured but I doubt it. I think it is just an intentionally plain accompaniment. Strictly for the curious, I think.