I've never really tried churros from Spain, but Dulcinea (a restaurant in the Philippines) serves a really scrumptious one! I'm not so sure how authentic their churros are, but I really love snacking on them.
Churros are popularly served as breakfast/snack around Spain and other Latin countries. It's a fried pastry that is best eaten when freshly fried. Thick and rich hot chocolate compliments the crunch of the churros best. Sometimes churros are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, which I don't particularly like.
I made some mini churros recently, and it was to die for! Churros would normally have ridges on the sides, but mine didn't. I mean, I did pipe my churros with a star tip... but when I deep-fried them, the ridges just disappeared.
Even so, the churros were still satisfying. And of course, my churros won't have been complete without a dunk in the pot of luscious choco.