Everything in Spain is at the Table

This is Betanzos, one of the best preserved old quarters in Galicia.image-101image-90image-91image-89Meson Pote is known as one of the best places in the whole of SPAIN to have Spanish potato tortilla, a sort of Spanish omelette with thin potato slices. What makes Meson Pote’s tortilla stand out, is its juiciness. We also ate fried squid, a green peppers side dish and a tomato salad. For dessert, Jose’s friend, a renowned Spanish chef (whose restaurant I will be visiting) and her son, shared a cheesecake. I was given a teaspoonful to try and it was DELICIOUS.image-98image-97image-94

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Food is always served with bread here. Good bread. In this restaurant, its plate cleaning abilities are utilised best.image-96
Are you salivating, yet?
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Typical Spain: tapas.
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Jose pointed out these boats to me. They’re interesting because they have a large dinner table in the middle of them. “Look, most of the ship is a table,” he says laughing. Then, “everything in spain is at the table.”image-99
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This little cutie is Jose’s friend’s daughter and, my new favorite! That face!
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Here she is singing some international song with the word “konnichiwa”in it (Japan is with me). Too cute!

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