This is Betanzos, one of the best preserved old quarters in Galicia.Meson 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.
Food is always served with bread here. Good bread. In this restaurant, its plate cleaning abilities are utilised best.
Are you salivating, yet?
Typical Spain: tapas.
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.”
This little cutie is Jose’s friend’s daughter and, my new favorite! That face!
Here she is singing some international song with the word “konnichiwa”in it (Japan is with me). Too cute!