Saturday, November 27, 2010


Casa Zabala is in a house in the Cimadevilla which is the oldest part of Gijon. It was nice and quiet. The crowd is mostly older couples that seem to be regulars. I like that you can see into the kitchen and watch the chef at work. The walls were very nice: old stones covered in some areas by wood panelling with carvings.
We started with croquettas with ham.
Besugo: a bream from the Cantabrian Sea
After dinner I tried local drinks similar to grappa: one made from honey and one from cranberries.

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