Restaurante el puerto de la poblacion

Restaurante el puerto de la poblacion

villages and traditions el puerto de la poblacion

The surroundings of the swamp are as beautiful as ever, with the snowstorm in the background and a dark color with the classic shades that brings the whiteness of the snow, all the wildlife taking shelter and looking for food on the shore, by the way still quite empty of water.

Inside the place a warmth maintained, among other things thanks to the huge ember where they cook most of their specialties, a not very oppressive heat by the way, because in these cold places it is usual that inside the houses the temperature is quite high in relation to the outside.

On the table the first impression, bread from Joaquín Ruiz de Orzales, as it could not be otherwise, the most international bread of Cantabria and one of the best I know, simple, round and tender crumb, slightly yellowish.

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The origins of the hamburger are uncertain, since not much is known about it, however it is known that it was first elaborated in the period between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.[1][2] The modern hamburger was born from the culinary needs of a society that, due to its recent industrialization, has a faster pace of life but needs a food that can be prepared quickly and that provides the necessary ingredients in a single food.

The hamburger has now completed more than a century of existence in the human diet and it can be said that its relatively short history has had more literature than other similar and contemporary foods such as the American hot dog, the German currywurst or the Italian pizza.

The oldest known reference to this preparation dates back to the Roman Empire, and is documented in the book De re coquinaria (On Cooking Matters). In this work, Marcus Gavius Apicius, a Roman patrician and gastronome who lived during the reign of Emperor Tiberius, describes the preparation of isicia omentata, which is basically what is known today as hamburger.[12] In this book, Marcus Gavius Apicius, a Roman patrician and gastronome who lived during the reign of Emperor Tiberius, describes the preparation of isicia omentata, which is basically what we know today as hamburger.

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This project will recover this natural area of the Linense coast, degraded by the existence of an old abandoned building, with an area of about 730 square meters and that, given its proximity to the promenade, is becoming an area of accumulation of garbage that give a very bad image to the environment.

The works consist of the demolition of the restaurant, the removal of the waste generated and the existing anthropic waste and the conditioning of the area to its natural state.    This will be done by limiting the passage with a security fence and by arranging the points of collection and loading of debris to reduce interference in the environment.

This action joins those that the Coastal Demarcation of Andalusia Atlantic is carrying out since the beginning of October and whose budget has reached 410,297 euros, involving major improvements in the coastline and numerous beaches in the province of Cadiz located in Zahara de los Atunes, Vejer, Rota, Cadiz, Conil, Barbate, Tarifa and El Puerto de Santa Maria.

universal vaccination against covid-19 begins in sonora.

Now comes a crucial moment in our trajectory and to continue walking in the right direction we must first rest, think and dedicate some time to our well-being and that of our entire team.

So this is not a goodbye, it is a see you later, we want to come back and give 100% in all aspects that define us, quality, experience, service, taste … because in Pantalán G we believe in excellence and we work to always offer you the best.

We want to thank all of you who have chosen us, recommended us, valued us, shared us on social networks, all those who have ordered from us, those who have opted for our new dishes, those who have decided to celebrate with us your most important moments: you are our reason for being,

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