28 jun. 2012 Noticia
The gastronomic initiative continues until 8th July, with 14 restaurants in the village and on the beach participating
Residents and visitors to the Levante region of Almería can enjoy Andalucían gastronomy thanks to the succulent “Eat Mojácar initiative, in which 14 restaurants in Mojácar village and along the beach are taking part, and which continues until 8th July.
With an offer representing the different Andalucían provinces, each one of the participating restaurants is offering a menu inspired in the best traditional dishes of the region, at prices to suit all budgets. Each menu is made up of three or five dishes, with prices ranging from 15 to 30 euros.
Among the gastronomic treats on offer are dishes as traditional as lamb in garlic from the Níjar area, “gurullos” with rabbit, Almerían “gañotes and honey cake from the Bédar mountains. The initiative is aimed at pleasing all tastes, and as well as traditions from this province, the other Andalucían provinces also have a strong presence. There is for example the typically Málagan mountain “pringá” on toast, made from stew leftovers. There’s Cordoban cod, Arabian-Andalucían veal with aubergine sauce and green rice, and a tart typical made from eggs, sugar and liqueur.
For more information about the dishes included in the menus and the participating restaurants, there is a Facebook page for the event called “Cómete Mojácar’”. There is also a digital guide.
The initiative, backed up by previous experience, provides the public with the opportunity to discover the region’s most typical cuisine, and the rich variety in Andalucían gastronomic traditions all in one place: Mojácar. And as the restaurants themselves say, “it is the return of our most typical and traditional flavours.”