August 04, 2015

Donosti Pintxos y Tapas

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  • The emergence of tapas bars have been rapid and successful during the last few years, in which, Donosti has forged a reputation as a must-eat tapas place. If you find yourself in Bonifacio Global City, then this is definitely a must-try.

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    Tapas are basically snacks or finger food that originated in Spain. It comes in different forms and varies from town to town in Spain. Meanwhile, pintxos are also snacks but its difference with tapas is that it is customarily spiked with a toothpick or served in small spoons. Both are considered an important socializing component in the Basque Country and Navarre.

    Sopa de Pescado y Marisco, (Php 650)

    Montadito con Gulas y Huevo de Codorniz, (Php 180)

    Gambas con Jerez, (Php 990)

    Enjoy their pintxos served in generous quantity like their Montadito de Chorizo Iberico (P150), composed of Iberian chorizo slices over bread.

    Jamon Iberico_reJamon Iberico, (Php 1,550)

    They also have Spanish cold cuts served with toasted bread, fresh tomato & olive oil emulsion like Jamon Iberico (P1495), an Iberian acorn-fed black pork aged ham.

    Also read: Friends & Family in BGC: Home-Cooked Filipino Food with A Twis

    Dining at Donosti is surely a time well-spent with friends, family and lovers, while munching on tapas and pintxos to your heart’s content.


    Last updated: December 13, 2018.

                 
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