Friday, July 09, 2004


Some Spanish Food

Below is a picture of some of the food we ate in Spain. It was the most amazing trip. Clockwise from the left: Bombon de Foie from the restaurant Az-Zait in Seville (amazing place, cannot recommend it highly enough.), typical Spanish salad: Iceberg lettuce, olives, eggs, white asparagus, tomatoes and tuna, with local olive oil on the side; also from Az-Zait: Salteado de Vieiras y Esparragos Verdes con Salsa Cafe de Paris (Crab and Scallops with Asparagus and a coffee sauce.) and from my brothers wedding: Ensalada de langostinos Sobre Timbal de Frutos Tropicales y Salmon (Shrimp and Salmon on top of Mango-Kiwi salad.


Just wondering, I am planning a trip to Seville and wants to check out a place called Az-Zait. I heard some praise from this website and I was interested to know how much you paid for your food? roughly :)


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