On the main street through the center of old Cambados, Spain, you’ll find Esquina de Miega, a local joint where I enjoyed a nice lunch.
This is a friendly place that serves the local menu of the day. Take a seat with the locals.
Started with a nice octopus and ensalada rusa, as part of the menu al dia, both of which you see in the next photo:
Moved on to the main course of roast pork with fries. Simple and tasty as you see here:
These plates would not have been complete without a nice bottle of albariño to enhance the experience. Here’s the one I enjoyed:
It was a great lunch served by friendly and cheerful people. It was interesting to hear “bachata” style music playing there. I usually associate that type of music with the Caribbean, but it seems it has spread in popularity. At any rate, more from Spain coming tomorrow!