Granted, Miguel de Cervantes was a genius. Although “Don Quixote” is not the easiest read, especially in the original Spanish, it is brilliant. However, when I talk about genius today, I’m talking about the genius of Meson de Cervantes, the restaurant in Málaga.
After four months, we finally managed to get back to Meson De Cervantes for another meal (click here for last time). Long-time friends Steve and Hector are in Málaga for one of their regular visits and we had the pleasure of their company. I’ll take it from the rear with the photos and begin with our departure.
(Click the images to make your mouth water… well, except perhaps for the photos of me.)
|OUT FRONT WITH STEVE.
(SAN GERALDO IS STANDING UP ONE STEP… AS HE IS IN LIFE.)
|DESSERT: THE BEST PANNA COTTA I’VE EVER HAD.|
|MY CROQUETAS CASERAS.
|SAN GERALDO’S GAMBAS REBOZADAS CON MIEL DE CAÑA.
(BATTERED PRAWNS WITH TREACLE.)
|MY FILETE DE DORADA ENVUELTO EN BERENJENAS,
PURÉ DE ZANAHORIAS CONFITADAS Y CREMA DE ENEBRO.
(SEA BREAM WRAPPED IN AUBERGINE, CARROT PUREE, AND JUNIPER SAUCE.)
|SAN GERALDO’S SALMON A LA MANTEQUILLA DE HIERBAS,
CON ARROZ NEGRO Y PURÉ DE GARBANZOS.
(SALMON WITH HERB BUTTER, BLACK RICE, AND CHICKPEA PUREE.)
(IT WAS ONE OF THE SPECIALS.)
|THE BOMB* (AND PHOTO-BOMBED)!!!|
*”The Bomb” is ’90s slang for something that’s “just totally awesome, dude.”