Hola,My brother and his wife are visiting us for 3 weeks in September and both are vegetarian, can anyone recommend any good restaurants in Velez-Malaga or Torre del Mar area that would be well worth them visiting? Thank you.
No, but in Spain in the past, the Catholic tradition prohibited the eating of meat on Fridays and Lent. So if someone comes along and says "I don't eat meat" they think they are referring the foods that were banned on those days - chicken, beef, pork etc. And I know jamón comes from pigs, but they seem to have made an exception for some reason!Thank you but not being in any way a vegetarian myself I have never really given much thought to any religious connotations regarding the subject. In fact the few vegetarians I know are not what you would call religious in any way.
No you can't. You used to be able to but, now, not many Lidls sell them. Heinz (at a price) is available in Mercadona.You can easily get tins of baked beans at Lidl
Mercadona also sell their own baked beans which we think are better than Heinz as they are not so sweet.No you can't. You used to be able to but, now, not many Lidls sell them. Heinz (at a price) is available in Mercadona.
The thread is poorly titled - the OP's question was not about vegetarian food but vegetarian eateries which makes a big difference.
We stock up on C&B's baked beans when in Iceland - we took a trip down that way this year 'cos SWMBO wanted to go to the US Consulate. Greatest disappointment was Crispy Cod was closed so no f&c but went and had lunch at an Italian place (gnocchi with cheese sauce was absolutely delish)Mercadona also sell their own baked beans which we think are better than Heinz as they are not so sweet.