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    La Jontoya: Luey

    by elpariente Written Dec 12, 2013

    In the Soplao road, in a village named Luey, is "The Jontoya" which is a family restaurant with very reasonable prices, where we ate very well
    In season, mushrooms is one of their specialities, this time we liked the mushroom meatballs
    During the week days the menu is shorter than in the weekends

    En la carretera que va a el Soplao, está " La Jontoya " que es un restaurante familiar donde hemos comido muy bien y a un precio muy razonable
    En temporada las setas es una de sus especialidades, nos gustaron las albóndigas de setas
    Entre semana el menú es más corto que en los fines de semana

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    La Bolera: Los Tojos

    by elpariente Written Dec 12, 2013

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    If you are visiting the Saja area, its worth to make a deviation to a village called "los Tojos", it is at two kilometres of the main road, up the hill and you must pass 15 bends of more than 90º.
    Here you may have excellent local food : "Alubias"( beams) with deer, "cocido Montañés" ( beans and meat stew, typical dish from Cantabria) and to finish a lamb or a "chuletón"( steak ) of more than 1 kilo
    If you go in a week end is better that you make a reservation

    Si estás visitando el área del Saja, vale la pena hacer un desvío hacia un pueblo llamado "Los Tojos", que está a dos kilómetros de la carretera principal, subiendo un fuerte repecho,y pasando 15 curvas de más de 90 º.
    Aquí se come muy bien , cocina local como : "Alubias" con ciervo, "cocido Montañés" (plato típico de Cantabria) y para terminar un cordero o un "chuletón" de más de 1 kilo
    Si vas en fin de semana es mejor Reservar por teléfono

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    Traditional Cantabrian Pastries

    by DanielF Updated Feb 23, 2007

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    Sobaos and quesadas are typical pastry specialities from Cantabria which have become well known all across Spain. They are original from the Pas Valley but available in every bakery or gourmet shop.

    Sobaos pasiegos are thick buttery biscuits which come wrapped in a piece of paper and are very popular for breakfast or for the merienda, with a glass of milk or hot chocolate.

    Quesadas pasiegas are a kind of cheesepie with cinammon flavor.

    Candy Fruit

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    Restaurante Altamira - Santillana del mar: Restaurante Altamira - Santillana del mar

    by Emke Updated Jun 28, 2004

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    Above the restaurant is a hotel. The house is old fashioned and cosy. The service was a bit rude.

    Favorite Dish: Menu del dia

    Restaurante Altamira - Santillana del mar

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