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The traditional “tapeo” in Pamplona is a form of culture to enjoy in a good company while you taste the “pinchos” (“pintxos” in the local language; “tapas” as they are well known worldwide) that different bars are used to offer. These tapas have been prepared with special care by the different chefs in each establishment.read more
People is getting nervous…San Fermin is already here!! There are more and more people in the streets of Pamplona. Some people come from different places around the world, but there are also people from the city who need to go out and see how Pamplona starts smelling like Sanfermines. In the next lines we will tell you what the most typical dishes and drinks are in those festival days. You should try it all!read more
¡La Semana del Pincho de Navarra ya está aquí! 🥳 Desde enjoty hemos querido facilitar el acceso a toda la información de los pinchos y hemos añadido todos los pinchos con su localización en un mapa. En el siguiente enlace podréis filtrar por ingrediente, pinchos sin gluten o pinchos vegetarianos/veganos:read more
Actualización: Hemos actualizado el mapa de restaurantes y bares de Pamplona / Navarra para poder filtrar por tipo de cocina, recogida en local, envío a domicilio y disponibilidad a través de apps como Glovo, JustEat, UberEats o Deliveroo. Podéis ver el nuevo mapa en este enlace.
In a few days one of the best festivals in the world will begin: San Fermin (or Sanfermines). This amazing Spanish festival is celebrated in Pamplona (Navarre). The people living in Pamplona are already getting nervous. They are probably busy preparing the typical white trousers, the red handkerchief and organizing different gastronomic events with their friends. Some people coming from abroad don’t worry too much about preparations. They will just add a red handkerchief to their normal outfit and they will eat a sandwich somewhere. However, there is still a good number of people looking for good restaurants to enjoy the festival in a gastronomic way too.
Brazilian gastronomy provides a wealth of diversity of food, but there is something that comes to our minds when we think about Brazil and its food: the meat. Especially in some areas of the country, barbecues are really common and people use to make one at least weekly.read more
If we join tradition and gastronomy, one of the things we can think of are, without any doubt, the cider houses. Thinking about these places and the cod omelet or cutlet we will taste makes our mouth water. Although there are cider houses in different places, in this article we will focus on the Basque ones. We can say that the birthplace of the cider in the Basque Country is located in Astigarraga, just 5 km from San Sebastian.read more