Restaurante la estacion ezcaray
What to see in ezcaray
LocationThe property is located 5 minutes walk from the center of Ezcaray. Fuente de la Estación Aparthotel is located in the vicinity of Ermita de Santa Bárbara. The hotel is located less than 75 km from Burgos Airport.
RoomsThere is a writing desk, a balcony and a dining area in all rooms. The guest rooms are equipped with a microwave oven, a fridge and kitchenware.Eating and drinkingEl Meson Restaurant and Echaurren Tradition with various dishes are 125 meters away.Internet.
Afterwards, we will take the trail to the Ermita de Santa Barbara to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Ezcaray. There are numerous walks and greenways to be explored. Among the most popular for trekking is the Route of the 7 bridges -14 kilometers- which allows us to climb along the Usaya River and to the ruins of the uninhabited village of Altuzarra.
Other options are the Vía Verde del Oja along the path that used to run along the old railroad to Haro -today it can only be completed as far as Casalarreina- or the Camino de Herradura, through forests to the village of Posadas and passing by jewels such as the village of San Antón. In 7 routes Ezcaray we have all these routes so that you can move around the area without any problems.
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«And, of course, they could not miss, because it would be a cardinal sin, the Croquettes we took from my mother. Soft and creamy bechamel, almost liquid, with Asturian butter, filled with chicken breast sweetened with onion, Serrano ham, hard-boiled egg and a double batter that leaves them extra crispy. More than half a century of history and they continue to attract hundreds of devotees to savor Marisa’s croquettes, who confesses that the real secret «is to make them with care, without haste and as if they were the first ones you have ever made in your life».
Casa masip ezcaray
For the first time Pesadilla en la cocina travels to Murcia and does so to visit a restaurant located in a very particular environment: an old train station run by Javier, a former Army paratrooper whose wife left everything for him. To see what is not working, Alberto Chicote goes to La Estación where he meets Javier. The owner explains to the chef that the train station was closed because when its previous ‘owners’ were there, «they cut the throat of a girl». It was at that time when he decided to open his restaurant due to some cooking knowledge he had after being stationed in Seville as a military man. A profession he had to leave after he «hit his superior twice».
After getting to know the place, Chicote sets out to try the restaurant’s dishes. To do so, he decides to try squid, horses, Murcian salad, chicken and lamb from the menu. However, the calamari is frozen and greasy; the caballitos have a dough around them that looks like bread; the tomato in the Murcian salad «is not even good enough to eat»; and the chicken has soot on it. Something that seems to amuse Javier, the owner, who does not hesitate to joke about the flaws in the food.