Take suckling lamb and a glass of wine in the oldest restaurant in the world.
Restaurant Sobrino de Botín is the oldest restaurant continuously operating in the world, inside you can even see a sign that says that Botín is into the Guinness World Records book.
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The restaurant has four floors, but if you want to feel the atmosphere of the 18th century (at this time a restaurant was opened), then you should go down to the basement. It is very popular among visitors, so the place is better to book in advance on site of restaurant.
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The restaurant has the oven, which was built with the restaurant, it is believed that it has been three hundred years to maintain an optimal temperature to get the world's best crust on baked pig.
The restaurant's signature dish - roasted lamb or suckling pig, here they are prepared according to old recipes.
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The oldest restaurant in the world, where worked as a waiter Goya, and at one table wrote books Ernest Hemingway.13
Calle Cuchilleros, 17Open hours:
from 1:00 pm to 11:59 pmOfficial website: http://www.botin.es
€14 for salads, €25 for roasted lamb and suckling pig, €11 for garnish and €6 for desserts.
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