Sunday Photo – Cochinillo – Casa Botín, Madrid



There really aren’t too many things in this world more delicious than a perfectly roasted suckling pig like this one here at Casa Botín in Madrid. Recognized by Guiness as the oldest restaurant in the world (it opened in 1725), this is a real, working restaurant that isn’t relying on its age alone to attract diners. The food, led by this juicy suckling pig with perfectly crisped skin, happens to be very, very good.

For more photos of casa Botín, please see my Flick’r Photoset.


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