Salt and Pepper for 5 Euros

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22 Responses

  1. Mridula says:

    I hate it when they charge for water or that they have a cover charge!

  2. Food looks delicious. Experience novel. 2 Euros for salt is a bit high. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Ah 5 Euros for salt and pepper! How much for a bottle of water?

  4. Hehe… a perfect salt and pepper…but oops..5 Euros… 🙁

  5. Food without or little salt! Did you find it difficult to eat?

  6. lol… did you finish the 5euro salt and chilli 😉 ?

  7. Delicious food !!

  8. Ouch, you'll remember that meal for a while! That restaurant does NOT seem very ethical. Spanish 'bread baskets' are notorious for arriving unordered, but the salt & pepper dish was stretching it too far. :-/ Oh well, I'm sure this put you on your guard for the rest of the visit! 🙂

  9. Lovely pics. 🙂

  10. D.Nambiar says:

    Quite a learning experience for you —
    and us. 🙂
    Thank you, Indrani. It was really interesting to know that you could chose not to take what was offered to you, outside of your order.

  11. OMG…salt and pepper for 5 Euros…eh Indians are going to definitely feel the pinch of salt a little hard in Spain 😉 I wonder how much for Kanda(onions)?!

  12. Rachna says:

    Hahaha That made me crack up. Expensive indeed!

  13. Sylvia K says:

    Ah, the food looks delicious, but I had to chuckle at the "salt and pepper"!!! Fun, colorful post for the day, Indrani!! Hope you have a great week!

  14. Ha ha ha! some time it happens. I don't know about the taste but potatoes & chilies are looking awesome 😉

  15. Something got lost in translation there. I love the food in Spain, but it's not cheap.

    That's a cool story.

  16. ladyfi says:

    What a delicious array of food.

  17. All Dishes look good.. except the "Salt and Pepper" ! What an hilarious experience !

  18. Afraid, no matter how good the food, the view or the atmosphere, the first time I was charged for salt and pepper would be the last time I ate at that restaurant. Great post!!

  19. Gail Dixon says:

    Looks absolutely amazing!

  20. Joyful says:

    Oh, sometimes travel gives us some harsh lessons. I had a similar experience in Mexico years ago. Not with food but with mariachi singers while having lunch/dinner. I thought it was free, lol.

  21. Lol,that's a high class salt and pepper 🙂 wonder how much the chili sauce will be.

  22. Lesson of the day- Carry your own desh-ka-namak when in Granada 😀
    Nice post!

    Antarik Anwesan
    antarik.blogspot.com