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Old 05-11-2008, 20:51
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Default Boquerones

Boquerones.

Variously described and translated as anchovies, small sardines, whitebait or small fried fish.

Generally about four inches long and come either as Boquerones Frito , ie deep fried in a light batter or Boquerones en vinaigre, marinated in olive oil and lemon sometimes with a touch of garlic.

The trick with the fried ones is that you eat the lot, heads and tails!

So, one day last week, pondering the Menu in Neptune, decided I’d have the Frito ones in a half portion, with some accompanying bread.

Hmnnnnn plumpest ones I’d ever had, squeeze of lemon, yummy!

Mrs P choose a ham and cheese toastie, some white wine to quaff us both.

Next day we were in La Cantina at the Marina and choose a half portion again of the Frito.

Not just so many and a little bit different but so soooo tasty, Mrs had a little Bocadillo again.

Which place had the better ones? Neptune shaded it.

Any one else a fan of these?

Have tried the vinaigre version but on the mainland. Again very nice.

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Does anyone know if Neptuno is open over the winter months?
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When we've been out in January they have been one of the few places still open - so I should think so.
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Excellent - thanks Zelda.
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Hi Portofan - had the deepfried ones many a time at Can Picotao..delicious..
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Porto you know how to look after a lady
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We had 'boquerones' in Los Faroles. The lovely waiter there spotted that we were making rather slow progress with some very HOT pimientos del padron and taking pity on us dished us up a complimentary plate of freshly cooked boquerones. The chef had even gone to the trouble of cleaning them and taking their heads off before coating in batter and deep frying. They were simply delicious!
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I used to eat them in Pozo many many moons ago after day on the beach what better to start the evening wash down with a beer
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We buy boquerones en vinaigre in Caprabo..well Eroski now They come vacuum packed and make a delicious lunch with a tomato salad, bread and a cool beer. Also discovered, a few months ago, that Tesco´s and Costco sell them back in the UK !! YUm

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Hubby loves them anyway they come, i have even seen him and a spanish friend eat them raw. YUK!!
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