There are a couple restaurants nowadays that encourage you to re-live that good ol' days by serving you hearty meals and lets you catch up with loved ones; one of them is Sobremesa. Sobremesa is a Spanish term which refers to "the time after lunch or dinner spent talking to the people you shared the meal with". An event that we rarely get to enjoy these days because we've been all caught up of this new-age world's fast paced lifestyle. But for us countries who have the Castilian or Portuguese influence, food is an excuse to spend time together, that’s why sobremesa is as important as the actual meal.
So, vamos a comer (my well-loved and most used phrase from the little knowledge that I learned from my semester of Spanish class back in college haha!) and check out what we've tried at Sobremesa:
Cuban Pork Chop - comes with garlic mashed potato and caramelized onions. It was very tasty and the meat was tender. And pork chop fat is one of my favorite things in the world, especially if they're grilled. Not healthy, but oh well.
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