HanoiLocated on Duong Dinh Nghe street, Casa Espana is the destination for diners to enjoy the unique Iberico salted pork thighs from the land of bulls.
Casa Espana is one of the restaurants that impress diners in Hanoi thanks to its classical architecture and traditional Spanish dishes. The restaurant scores with diners thanks to the use of ingredients imported directly from Spain. Through skillful handling and processing from professional chefs, the restaurant has created countless dishes that have both the characteristics of the country of the bulls and the taste of Vietnamese people.
Among the typical Spanish dishes at this restaurant are Iberico salted pork thighs. The restaurant’s representative shared, this is a dish with the thighs of Ibercio black pigs, raised naturally on Dehesas agro-forestry farms in Extremadura, with the main food consisting of acorn chestnuts. (in Spanish, Bellota), falls under the forest floor during the Montanera season, from October to February each year.
“Before slaughtering, pigs here are fattened with acorns, acorns, and meat cut up and processed and it takes at least 12 months to produce expensive Iberico salted pork with a sweet, fragrant, firm taste, Each strand of fat is soft and melts. Meat has a high oleic acid content, a lot of protein, vitamins, minerals, omega 9 … providing nutrients for the body”, the restaurant representative added.
Casa Espana has the main space is dark tones, used from warm wood grains; is a place to organize events, share and exchange impressive culinary culture. With typical dishes, Casa Espana will contribute to promoting Spanish culture, cuisine and tourism closer to many diners in Vietnam.
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