In a restaurant, high-quality food should be fresh, safe and tasty. The restaurant staff and management should follow a first-in, first-out food rotation procedure and should always wash their hands before and after they handle any food products.
An excellent sparkling wine can easily be likened to a party in your mouth and is often the libation of choice to mark some of life's greatest celebrations. Who doesn't remember a glass of classic champagne, the most popular sparkling wine, at a wedding or other special occasion?
Originally created in Spain, tapas are a great way to enjoy great food and good friends in restaurants where you can focus on your company rather than on cooking. Tapas refers to a wide variety of appetizers and finger foods. These snacks are served together in combination, providing diners with a wide variety of food and an opportunity to focus on the people around them rather than becoming distracted by a large meal.
Gazpacho is a soup made with pureed vegetables that is almost always served chilled. It usually has a tomato base.
The soup originated in the Andalusian region of Spain. No one knows where the word gazpacho originates from, but there has been speculation that it has Arab, Greek, or Hebrew roots. One expert says it was derived from a word that means “pieces” in Latin, and this may be supported by the fact that Roman soldiers used to carry bits of dried bread along with olive oil and vinegar to make the earliest form of gazpacho.