Jesus then said to Peter, his disciple: "Go to sea, cast the hook, and catch the first fish that appears. You will find a coin in its mouth when you open it. In a nutshell that's how they paid the Capernaum temple tax. Although it wasn't there the fish was said to be flat and bony with a large dorsal tail. The Gospel of Saint Matthew doesn't give any details about what happened to him. However, it does say that the apostle grabbed him and left two black marks on each side. Zeus Faber was called Saint Peter's fish since then. However, today he is the one who takes the coin.
They should not be surprised to learn that this fish was used by Jesus Christ in Salobrena. The Salobrena chefs use the incredible flavor of the meat and cook it with great care. It is prepared a la Vizcaina in the Verdejo restaurant. This stew can be used as a dip bread. However, you have the option to eat it fried with your hands and clean the bones. Although I knew that the bug was very rich, it wasn't so obvious to me that it was rich and meridian.
Main ingredients Pez de San Pedro, flour, olive oil, padron peppers, lemon.
Plate price EUR23.10
Address Urbanization Mare Nostrum Playa, C. P.o Maritimo, 9, 18680 Salobrena, Granada
Card 40/45 EUR pax
Tips Restaurant, beachfront; excellent service on the elegant terrasse; closed Sunday afternoons and Mondays; the price on the menu is not VAT