It was then that Ana Mari, Santi’s daughter who loved to cook, appeared on the scene. She had just married Javier, who was also passionate about eating well. Together, in 1973, they decided that the cider from the orchard should be accompanied by food.
There was very little variety, but everything was of high quality. They served everyday products for the palates of that time: Codfish omelettes, asparagus, sea bream, and chops – everything prepared with great care. People from all over came to try their food that could have be from almost anywhere.