I have one each year.
This was the 27th occasion of my 39th birthday and as this seemed to be the cause of extra celebration, SWMBO decide that we should go to a restaurant to have a celebratory meal. She even decided on the restaurant at which we should dine, her current favourite, the Restaurante El Rebate, near Pilar de la Horadada, some thirty kilometres from where we live.
El Rebate was the name of a small abandoned village that the Van Iseghem family completely restored, eventually creating the restaurant itself, as well as a wedding chapel and a shop selling a wide variety of wines, other groceries, handicrafts and all sorts of other things, whilst avoiding the more tacky tourist fare.
The restaurant occupies a large building that was once several small houses. In addition to the large dining room it has a huge terrace.
As usual, we enjoyed our meal at El Rebate and will no doubt be returning soon.
|El Rebate seen from the parking area|
|Steps up to El Rebate from the parking area|
|Restaurant area of El Rebate|
|Main restaurant building|
|Terrace, which would soon be full|
|SWMBO contemplates the cold tapas|
|SWMBO admiring the desserts|
|A Belgian biscuit, a Spanish restaurant, a Welsh man|