All across Spain, jamón is king. Whether you are in the Basque Country, Catalunya, Madrid, Andalucia, or the Canary Islands, everyone in this part of the world loves Spanish cured ham.
“Pintxos are all about having fun with your food, sharing good times with friends,
enjoying a drink or two and celebrating the delicious side of life!”
-Jon Warren, Founder San Sebastian Food
Due to popular demand, San Sebastian Food’s “The Basque Pintxo Cookbook” is now available as an eBook for immediate download on amazon.com
Everyone who walks into San Sebastian Food is amazed by the decorative feature greeting them in the studio. It was owner Jon Warren’s vision to have something authentic, adventurous and whimsical on the floor. How about an antique, wooden, fishing boat? And no boat better represents San Sebastián more than a brightly painted txipironera!
San Sebastián is easy to reach and we whipped up this post to help guide your arrival so that it’s effortless, comfortable and stylish, just like our lovely city! Usually a destination with so much charm, originality and stunning natural wonder takes extra effort to access, but that is not the case with San Sebastián!
Where to go first? It can be a make or break decision for any traveller who has just arrived in a new destination, as it will set the pace for the rest of your visit. Make sure you land in San Sebastián Style with a premium holiday experience that’s authentic, relaxed and delicious. Come straight to the studio at San Sebastián Food!
We are delighted to announce that the New York Times has featured our latest product, the Pintxo (tapas) Kit in today’s New York Times dining section.
Here is the feature written by Florence Fabircant:
By Olwen Mears. Basque cuisine is no longer Spain’s best-kept secret. But as waves of tourists are drawn from far and wide by San Sebastian’s michelin-starred restaurants (three in total) they are in danger of overlooking some of the city’s best food, though it is right under their noses.
Last night, our studio in San Sebastian’s old town was officially launched with a special event attended by over 80 professionals in the gastronomy and tourism sector. From government officials to hotel owners and the tourism office, the event was great fun and of course featured excellent local food and wine from the region.