Tuesday, 12 April 2016
I breakfast at El Goloso at eight o'clock most days.
Everything is fresh, including the rustic baguettes, rolls, bocadillos, croissants, pastries, tartlets and cakes.
I sit and observe, so this morning I'd had the tostadas con tomate, with olive oil.
The tomatoes are obviously pulped in a processor, to the consistency of a sauce.
One is given a small bowl of this pulped tomato, a teaspoon, a sachet of olive oil, salt, and two slices of fresh crusty bread.
I had a large glass of freshly-squeezed orange juice.
All this for the princely sum of €4.25.