Here's what it's like to eat at the oldest restaurant in the world
First opened as an inn, the landmark eatery was founded in 1725 by French cook Jean Botín and his wife. It is the world's oldest restaurant, as officially recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. Today, Botín is famed for its rustic Castilian cuisine, including succulent roast meats fired in an oven that's close to 300 years old.Keep scrolling to see what it's like to feast on whole suckling pig and delicious Spanish wine at the world's oldest restaurant. Advertisement
Brittany Fowler contributed reporting to an earlier version of this article.
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