This Saturday, King Felipe VI visited, by surprise, his daughter, Princess Leonor, who is studying at the General Military Academy of Zaragoza.
The Monarch has been eating at the well-known restaurant in Zaragoza Low Pit, located in the central Plaza del Pilar in the Aragonese capital, specializing in local products. He has been the chef of the Zaragoza restaurant, Ruben Martin Mestrewho has made it public through his social networks.
The chef wrote on his Instagram account: “Today the King of Spain tried our borage”, a vegetable native to the gardens of Zaragoza and the Ribera del Ebro, accompanying the text with a photo of the restaurant team posing with Felipe SAW.
As explained to Heraldo.es Rubén Martín, “we had a reservation for a group of 30 people with a menu closed at 2:30 p.m. We didn’t know anything and half an hour earlier two escorts came to tell us that the King was coming and then the dogs came in.”
It was an informal meeting, with friends from the Navy and some wives, among whom Queen Letizia was not present.