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A continental-style breakfast (desayuno) may be taken just after waking up, or before entering the workplace. Due to the large time span between breakfast and lunch, it is not uncommon to halt the working schedule to take a mid-morning snack. Lunch (el almuerzo or simply la comida, literally meaning "the food"), the large midday meal in Spain, contains several courses. In some regions of Spain, the word almuerzo refers to the mid-morning snack, instead of lunch. It usually starts between 2:00 pm or 2:30 pm finishing around 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm, and is usually followed by Sobremesa, which refers to the tabletalk that Spanish people undertake. Menus are organized according to these courses and include five or six choices in each course. At home, Spanish meals wouldn't be too fancy, and would contain soup or a pasta dish, salad, a meat or a fish dish and a dessert such as fruit or cheese. In the last years, the Spanish government is starting to take action to shorten the lunch break, in order to end the working day earlier. Most businesses shut down for two or three hours for lunch, then resume the working day until dinner time in the evening. La cena, meaning both dinner or supper, is taken between 8:30pm and 10pm. It is lighter than lunch, consisting of one course and dessert. Due to the large time span between lunch and dinner, an afternoon snack, la merienda, equivalent to afternoon tea, may take place at about 6pm. Appetizers before lunch or dinner are common in the form of tapas (tiny rations).
How does Spanish Restaurant Gift Card work
Spanish Restaurants Gift Card by Osomgift is an electronic gift certificate, that enables the recipient to receive services or goods from the restaurant, indicated on the gift certificate and ensures the recipient is provided with a discount coupon. Go to FAQ