- n. Plural form of gamba.
“Red snapper with clams and shrimp in green sauce pargo con almejas y gambas en salsa verde is fabulous.”
“The food was fabulous - gambas al ajillo (shrimp + garlic) was particularly awesome, as was the octopus and chorizo (sausage).”
“In the morning, you might walk down to one of Guéthary's three beaches: la Plage du Centre to mess around in the rockpools and eat chipirones (tiny squid) or gambas a la plancha (grilled shrimp) at Kostaldea, a little place right on the beach.”
“For good reason – they serve a reliably good range of tapas including pescadito frito (whitebait) gambas rebozadas (prawns in a light batter), mussels, sausages and the whole kaboodle.”
“As we lurched around the hamlet sniffing out a bar to help us recover from our freezing 48km descent from the Gredos, the former chef was preparing us a feast of jamón ibérico, homemade bread and gambas (prawns) with local mushrooms.”
“As we lurched around the hamlet sniffing out a bar to help us recover from our freezing 48km descent from the Gredos, the former chef was whipping up a sample menu of local delicacies, including jamón ibérico, homemade bread and gambas (prawns) with local mushrooms.”
“At left, the gambas al ajillo, a dish of sizzlling shrimp, garlic and guindilla peppers.”
“STANLEY-I must say a bowl of soup mit lokshen would do me the world of good today as I have to admit that sinfully I partook of a dish of gambas pil pil last night full of knoble AND THE BELLY IS NISHT GUT!!!”
“- La Casa del Abuelo, Madrid (www. lacasadelabuelo.es/) is a crammed in, smoke-filled, noisy, stand-up only, spit and sawdust bar just off Plaza Santa Ana in the heart of Madrid which serves just two dishes – gambas al ajillo (prawns in garlic), and gambas a la plancha (grilled prawns), served hot, sizzling and spicy from a grill in the bar itself.”
“Ms. CRUZ and Mr. RIBOT: (Together) We have gambas.”
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