The kitchen is perhaps the most unknown space for restaurant customers and in Scorching Niagara’s Restaurant we want you to get an idea of how we work and some of the things, among other dishes and tapas, What we can offer from this restaurant located in Callosa de Segura (Alicante). From the experience and professionalism adhered to by the Scorching group since we partnered in 2018 with excellent cuts and pieces of grilled meats from their own aging, At Niagara’s we offer a varied menu and dishes full of fabulous recipes with traditional and innovative cuisine..
Brasa restaurant in Callosa Segura
It is Grill restaurant in Callosa de Segura, Alicante, is a benchmark for the people of the Vega Baja del Segura. Since its creation, this restaurant has been distinguished for its excellent service, close and professional, accompanied by a menu full of flavors and typical dishes of the area, without forgetting the magnificent classic tapas of this Alicante area where brilliant tapas abound. Since 1978, This Mediterranean establishment stands out for its expertise in the preparation of fantastic rice dishes and grilled meats of its own breeding. It is even known for its richness and varied gastronomic tapas.
The specialties of the restaurant led by Francisco Javier Amorox Cecilia along with his brothers lie in the most secret recipes of the land of its founders who were their grandparents in 1978 and thus they offer a great variety of tapas and excellent ones that are well known in the area such as trocina de anoja and timbale de piquillos which was awarded as third prize in "Tapas national competition of Alicante". further, Our veal centerboard with pistachio powder also stands out, Niagara’s potatoes with Iberian ham and egg or the delicious veal fingers.
Own parenting chart to dip or share
Piquillo tower with trocina of Anoja
A) Yes, In this restaurant, if it differs in something, it is because of the quality of its tapas, since you can find from a beef tataki with praline and crunchy pistachio or Braised Cheddar vegetables to some baby broad beans with Iberian bacon and egg or nachos with guacamole.
Anoja beef tataki with pistachio praline
How could it be otherwise and being the great attraction of the restaurant, Scorching Niagara's Serves Scorching Self-Raised Meats Grilled in a Closed Oven, so that in the absence of oxygen the pore of the meat closes and its cooked on the grill is faster and being much juicier. Meat grills such as the Suprema grill, which is a tasting of the noble pieces of Iberian meat and veal. further, You can also find a honeydew medallion and a variety of hamburgers so that you can choose the one you like the most that day like the Gourmet hamburger, Iberian Manchega, Abrasador XL or mini burger trio.
Scorching Supreme parrillada
Anoja medallion of veal with honey and perfect touch of curry to grilled.
Rice dishes are also quality dishes from Scorching Niagara’s since this type of food could not be missing in the Alicante area. Rice with rabbit and snails or rice with crust are some of the most popular rice dishes.
I couldn't miss the desserts. Homemade and delicious. This is the common assessment of those who try them since they are elaborations made by us with great care and professionalism.. Three chocolate cake, Calatrava bread or cheese cake are some of the most demanded desserts by those who visit us. Do not stay without enjoying this unforgettable experience.
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The Sierra de Callosa de Segura has always been known in the Valencian Community for its high environmental value, as it is one of the most representative rock formations of the southern semi-arid mountains. Ecological values such as relief, the uniqueness of its vegetation, the existence of threatened fauna species, the landscape aspects and the large amount of infrastructure for public use available, led to its declaration as a Municipal Natural Area.
Panoramic view of the Sierra de Callosa de Segura
further, the place has unbeatable infrastructures for enjoying the environment, that allow from the practice of mountain sports or the environmental interpretation of the space to enjoy a pleasant and relaxing day of rest in its recreational facilities.
The place has a Nature Classroom, located in the facilities of La Cueva Ahumada and whose objective is to make visitors aware of the importance of preserving spaces as unique as this one. Meanwhile, Vegetation is undoubtedly one of the most recognized environmental values of the sierra due to its uniqueness. Factors like soil scarcity, of water, the steep orography and high temperatures have favored, during evolutionary processes, the emergence of plant adaptations and the consequent increase in biodiversity. Here we find endemic species such as the ashen cattail and the rock thistle.
Smoked Cave of the Sierra de Callosa de Segura
As a local flora, it is linked to the great diversity of ecosystems that it houses, among which stand out: The low scrub, stony slopes, rocks, caves, pinar, pastureland, etc, because of that, we can find animals from the simplest, ancient and small such as mollusks and insects to the most evolved and large as reptiles, birds and mammals. In the rocks, Stony and sunny slopes, the presence of reptiles such as red-tailed and Iberian lizards is frequent.
A mountain range with a lot of variety in vegetation
Cat's tail, flora of the Sierra de Callosa de Segura
And how could it be otherwise, This mountain has a great legend that tells that a young shepherd named Venancio herded his herd of goats on the steep slopes of the Sierra Callosina, when one of them, lost, he perched on top of a steep peak that looms over the city and from which he could not get out. Venancio came to help that little goat, with such misfortune that he stumbled his body into the void of that steep slope. In that precise and difficult moment, the young pastor Venancio did not hesitate to entrust himself to San Roque, with so much faith, that the miracle known today was worked in which Venancio reached the ground without suffering any damage, attributing to the invoked Patron Saint the miracle of saving his life. Venancio promised that, during all his life, he would hang a lantern with lights at the top of that peak in memory of his gratitude.
Legend of the lantern of the Sierra de Callosa de Segura
At the end of the visit through this rich mountain range of Callosa del Segura we can stop along the way to regain strength and visit the Scorching Niagara’s Restaurant. This restaurant has top quality grilled meat and has extensive experience since its inception in 1978.
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The Vega Baja del Segura region is located in the Valencian Community and includes the southern extremes of the province of Alicante up to the limit of the Region of Murcia. This region treasures a wide cultural heritage due to the many cities that make it up, being Orihuela its capital and one of the main claim cities in the province. The historical figures who have been born or have developed a long career in the Vega Baja are many, but below we will highlight the most important in each city.
It is an unmistakable pairing in the history of Spain. To speak of Orihuela is to mention Miguel Hernández. Orihuela Natal, the poet came into direct contact with nature and the solitude of the countryside, a fact that will inspire you throughout your life to compose. In the middle of this environment. Miguel wrote many poems thanks to the presence of nature, which was etched both in his poetry - especially in his youth poetry.- as in your letters.
In 1925 at fifteen, he has to drop out of school to take care of the goats again near Orihuela. But, while taking care of them, I read books by Gabriel y Galán, I look, Zorrilla. Sometimes he would write verses in the shade of a tree. In the spring of 1939, before the flight of the republican front, Miguel Hernández began his coming and going through prisons: Sevilla, Madrid. Suddenly, mid-September 1939, He was released.
Dragged by the love of his own, march to Orihuela, where he is imprisoned again in the seminary of San Miguel, turned into prison. Until in his defenseless organism an "acute pulmonary tuberculosis" is declared that extends to both lungs, reaching such alarming proportions that even the attempt to transfer him to the Porta Coeli Penitentiary Sanatorium is impossible. Between pains, bleeding, coughing strokes, Miguel Hernández was slowly wasting away. The 28 March 1942 dies at thirty-one.
Albatera-Valentín García Quinto
Valentín García Quinto was born in Albatera in 1927. His inclination to painting and sculpture comes from childhood. He went to Barcelona in 1942 to study at the School of Arts and Crafts. He completed his training at the Reixach Campanya Workshop and later studied drawing and modeling in Palma de Mallorca and decoration of sculpture and stone carving in Madrid.
His work, fundamentally of religious inspiration, they embellish Holy Week in Albate and that of many towns in our province, Almeria and Murcia. Universal artist and tireless worker has sculptures scattered all over the world: Egypt, New York, Cuba, Peru, Venezuela and Japan. Featured as one of the representatives of current Levantine sculpture, He was named Favorite Son of the Villa de Albatera in 1996.
Almoradí-Tomás Valdés Ibáñez
D. Tomás Valdés Ibáñez, born in Almoradí, entered the Naval Academy on the day 19 October 1941 and was promoted to Alferez de Navío on 15 October 1946 with the number one of your Promotion, for which he was awarded the 1st Class Naval Merit Cross with white distinctive. The day 8 August 1950 promoted to the job of Lieutenant, being stationed on the Méndez Núñez Cruise. Being embarked on the General Staff of the Mediterranean Naval Division, on the Gravina Destroyer and on the Miguel de Cervantes Cruiser. Ranger Cies and Minesweeper Almanzora commanded as Lieutenant of the Ship. The day 1 of January of 1950 promoted to Lieutenant Commander. The day 1 July 1971 promoted to Captain of the Frigate, commanding the Destroyer Almirante Valdés. In february 1979 promoted to Captain. The day 3 March 1982 is promoted to Rear Admiral of the Navy.
Benijófar-Florencio Celdrán Chazarra
He was born in Benijófar (Alicante) the day 7 October 1899, To a child, lost his left arm between the mechanical teeth of a Ferris wheel on the banks of the Segura River. Teacher in his hometown until age twenty-three. His valuable performance in said school earned him so that D. Felipe Rinaldi, then Superior General of the Salesians, dispense with the lack of an arm to enter the novitiate.
He moved to Valencia to the school on Sagunto Street where the night of the 21 July 1936. The school was under siege during the night of 20-21, they were hours of trouble, shock and a fearful wait. With the first light of dawn, there is the assault of a crowd that shouts, blasphemous, loot and destroy. The arrival of the guards was a relief for all Salesians. Cellular cars drove them to the model jail, in Mislata.
Released from that prison by the efforts of the Benijófar Revolutionary Committee. To this end, some components of the Committee and, after laborious negotiations, they managed to get him out of jail and transfer him to Benijófar, where they released him. He spent the war in his town, walking through the orchard with a book under his only arm and, in work breaks, taught the neighbors to read and write. I was returning to Valencia, to the school on Sagunto street in 1939 where he stayed until his death. In the year 1963 underwent cataract surgery and was blind the following year. He defended and acted the trilogy: tell, read and write.
His life was a constant lesson. Parents when enrolling their children insisted that they put them in their class (such was the fame of good). Of a good man and a good teacher that Don Florencio enjoyed. It was the quintessential teacher class, of the good man, of the missing. He was the most beloved teacher in the school with no academic degree. He died in Valencia, Sagunto street school, the day 14 from December to 1972, to the 73 years and 44 of religious life.
Callosa de Segura-Francisco Salinas
Francisco-Martín Salinas y García was born in Callosa del Segura on 17 November 1909 and he died at the Provincial Hospital of Alicante on 30 May 1987. The poetic abilities of Francisco Salinas stood out for the ability to compose from memory in the style of troveros. Francisco did not attend school, because he played truant and spent the day playing and kidding pranks. He took up his father's trade, hairdresser, and in the salon of said hairdresser, poets from the Vega Baja met as an informal gathering, that according to his niece Rosario Salinas, Miguel Hernández also attended with some frequency, Santiago Moreno, Vicente Bautista, Gabriel and Ramón Sijé, Carlos fenoll, Jesus Poveda, Manuel Molina, Vicente Ramos, Carlos Sahagún and the painter Gastón Castelló.
Precisely in this city, Callosa del Segura, Scorching Naigara’s is found, a restaurant specializing in grilled meat, both yearling veal and Iberian field bait pig, all made with coconut charcoal.
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During these weeks we have to stay at home, on the occasion of confinement, we inform you that we can send your meat order directly to home at no additional cost of transport. You know that you have sausage, Iberian Ham, Iberian ham, cheese and Iberian pork and veal Anoja own our farms. You can see all references and catalog directly in the online shop Abrasador.
These weeks as you know most of the restaurants associated with our brand, remain closed until further notice. And from the middle of May, some of them will start to open and prepare à la carte service with our own grilled gourmet home-cooked meats.
Our meat sales, in a 95% they are through the restaurants associated with the brand and therefore, In recent weeks, much of the Central team has not been operational. And now from May, we have reduced the ERTE to some colleagues to join a few hours and therefore we will be at your disposal to serve you meat directly at home by ordering through the Abrasador Online Store from anywhere in Spain.
For any questions or clarification, you can contact us Monday to Friday 9:00 a 18:00 h or at any other time that necesitéis on phones 925245684, 647 221 393 O 699 450 508 or e-mail email@example.com and we send the order to receive in home 24-48 hours.
From Group Abrasador our biggest wish is you are all well and that you can spend the days the best that you can at home and always with a positive attitude. Get through this together and of course will pass an important page in our history, but now we must be strong.
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As its name suggests, according to him
historian José Montesinos, Calloused means "beautiful place", word
from the Greek. This municipality located in the Baix Segura de la
Valencian Community is marked by the profile of the sierra, declared place
natural. Its extensive historical heritage. scattered throughout the city, make
which is one of the most outstanding municipality of Vega Baja. House Belenista,
which houses a museum with a rich collection of births and figures of the Bethlehem
It is one of the most popular civilian buildings.
Another of the most historic civil buildings and of interest is the Real Pósito. This monument is a repository of cereal municipal character, whose primary function was to make loans cereal in reasonable conditions neighbors needed. The new granary built in 1790 and it is located at the entrance to the town, along the road leading to the neighboring town of Orihuela.
the Granary, It was constructed with
avituallar purpose of the population. Furthermore was an institution whose object
It was storing tools and farm implements and grains
supply the neighbors, especially in times of shortage, both the
planting and for the own consumption of the population. The sense of this was
and free them from falling into the hands of usury and speculation
hoarders. Thus they could alleviate crop failures and crises
subsistence. On the other hand also it gave the option to sell the surplus
the callosinos farmers reap what in turn led to the development of a
weekly market. Despite its mere functionality as a grain store, presents
notable architectural and artistic values.
Besides these two buildings
Historic civilians, Callosa de Segura treasures and other tourist attractions
great story given its tradition as is the Cañamo. The municipality boasts a
Hemp Museum because it wants to keep the memory alive for the cultivation of the
Hemp has largely been lost by the introduction of the fibers
synthetic. Treatment of hemp is traditional Callosa
of the Segura from the Middle Ages.
On the other hand, Old Town
from the city, located at the foot of the Sierra de Callosa, It maintains its structure
the medieval and modern times. Within it is the most
buildings of historical and cultural interest: Archpriest Church of St. Martin.
Archpriest Church San Martin Obispo, It is undoubtedly the greatest building
historical and architectural value of our city as evidenced by the fact
It is having been declared National Artistic Historical Monument by Royal Decree
2865/1980 of 14 of November.
The present temple is the second of
the buildings on the same site have risen in honor of his
headline. The origins of the Church of St. Martin back to the 11 of November
from 1265, when King James I the Conqueror temple dedicated to the mosque
Christian, and the match on the entry of Christian troops with
Feast of St. Martin, the name of the saint made the first temple
Callosa de Segura. Then came a Gothic temple, whose existence lasted from 1281
a 1494, it would be of a single ship. Gothic church that disappeared, it started
to build the current factory work, qualified as a work capital of the
Spanish revival. the name of the architect who designed the plans is ignored,
Although the main work was completed in the year 1553 by the master Alonso de
Arteaga, as testified by a plaque on the original facade. long
time spent on the construction of our temple has allowed
in it are represented various artistic styles: Gothic,
Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical. This church is like traveling back in time.
But it off, calloused
Safe treasures some notable gastronomic specialties and why
It is as varied as are its landscapes and products. It is typically
Mediterranean, with old recipes and nutritional habits that have
remained unchanged for centuries; where recipes blend the kitchen
Traditional and modern. Definitely, delicious dishes found in
each of the bars and restaurants of the town, as restaurant
scorching Niagaras that holds all kinds of specialties of the municipality
as the "rice crust", "Bacalao meneao", "Porridge with arrope", or
"Almojábanas callosinas". Furthermore, this restaurant specializes in meat
embers own upbringing as Anoja beef and Iberian pork bait
field. It features dishes like grilled supreme, Beefsteak or
Iberian secret grilled.
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