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    Coming over for 3 wks and will need to do the shopping - where's a good butcher (beef) that's easy to get to/find?

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    Having driven up and down the N332 a thousand times I don't know how I missed this one.

    Second roundabout out of Torre towards Cartagena, right next to Lidl, facing the road.

    Good butcher....suggested we have a pavo for Christmas, but we settled on a traditional turkey instead.

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    Hi I'm new here. I'll try to raise the tone!
    Which was the first roundabout? there are a few! please be more specific

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    I think he means the round-a-bout for Playa Flamenca Comercial Centre where they are building the new 'superstore' with a Russian name !!

    Did they have any Capons in there ??!!

    Mike

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    It's on the Almeda Del Mar roundabout and if you go in in a morning they have an English butcher on. The meat is very good. Don't know about capon but if you ask I am sure they will be able to find one for you.
    Cath

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    CHOP SHOP ,QUESADA, THROUGH THE ARCHES ON THE LEFT AND BEHIND CASI CASI /QSD OFFICES, ALL YOU CAN WANT FROM AN ENGLISH BUTCHER AND MORE. TURKEYS, HAMS, AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS.

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    We get the best beef ever from the butcher in Lidl by Carrefour. Nice & Tender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyvanput
    Having driven up and down the N332 a thousand times I don't know how I missed this one.

    Second roundabout out of Torre towards Cartagena, right next to Lidl, facing the road.

    Good butcher....suggested we have a pavo for Christmas, but we settled on a traditional turkey instead.
    Going to show my ignorance now - or lack of sense of humour - but what's the difference between pavo and traditional turkey please. Unless you're on a wind-up? I have always thought that pavo was simply Spanish for turkey.

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