Appetites El Camoatí Restaurant

- To boost the appetite - 

In the seventeenth century there was no such word in Spanish with the modern meaning, an appetizer was "a thing that opens and cleans the ways", a term used by doctors and pharmacists.

It is quite possible that the word "appetite" (from the Latin aperitivus - open the appetite) influenced this new and modern denomination; In most European languages, appetite is defined as the drink that is taken before the meal, generally of slight alcoholic strength: wine, beer, and vermouth.


Spritz aperol

4,00 €

Shaken red Martini

4,00 €

Americano (Campari soda vermouth)

5,00 €

Pastis Ricard

3,00 €

Kir vin blanc (Casis white wine)

3,50 €

Kir Royal (cava Cassis)

4,50 €

Picine (cava hielo twist lima)

5,00 €

Cava cup

4,50 €

Mojito / Caipiriña / Margarita

7,00 €

Apple Martini

7,00 €

Fernandito (fernet - coca)

7,00 €