On the second level of El Mercado de San Anton is Puturrú de Foie, a stall specializing in duck and geese products. It features cuisine from the Navarre region of northern Spain, a cuisine which focuses on using only natural ingredients in its food preparation. The Navarre region is also known for its rosé and white wines.
I tried the duck burger with quail egg. (I am a sucker for anything with an egg on it and I wonder why eggs don’t top all dishes.) The slider was moist and tender and it took only a few quick bites to finish off the gastronomic delight.
Puturrú de Foie is one of the many offerings at the San Anton market. The second level is its food court although I hesitate to call it a food court: Food Kingdom might be a more befitting title for El Mercado de San Anton.