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    Bar Cafeteria Francisco: Conil de la Frontera

    by Carmela71 Updated Jan 7, 2004

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    I had with SirRichard and Suzanne a great lunch at Chiringuito La Fontanilla, in the Fontanilla beach. Also the following day Zuzu and me we went to a restaurant called Torre Atalaya, in the Urbanisation Atalaya, next to this beach. Absolutely amazing!

    Favorite Dish: Al lado del chiringuito la fontanilla. Un gran meeting con SirRichard aka Joaquin y Zuzu. El día siguiente Zuzu y yo fuimos a otro restaurante de la zona llamado Atalaya muy bueno, unos pedazos de raciones de escándalo en ambos jejeje

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    The typical food

    by Carmela71 Updated Jan 7, 2004

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    The typical food is the fried fish, there are little places where you can buy the fried fish and just eat it, walking around the old town, check at the Plaza de las flores!

    Favorite Dish: Lo mas típico de Cádiz es el 'pescaito frito' que se puede comprar en algunos puestos y llevarte el cuarto de chipirones en una cartulina, mi preferida estaba en la plaza de las flores (pero ya hace tiempo ...)

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    Punta de San Felipe

    by SirRichard Written Jan 7, 2004

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    This little bar is one of my favourites, though is a bit "off the beaten path". Is located at the furthest extreme of the harbout left pier, at the end of the Pery Junquera avenue.

    There is really nothing around here, but is a good place to stare at the sea, see the bay and the city's skyline. You can only get here by car or walking (about 20 minutes from the harbour).

    I like to sit here with a beer and some fried fish "tapa" and watch the waves, and feel the wind.

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    Meson Cumbres Mayores: We loved this restaurant..went two nights in a row

    by La_Viajera Written Oct 27, 2003

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    The decoration in this restaurant was typical Spain. The service was good and the food was excellent!!!

    Favorite Dish: Tomatoe salad...the tomatoes were huge and fresh.

    breaded veal

    scrambled eggs with chorizo!!!!!

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    Fried fish (pescaito frito)

    by SirRichard Updated Oct 15, 2003

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    one of the most typical foods of Cadiz is the fried fish (pescaito frito). You can ask for it in some bars and restaurant, but you can also 'take away' a bag full of this typical food and eat it at the beach or wherever.

    Best place to buy it: Freiduría Las Flores (Plaza de las Flores, in the old town, near Torre Tavira) (c/Brasil, in the modern part of the town, by the Victoria beach)

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    Merodio Bar

    by SirRichard Updated Oct 15, 2003

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    At this little bar you can enjoy typical Cadiz's food at very convenient prices. Try the seafood, caballa (like big sardines), tortillitas de camarones (shrimp's tortillas) and Huevas (fish's eggs). They have a terrace at the back side.

    Favorite Dish: Is the perfect place to be in Carnival, as this area is the center of all the activity those days. BUT, it will be totally full, so you'll have to wait a lot!

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    El Chato Restaurant

    by SirRichard Updated Oct 14, 2003

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    This old restaurant, the olodest in Cadiz (1780!!!) and one of the oldest in Spain, keeps being one of the best around.

    Decorated in andalusian style, you can just have some "tapas" with sherry wine at the bar if you don't have budget for more, but go and visit it, it'a an historic monument, and the beach behind is nice too...

    Try 'Salmorejo', a kind of tomato soup, and 'Dorada a la Sal', typical fish.

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    El Aljibe

    by SirRichard Updated Oct 14, 2003

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    An ALJIBE is an underground cistern that most of the old houses in Cadiz have to store rain water.
    This little 2 storey restaurant is located in the old town, near the Railway Station, behind the brick building of the "Congress hall".
    It is nicely decorated in white and brick, in old spanish style.
    They have afix menu for 28 euros. In the menu are typical andalusian dishes, some of them prepared with the Sherry wines of Jerez, and some dishes of moorish origins.

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    Achuri Basque Restaurant

    by SirRichard Written Jul 21, 2003

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    This little restaurant is an old classic in Cadiz. Not very appealing from the exterior, it offers a delicious selection of dishes, specially from the basque country (north of Spain) though it offers some local dishes too.

    Favorite Dish: Bacalao a la vizcaina, bacalao al pil pil.

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    El Sardinero: Good seafood

    by acemj Updated Jul 9, 2003

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    Based on the location in Plaza San Juan de Dios, it's very possible that this place is a tourist magnet, but I had a very good meal. It is located right in front of the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) and has a bar downstairs as well as tables upstairs and a nice outdoor patio for warm and sunny days.

    Favorite Dish: I had a fish soup that was nothing to write home about (a little bland), but then I ordered a whole fish served very simply in good olive oil and it was delicious. I also had a good Rioja red wine (just say "Rioja" or "vino tinto").

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    Not easy to name a favorite,...

    by bonio Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Not easy to name a favorite, there are many bars and restraunts around the city catering for all tastes. It's also 'tapas heaven' we love to go from bar to bar and snack in each one. Bar Sevilla on Plaza de San Juan de Dios (many others on this square too) is a tiny locals bar, speak no English, but is really welcoming and friendly - great chorizo and cheeses........

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    La Taperia de Lula: Nice little snacks at the market

    by lotharscheer Written Mar 11, 2014

    I had a small plate of Paella with crabs, € 2,50 and a glas of wine, € 1,50 from the stall next door. There also are several other stalls selling different foods.

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    Campus Cafe: Campus Cafe

    by alectrevor Written Oct 31, 2012

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    Paella Valenciana is Chicken,Rice ,Green beans ,Carobbeans , and sweet peppers and cost 12 euros at Campus Cafe/Bar.

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    El Balandro: El Balandro

    by Redang Written Sep 16, 2007

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    One of the best restaurants in Cádiz.

    Favorite Dish: It's not cheap, but it's not expensive according to the quality.

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    Restaurante El Anteojo

    by kinma Written Sep 17, 2002

    My father used to take us often to a classical Cadiz restaurant, that now is gone: El Anteojo.
    I remember the long meals at the terraces in sunday afternoons

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