El Almacen, Jerez de la Frontera

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    El Almacen: contemporary tapas...

    by marktynernyc Written Mar 31, 2005

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    My hotel mentioned that they have "tapas of the more unusual kind, like grilled artichokes with Pedro Ximenez dressing, aubergines in honey and tuna fish mousse.  You can't reserve a table..."  When I arrived on Sunday this place was open - being jetlagged I didn't connect this place with my list and every day afterward found it closed for lunch and didn't open till 9 pm.  Walking home from Gaitan they were opened - so I was able to try their grilled artichoke heart's with pedro jemeniz sauce (4.00E) with a glass of amontillado (1.50E). The slight vinegary/sour taste of the grilled artichoke was a nice counter point to the rich Pedro.

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