Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

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  • 1. El Gallo Azul

    4 out of 5 stars

    Situated on the first floor of a curious building, its quasi luxurious... All dishes we tasted where fery fine and tasty, fresh seafoods and fishes (Bacalao and turbot) well prepared. Good wines,not...

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  • 2. Bar Juanito

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Disappointing - the most expensive tapas (4.80E - I think, still looking for the receipt) while in Jerez and nothing memorable. My hotel mentioned that "...most of the food is precooked, which is fine...

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  • 3. Taberna La Alameda

    4 out of 5 stars

    We returned to Taberna La Alameda in May 2006, intending to have a light lunch. The waiter knew his stuff though, and persuaded us to try their Paella de Mariscos at 7.50 euros each - and very good...

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  • 4. Restaurant Gaitan

    3 out of 5 stars

    On the recommendation of other VT members and our receptionist at our hotel we headed for Gaitan. It is handily located near the Tryp, however the long street is very narrow and fast traffic makes...

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  • 5. Mesa Redonda

    I arrived 5 minutes before my reservation (9 pm) to find a dark restaurant  - sure enough 2 minutes later someone arrived, invited me inside, offered me a aperitif and then headed to the kitchen. I'm...

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  • 6. Casetas at the Feria

    Rows of bars or CASETAS line the parade areas. Basically these "bars" serve traditional Spanish dishes and are needed to feed the throngs of people that come to this Feria. As it was a very hot day,...

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  • 7. Chicguagua

    I like Mexican food and as I live in Spain I normally take the opportunity to eat something different when I eat out. If you find the Spanish food too salty, too bland or just not to your tastes,...

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  • 8. El Reino de Leon

    While the place is a bit rough around the edges the tapas were quite good - the sweetbreads (2.25E) with a sprinkling of salt were especially good. Other tapas tried: the jamon (2.60E), the octopus...

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  • 9. La Abaceria

    "...you can sit outside at lunchtime in a pretty square and eat boquerones con pimiento (anchovies with pepper), delicious pates and tostados and sip a decent fino. In the evening it is a lively...

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  • 10. El Almacen

    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...

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  • 11. Cafe Bar Tutinaja

    When it's time to take in a bit of nourishment, what I like to do is just walk around and see where the local crowd goes and join in. It’s hard to go wrong with a bit of Sherry and some Tapas. In this...

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  • 12. La Cruz Blanca

    Like the Meson de Asador, this place is always packed, though it is well worth trying as the tapas are delightful. There is also a Cruz Blanca in Cadiz capital, so I was surprised when I spotted...

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  • 13. Meson de Asador

    The is a Meson de Asador in El puerto de Santa Maria and Sevilla as well and all of them are extremely popular so you may need to try and book a table or get there early. So why are they so popular?...

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  • 14. Las Bridas

    This is a small restaurant located by Parque González Hontoria. Family restaurant, their food is superb, and even though the owner is kind of grumpy, the restaurant is always full. You need...

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  • 15. El Patio and La Carbona

    Note: this applies to El Patio NOT La Carbona There is nothing to describe. We passed by on 26.01.15 and it looks to be closed. No menus outside, no nothing. So, if you want to visit, it would be a...

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  • 16. La Plazuela: Handy

    We went to Luz shopping by lunch time, and decided to choose this restaurant. The esplanade was too hot for the men, the interior too cold for the ladies, so......

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  • 17. La Cepa de Oro: Very friendly

    This is a local restaurant with an extensive menu. The menu del dia has a choice of about 8 items for each course. Very good value at €9. The people are very...

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  • 18. Sabores: Phone before you go!

    Just to say that as of December 2014, we have passed this hotel/restaurant many times and there has never been any sign of life. In fact, it looks abandoned. It...

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  • 19. La Carboña: Lovely atmosphere!

    We went here for Christmas lunch, having booked a couple of weeks in advance, by email exchange. Emails were answered promptly and fully. I had read that it is...

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  • 20. Las pequiñitas: A step from the station

    A tiny tapas bar just outside the Jerez train station. A vast choice of tapas - you more or less say what you want in the combination you want.This is a good...

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  • 21. Las Cuadras: Mixed feelings

    This is a bar/cafe on Plaza de la Asuncion. People are very pleasant but be warned, they are very disorganised. We ordered our food from a menu - you have to...

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  • 22. Typical local dishes: Whats on the menu in Jerez

    On a typical Jerez menu you will find :Fresh fish dishes, oysters, squid, sea snails, shrimps and cockles. Andalucian specialties including gazpacho (cold...

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  • 23. La Parra Vieja: Best for lunch

    There are plenty of touristy bars for an inexpensive tapas in Jerez, but La Parra Vieja offered a 3 course lunch for 6.95 euros, which we couldn't resist...

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  • 24. Pasteleria Obrador, Plaza del Arenal: Economical and friendly

    I had lunch two or three times at the Pasteleria Obrador, in Plaza del Arenal. (walking from the Nuevo Hotel, go down Calle Caballeros, past El Corte Ingles,...

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  • 25. La Alternativa: Surprise!

    Vegetarian restaurant are usually difficult to find outside of the big cities. One can always eat well of course with salads, potatoes and so on but finding a...

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