Spanish food is popular all over the world and the cuisine in Cadiz ensures your holiday is packed with delicious and exciting meals.
Seafood makes up a large part of the cuisine in Cadiz. To really get a feel for how important the fish are make sure to head down to 'Plaza Mercado' and see the fish market. If you are planning to cook yourself it would be a good idea to purchase some fish because it can prove much cheaper than back home. Most restaurants, particularly in 'La Vina', serve fantastic seafood dishes which are fresh and outstanding. In 'Plaza Los Flores' you can chow down on fried fish or 'Pescaito frito'. The fried fish attracts many locals who love to sink a beer during consumption.
Also in 'Plaza Los Flores' are the famed 'Churros'. These are simple fried dough snacks and are easily compared to doughnuts. Again head to 'La Marina' cafe to try arguably the best 'Churros' in town. These are normally a morning dish among locals.
Another popular snack amongst people in Cadiz are the 'bocadillos'. These are filled baguettes similar to sandwiches. They are not so exotic but on almost each street corner you will find shops selling these sought after bites. The choice of fillings is very impressive and you can easily create you own personal sandwich for less than 3 Euros.
Of course like most Andulucian cities, cuisine in Cadiz is based on 'Tapas' which are small dishes. They are usually accompanied with a beer and bread. This is the most typical way to eat out in Cadiz.
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