One of the places that I like best in Malaga is Bodega Bar El Pimpi and not just because of its location on Granada Street in the old town, close to the Picasso Museum. It's a cozy and welcoming place, with Andalusian style décor,
Can Paixano (more commonly known as the Xampanyeria) is an authentic Barcelona institution that's full to bursting with locals, tourists, and students any time of day. The secret? An unbeatable combo of grilled pork and rose
Bear Cave is a tiny place, but I assure you that you will never have better tapas in your life. There is a table filled with delicious pates and cheeses, but the real specialty is Steak sandwiches with pepper sauce and almond. It is
One of the most authentic place in Malaga. In the center there's this restaurant from 1840 that serves a variety of amazing wines from Malaga! Up to 20 different types. I recommend trying the Pedro Ximenez but the most famous is the
A unique and authentic locale, one of the few remaining in Valencia, it’s in the heart of Cabanyal, a step away from the seashore. It remains the same, hopefully for many more years, this winery that on Saturday mornings has hoards of
My friends took me to a bar for a mid-morning snack telling me it was one of the classic places of Pamplona, and they weren't wrong. A part of the decoration of the small local wood and many details, what stands for Bar Gaucho are
It was called the Butcher's Square until it was installed in 1894 and Fernando florist step to be Plaza de las Flores. A good thing to do here is to take a snack and gaze at the wide variety of flowers, I recommend visiting in spring,
On Monday May 16, 2011, 4 people left shocked , to go get a plate of snacks to bring to the group, but the people were so rude and loud and yelled "DO NOT TOUCH THE DISHES EH "two times, there was no sign indicating this
This summer I was in Hondarribia, a beautiful town with a great gastronomic culture, where they really take care of the quality, presentation and making of the pintxos.
The Gran Sol is a tapas and pintxos bar with several awards
El Corrillo is a small bar on calle Melendez in Salamanca. It's in the old quarter of town, and is always full of students and youth. They open early, at 8.30 am, to serve coffee and breakfast, and generally remain open until 2
It has the best croquettes in Leon! Whenever we go for tapas in in the Humid de León neighbourhood, we always go to the Bar Rebote. For me, it's one of the best bars in Leon, and maybe it's because I'm so fond of croquettes and there
Bar Robles Laredo is in a privileged place in the centre of Seville, in the Plaza de San Francisco, No. 1 on calle Sierpes and overlooking the Giralda.
Previously, it was the legendary Bar Laredo, but it was converted into the
El Tubois the emblematic zone in Zaragoza to have tapas, it consists of a complex of narrow streets between Alfonso I and Don Jaime I streets. You need a few days to try all the specialities.
But I recommend "La Cueva en Aragón", in
This bar is a true classic when it comes to tapas in Granada; it is located in a student neighbourhood and one of tradition: the neighbourhood of the doctors and of the bullring.
I recommend going when you are pretty hungry because
The city of Jaén has several areas to go out for beers, tapas and pub-crawling. The streets around the cathedral, the San Ildefonso and around the Granary Square, are lit at sunset and give way to the people who will be enjoying some
This beautiful medieval looking building, which is a bar, was built in the 1960s. They used the remains of the Aguerre Palace during its construction. It was in New Street until it was destroyed in 1958 to make the Hotel Maisonnave.
The cafe is a contemporary Bocateria Thelma, Hamburgers. It has ground floor and 1st floor furnished in a comfortable environment with tables and chairs in white and clear. The back of the chairs are clear and have plasma TVs,
Taller de Tapas is for me one of my most fetish restaurants for dinner when I go to Barcelona. There you can eat traditional tapas in creative ways. In addition, the menu is extensive and diverse. Come on, there's something for
Casa Amadeo, more commonly known as "that snails place in the Rastro", is a La Latina classic. They specialize first of all in snails, served sizzling in a pungent broth of chorizo grease, ham, and God-knows what other deliciousness.
We read good reviews and were not disappointed. The staff were charming, while waiting for the rice with lobster, they served an some exquisite food. Well cooked rice, lobster, we didn't leave anything. We shared dessert and a shot.
We came upon this eatery on the recommendation of an acquaintance, since I love discovering new places. We had been told that the owner, Dani Garcia, was a terrific chef and very well known in the south of Spain and that the Moraga
This area has become very fashionable lately. It's an ideal place to have a glass of wine before dinner or before going out for the night. There are some really affordable places to have a bite to eat and a glass of wine for only 2
We tested several types of pinchos (which are bigger than a tapa) and they were delicious! Prices vary, they cost € 2 or so, but they are generous portions! We had four each and when we left we were stuffed!
The bar is modern, so
The Spanish Square in Merida is in the old city next to the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the city council. You'll almost inevitably end up there after spending a day visiting the many tourist attractions in Merida. It's also a good
Before entering the Plaza Espana and through the town gate, if you look to the right you will find one of the best tapas bars in Conil. In the corner of Madonna and Prieta. No menu, no table service, food is requested in the bar and
This place is the best for delicious and cheap tapas. They have more than 100 varieties of tapas including salads, sandwiches, stuffed baked potatoes, paninis and main meals too. And it's located right on the seafront. The only