Cádiz

Restaurants in Cádiz

In the Barrio del Pópulo, the neighborhood favorite serves home-style tapas, including savory meatballs or toasts topped with anchovy or salmon and Roquefort, for about $1.50 a plate.

A luxe salon is decorated with Andalusian tile while the stand-up tapas bar carries a more casual nautical theme. Try the zesty gazpacho-like salmorejo with shrimp or a heartier entrée of venison in a blue cheese sauce. Book in advance or be prepared to stand in the bar.

This family-run classic is known for using seasonal delicacies—autumnal wild mushrooms, salt cod during Lent, local tuna in high summer—and preparing them in as many as a dozen variations to highlight the star ingredients.

The menu features everything from simple scrambled eggs with salt cod to a decadent foie gras with Armagnac.

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Take a high-speed catamaran or the slower vaporcito across the bay to lively Puerto de Santa María for peel-and-eat shellfish and pescado frito. El Romerijo has cockles, tiger prawns, and other specialties such as tangy fried shark marinated in vinegar.