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Admit it. There’s nothing quite like eating out in Andalusia. Haute cuisine, traditional cooking, tapas, ventas, cafes, teterias, beach bars or even dining out on a budget. Only the most delicious restaurants make it into this restaurant guide for Andalusia.


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An old grocery store turned stronghold for the golden era of the Costa del Sol. This restaurant in Marbella combines the bohemian side of the city with cooking......
Lakshmi I. Aguirre  |  Malaga  | 2 Comments

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Want to know where to go to eat beetroot salmorejo, spinach balls or even a vegetable pie in Seville? What about getting your hands on organic tomatoes, shitake......
Elsa Cabria  |  restaurants  | 4 Comments

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Argentinian and Iberian meat served up in the historic centre of Tarifa. Alongside great fish, curious wines and delicious desserts, Ángel Cacciabue is......
T. de la Rosa  |  restaurants  | 5 Comments

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A traditional menu in a location that will transport you to another era in the heart of Granada. ...
T. de la Rosa  |  restaurants  | 1 Comment

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eatGastrobar Miss Noruega - Malaga (Tertulia Andaluza)
Traditional tapas, oriental food with a twist, wine tastings and a fabulous wine selection combine with art. Located on calle Echegaray Miss Noruega defines itself as a gastrobar and is an ideal...

eatRestaurante Edetanus - Almeria (Laura López)
A restaurant specializing in rice, Restaurant Edetanus in Almeria prepares Mediterranean food and rice and blends it with creative cooking. Make sure to try their meat, fish, sea food, vegetables and...

eatRestaurante Crepería Santa Fe - Tarifa (Cadiz) (Laura Gris)
When chef Benoit Mangeon arrived in Tarifa, it wasn’t a baguette he was hiding under his arm. Intent on making authentic Breton crêpes, he came with 25 kilos of flour and two griddles. What...

eatRestaurante Almocadén - Alcaudete (Jaen) (Tertulia Andaluza)
Restaurant Alcaudete in the province of Jaen seems to have decided to attain the same recognition as the local celebrations for the Fiestas Calatravas. Run by the Rueda family, this restaurant adds a...

eatPati Tó - Seville (Tertulia Andaluza)
Is it a bar? Is it a delicatessen? Foie gras, cheese, duck confit, chocolate, wine, cold cuts, honey, jam, desserts… French gastronomy and deli products are the stars of the show at Pati Tó in...

eatRestaurant Bar Eslava - Seville (Lakshmi I. Aguirre)
A classic haunt in the San Lorenzo district of Seville, where host Sixto Tovar welcomes you to try traditional tapas with a modern twist. Getting a table might be difficult but forgetting a meal in...

eatBonnoir (Zoe Martín)
You are up against your biggest challenge to date. You are sorely tempted. If you step inside you’ll never come out. As soon as your tastebuds have been sent into a cocoa frenzy, it is impossible to...

eatTerra Sana @ iLounge Restaurant (Laura Gris)
A light menu and gourmet ice cream served in the in place to be in the centre of Marbella.

eatRestaurant La Prainha (Cecilia Bogaard)
Do you ever have a craving for a perfect Caipirinha, Caipiroska or Mojito? Then this is the place to be. Located in the port of Marbella, Restaurant La Prainha serves up delicious homemade pizza at a...

eatBodegas Campos Restaurant (Irene Ríos)
In the heart of the neighbourhood known as la Axerquía in Cordoba, in a building that dates back to 1706, you’ll find one of the most characteristic restaurants in the city. When eating in...



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