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Top Choice Tapas in Cádiz

Casa Manteca

The hub of the Barrio de la Viña's Carnaval fun, with every inch of its walls covered in flamenco, bullfighting and Carnaval paraphernalia, always-busy Casa Manteca is full of old tapas faves. Ask the chatty waiters…
Cafe in Cádiz

Café Royalty

Originally opened in 1912 on the centenary of the 1812 constitution, the Royalty was once a discussion corner for the intellectuals of the day, including beloved gaditano composer Manuel de Falla. The cafe closed in…
Tapas in Cádiz

La Marmita Centro

Courtesy of Cádiz' popular La Marmita Group, this sleekly minimalist old-city spot thrills diners with its wonderfully imaginative, exquisitely presented Andalucian-international tapas. Border-crossing dishes put th…
Tapas in Cádiz

El Faro de Cádiz

Ask any gaditano for their favourite Cádiz tapas bar and there’s a high chance they’ll choose El Faro. Seafood, particularly the tortillitas de camarones (shrimp fritters), is why people come here, though the rabo d…
Tapas in Cádiz

Taberna La Sorpresa

Wood barrels of Pedro Ximénez, manzanilla and oloroso stack up behind the bar at this buzzy, down-to-earth 1956 tavern, thoughtfully revamped keeping Cádiz' old-school vibe alive. Tapas focus on almadraba tuna, but …
Andalucian in Cádiz

Ultramar&nos

Busy with travellers and gaditanos alike, this expertly reimagined former grocer's shop (ultramarinos) oozes stripped-back contemporary styling with its recycled materials and long blue-tiled bar. Putting a twist on…
Tapas in Cádiz

La Esquina de Sopranis

One of those bubbly, contemporary tapas places you'll never want to leave, Sopranis blends casual and sophisticated to perfection. The food is equally enticing. Local, seasonal ingredients are thrown together in bea…
Tapas in Cádiz

La Candela

Like an arty cafe meets colourful tapas bar, La Candela surprises with its floral-stamped windows, rustic-industrial decor and brilliantly original Andalucian-Asian tapas and mains. From the busy little open kitchen…
Tapas in Cádiz

Rincón Gastronómico

Cádiz' neoclassical market is the setting for this ultra-buzzy gastromarket, where globe-roaming stalls get packed with lunching gaditanos. Sample gloriously simple specialities like patatas aliñadas, mountain chees…
Basque in Cádiz

Atxuri

One of Cádiz’ most long-standing restaurants, Atxuri fuses Basque and Andalucian influences into a refined range of flavours. As you’d expect from a place with Basque roots, bacalao (cod; perhaps scrambled, in a her…