Eating

Jerez gastronomy combines Moorish heritage and maritime influences with international touches. Sherry, of course, flavours many traditional dishes such as riñones al jerez (sherry-braised kidneys) and rabo de toro (oxtail), and there's also a notable turn towards creative contemporary cuisine in many of the city's top restaurants. Some of Jerez' most authentic and affordable eating spots are its tabancos.