Restaurante El Faro de Cádiz
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Local de mantel blanco, con barra, especializado en productos del mar y decorado con vidrieras y azulejos. Uno de los restaurantes más emblemáticos de la provincia. Local tablecloth white, with bar, specializing in seafood and decorated with stained glass and tiles. One of the most emblematic…
Great Gaditan cuisine in an excellent restaurant that has been for years Cadiz best and most prestigious restaurant.
Definitely one of the best Cádiz' restaurants with typical Andalusian food. It is a bit more expensive but excellent quality. If you eat tapas standing on the bar the price is much cheaper.
“Chacinas, tapas y vinos en un local de 1953 decorado con azulejos, viejas botellas, fotos y carteles taurinos. Chacinas, tapas and wines in a place of 1953 decorated with tiles, old bottles, photos and bullfighting posters.”
“If you've had enough fish in Cádiz, this is the place to come for some really good meat with hams and sausages hanging all over the place. Tapas bar at the front, restaurant at the back (if you're lucky you'll be served by a fearsome bull of a man that looks like he takes his food as seriously as he does regularly (excellent recommendations, mind you!). Try the tapa or bigger ración of carrillada Iberica picante (slightly spicy slow-cooked Iberian pig cheek stew) and a montadito de paleta y presa iberica (juicy pork steak topped with Iberican jamón in a bread roll), or if you want something more substantial try the excellent entrecote de presa Iberica (juicy shoulder steak) or the local beef (Carne Retinto). Good selection of well priced wine, too. ”
“Lively Market, where you can do your groceries and have a beer or try many different "tapas".”
“La Caleta es una playa situada en el centro histórico de la ciudad de Cádiz. Fue puerto natural en el que fondearon barcos de fenicios, cartagineses y romanos. La Caleta is a beach located in the historic center of the city of Cádiz. It was a natural harbor where Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman ships anchored.”