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The Guide

The gastronomic tourist's complete guide to some of the top places to eat in Spain, as well as key travel destinations for the keen Spanish foodie.

Gijón: Top Food and Drink Spots
Gijón isn’t a big city, but its proximity to the coast and to Asturias’s capital, Oviedo, mean it’s definitely worth a visit. Some of the best locations for eating, drinking and general merriment are a little bit dotted around though, so we’ve put in the legwork to give you our top recommendations.
Eating Out in Spain for the First Time
I have been undertaking my very own survey. I wanted to discover what first time visitors to Spain made of Spanish food in the year 2013.
Having a Sweet Tooth in Spain
When in the country, look around you. Any town or city centre is sure to have more than one shop selling cakes, buns and sweets. 
Eat Spanish Food Before You Fly. Or After!
Do people still eat in flight food? I have no idea. I haven't done so for years. 
What Majorcan cuisine has to offer
We all know by now that Spain has a lot of interesting foods to offer.
Location Guide - Dining Out in Denia
Visiting a very popular tourist destination can come as a bit of a culture shock for someone living in the heart of rural Andalucia. 
Restaurant Review - Gaitan, Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is a classy city. The people here actually look down their noses at those from neighbouring Seville. And that takes some doing!
Eating Spanish Food Down by the Port
If you are a fan of fish and seafood there really is little point driving miles and miles to find the finest Spanish food.
Location Guide - Nerja, Costa del Sol
So what do you eat when you find yourself taking a holiday in Spain in a place where you can eat food from all over the world?
Summer is Coming. Dine Out Under the Stars.
 I think that one of the real joys of living in Spain is seeing so many people enjoying great Spanish food, dining outside cafes and restaurants, late into the night.
Long Distance Liquid Lunch in Valencia
Visitors to Spain wanting to dine out on great Spanish food often ask me how they can have a long, liquid, alcohol fuelled lunch if they don't want to drive.
Restaurant review - El Chambao de Joaquin, La Herradura
Go there at the height of summer holiday season and you will spend much of your time lost in admiration for how the staff cope with such vast numbers of diners.
Bodega El Socorro, Ronda
Sometimes, when eating out in Spain, there is a danger that you can remember a bar or restaurant with rose tinted spectacles.
In Search of the Perfect Croqueta
Never more is that the case than when you are served a croqueta. Stuffed with ham or chicken or fish, the simple croqueta is best when made on the premises.
One Day of Eating in Granada
A day spent wandering the city centre of Granada , sampling the food on offer is a day well spent.
Getting High on Spanish Food
The Sierra Nevada ski resort is the most southerly resort in Europe and one that is often overlooked by those who like to ski or snowboard.
Sardines on a Stick
Fat, juicy, succulent Sardines. Does Spanish food come any better?
When I am dining out along the Malaga coastline, the answer is no.
Restaurant Review - Iguana, Almuñécar
So often in Spain you will find a restaurant where the food is great but the view nothing special.
A Taste of Caravaca de la Cruz
The province of Murcia has much to attract those who like to discover the less well known locations in the country.
Restaurant Review - La Cantina de Manuel, Padul
When the vastly experienced Diego Morales left his secure post as head chef at a top Granada restaurant, many people in the trade thought he was crazy.
Finca de Los Arandinos, Near Logroño, La Rioja
If you find the idea of a winery/spa/hotel/restaurant appealing, then La Rioja should be high up on your list of places to visit in Spain.
Restaurant Review - Paladar, Granada
Most restaurants that are located on central avenues of Spanish cities can do well, even in a recession.
Restaurant Review - Chambao El Vizco, Durcal
After eight years of trying, I know that dining out in Andalucia can resemble playing the lottery.
Hostal Restaurante Peñalabra, Cervera de Pisuerga, Palencia
It was coming up to eleven when we left the Parador, so we called ahead to Peñalabra to make sure we could still have dinner.
Tierrastur Gascona, Oviedo
I must admit that despite living only an hour away, the closest I had been to Oviedo before visiting Tierrastur was the massive retail park just outside the city - that's where our nearest IKEA is.
Restaurante El Asador, Capileira
Sometimes watching a Spanish chef in action is an education. So it is when you stand at the bar of Restaurante El Asador in the town of Capileira, high in the La Alpujarra mountains.
Meson La Hacilla, Güéjar Sierra
My mission to find the perfect Menú del dia, or set meal of the day, enters its eighth year.
Restaurante El Avalon, Nerja
Don't you just hate it when you discover a great restaurant that consistently delivers a good meal only for it to move location? 
Restaurante El Tintero II, Malaga
One particular aspect of dining out in Spain can add to the pleasure gained from the food you eat.
Bodega El Capricho, Jimenez de Jamuz, Leon
The village of Jimenez de Jamuz in Leon is known for two things: terracotta knick knacks and what some say is the best steak in the world. 
Restaurante Quintana, Riofrio, Andalucia
What are you going to eat if you go to a restaurant which offers, as a view, a trout farm?
Meson Ezequiel II, Villamanin, Leon
These days, the easiest way to get to Asturias from Leon is to take the brand new motorway (A-66) and swallow the 11 Euro toll. 
MadridFoodies: A Must for English-Speaking Foodies in Madrid
The growing interest of English-speaking foodies in Spanish gastronomy has led to the launch of MadridFoodies, a company based in Madrid offering a wide range of culinary experiences in Madrid…
Cheese, Cherries and Gazpacho in Úbeda
Summer temperatures in and around Jaen can exceed 40 degrees celsius. Too hot to go out and the need for cooling food is ever more important.
Plate up while the surf's up!
For those wanting a bit of R&R in Europe, Spain gets the gold star with its beautiful coastline and beaches which complement the country's colourful culture and history.
Location Guide - San Roque Rocks!
San Roque is the Spanish town where Spain meets Great Britain. How is that possible?, I hear you ask.
Best Beaches in Tenerife
Known for its mild and dry weather, Tenerife is also renowned for its unusual black sandy beaches, formed as a result of the island’s volcanic history. 
Bodega Tour of Granada Province
When you go on a tour you will get a chance to sample the wine and be offered a snack. Touring the bodegas of Spain is big business.
Award Winning Patios and Tortilla in Córdoba
May is a busy time in Spain. The weather is getting warmer and the opportunities to eat out increase.
Just Off The Motorway - Guadix
In my continuing mission to point you in the direction of interesting places to visit, and good places to eat, that are just off a Spanish motorway; I suggest you take the turn off for Guadix. 
Dining Out on The Balearic Islands
Where do you think of when someone mentions the Balearic Islands of Spain? For many people this may simply mean Majorca or Ibiza. 
Tasting the Towns of Murcia
Murcia is a marvellous city with great restaurants and wonderful shopping. But away from the capital there are other splendid locations to visit.
Savouring Santander
There are some destinations in Spain which, if you are a so called 'foodie' you must go to and, once you are there, you will be in no rush to leave.
Eating Just Off The Motorway
In the UK there used to be a useful book called 'Just Off the Motorway.' 
Discovering Begur, Costa Brava
It's beautiful on the Costa Brava. Nowhere more so than when you travel north east of Girona. 
It's Cruces time in Granada
My favourite fiesta in Spain is in early May. The Día de la Cruces, the day of the crosses in Granada. I never miss it.
The Restorative Powers of the Waters of Lanjaron
I love the fact that I don't pay for bottled water in Spain. I fill up my empty bottles at Lanjarón, the town at the gateway to the La Alpujarra mountains.
Taste of Cadiz
Cadiz has been identified with fine Spanish food for centuries. Those who sailed here during various historic wars would refuel their stomachs in Cadiz.
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