Food and drink
All you have to do is look at the displays of fish and seafood to know everything is super fresh. You make your choice and it is quickly grilled or fried in the small open kitchen. I love the grilled prawn brochette and lightly breaded fried chocos (cuttlefish) but really, everything is good.
The tiny bar is usually filled with regulars (about six or so, which is all that can fit in), but there is a terrific terrace which incorporates an old church wall. Cheap plastic tables, lots of shouting, kids, and sometimes pets, make for a very lively experience.
Mari and her all-female team (unusual in Spain) provide excellent service.
It is inside the Feria Market, about a 15-minute walk from the centre.
Stuff yourself silly for less than 10 euros. Seriously.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss