Reviews on European food in Cadiz, Andalucia, Spain. Cádiz (/kəˈdɪz/; Spanish: [ˈkaðiθ]; see other pronunciations below) is a city and port in southwestern Spain. It is the capital of the Province of Cádiz, one of eight which make up the autonomous community of Andalusia.
Things to do in Cadiz
4 based on 450 reviews
After searching out for places nearby to our hotel with good reviews Arrebol came to light! Not on the main drag, in fact in a back street and looking like a small cafe that you would almost pass unnoticed. Can only say that it was a great suggestion by other travellers, my wife and I had an excellent meal along with some very pleasant service. Don't miss if you get to Cadiz!
4 based on 472 reviews
Restaurant closed for vacation from December 18 to 27, 2018. The Candelaria Restaurant is located in the northern part of Cadiz, in a lovely square that gives its name to the local. In it, you can savor traditional Italian cuisine sincere thanks to homema
My husband and I booked a table at this restaurant after reading the t.a. reviews. We were welcomed by a lady working front of house who was just too much for me. We were looking at the wine list and after a few seconds she asked us if she could make a recommendation. She proceeded to recommend the most expensive wine on the list. We then chose an average priced bottle which didn't appear to please her. She then went on to emphasise how they were all Italian and that the food was made fresh to order and that we could add whatever we wanted to the pizzas etc. I asked for a pizza from the menu and said I would also like ham on it. We then ordered a salad and asked for it to be served with the pizza. This seemed to cause a major problem and the same lady said that because we wanted it with the pizza that we would have to wait until everybody else in the restaurant was served and that we would be last to be served. We said that this was fine. After about 15 minutes the salad came (which would have taken all of a minute to construct) and was followed by the pizzas...without ham. The pizza was really delicious and I didn't mention the ham. We shared a Tiramisu which was also delicious. The bill came and the pizza and dessert was scribbled off it as they said that they had not served us what we had ordered. We hadn't said a word. Just strange!!
4 based on 313 reviews
This seemed to have decent ratings in some of the online rating guides, but we found it extremely disappointing. The food was poorly prepared, the service was awful, and the general tone was cold and indifferent. With so many great restaurants in Cadiz, don't waste your time and money here.We feel that you have not had a satisfactory experience as our desire is always. Although we are also aware that we cannot like everyone in the same way.Greetings - Customer service department La Mafia sits at the table - CÃ¡diz.
4 based on 338 reviews
Tapas bar small but you can eat very well. There are usually quite a few people but it is not a place where customers stay for a long time to find a place in a short time. We have many products gluten free and lactose free. Market food and lots of grilled
It has the classic tapas bar feel but almost every item was microwaved and came with soggy French Fries. The microwaved fries were quite hot at first so I burned myself immediately. After that the food was decent but not memorable. The meatballs and toro, for example, were fine but quite bland. Compared to the other options, we felt the food was average at best.
4 based on 136 reviews
Un lugar donde la tradicion gastronomica gaditana se hace realidad. Disfruta de nuestros platos y tapas y por supuesto de una ubicacion inmejorable.
This place is located just by the local mercado and has a nice little terrace where we had the best lunch in Cadiz. The fish and seafood were fresh and tasty, as well as the wines. They prepare most of it on the grill, but you won't go wrong if you go with the fried options. Best value for money ever, great portions and relaxed and welcoming staff. Strongly recommended!!
4 based on 823 reviews
I dined at this restaurant on consecutive nights late in August. I had not booked and I had no idea of any high recommendation â I simply liked the look of the menu. On my first night, I wandered in at 20-23 to be told the restaurant did not open until 20-30. On my return, 7 minutes later, I was seated in an empty room after much shuffling of the diary. The second night, again not booked, this time at 20-30 on the dot, I was acknowledged and looked after wonderfully by a lovely, and dare I say tiny, waitress, whose name, alas, I failed to spot. I did not sample the taster menu much admired by others, but chose from the a-la-carte menu: soup and duck the first night; mackerel and lamb the second, both preceded by the two amuse bouche of the house. Whilst I enjoyed each meal very much, although I found one desert of goatâs cheese ice cream unnecessarily over complicated, I have had equally as good meals elsewhere without any suggestion of a Michelin Star.What is undoubted however is the creativeness of the chef / owner, the exquisite attention to detail of the kitchen staff, the professionalism of the waitresses and the friendliness of a lovely lady, whom, I assume, is the chefâs wife / part owner.I hope this less than (the usual) gushing review does not have me barred from the place as I hope to return to both city AND restaurant in the next few weeks. Incidentally, 4.5 stars would be my mark.Mr. Bob B, Thank you for your words, you all help us to improve. Of course it will be a pleasure to serve you again. About the Michelin star....letÂ´s keep dreamingÂ¡Â¡Â¡ Thanks a lot
4 based on 319 reviews
Itâs a family-run restaurant with Italian origins so they know how to make a meal an unforgettable experience. The food is delicious with options for vegetarians and vegans. Espresso coffee is the best Iâve tried in Cadiz. The place inside is so relaxing that I didnât want to leave. Iâll definitely go back soon.
5 based on 358 reviews
Confusione is a place where you can find the best Italian cuisine and fusion in the historic centre of CÃ¡diz.
Having heard reviews from people we met the previous evening we decided to try Confusion. The little restaurant was packed but we were offered the chance to sit at the bar. This was a great place to sit to watch all the action. Everyone working at confusion works so hard in a relatively small space. Watching the chef and the care he took to deliver dishes was a real treat. The pizza...... AMAZING!! We seriously couldnât honestly say we had had better in Italy. Then, despite being far too full, we decided to share the deconstructed tiramisu. Well, it was just sensational. The bill was just â¬31 for two pizzas, a pudding, beers, wine and coffee. Fantastic value for money. Thank you Confusion!Thank you so much! Your words make us so happy! #CoNfusione
5 based on 463 reviews
bar located in the neighborhood of the vineyard in Cadiz, fresh food, meat, fish and various
Came here because of TA reviews. Arrived as they opened, and got a table straight away. Within 15 minutes the place was full. We were greeted by a very pleasant young lady who looked after us all evening. We chose from an extensive menu, Cold Tuna and potatoes, Spicy chips, Bashed (or could be Damage) eggs which was fried potatoes with chorizo and 2 fried eggs sitting on top, pigs cheek, and sirloin steak. All washed down with 6 glasses of good wine and a Pedro Ximenez sherry to finish. 39Euro! Superb and excellent in every department, a must if you are in Cadiz.
4 based on 151 reviews
Daring menu diverting from the traditional dishes. Well balanced and prepared dishes with fresh ingredients, in a both quiet and yet clean and modern atmosphere in a corner on the outside of Mercado central. Highly recommended. Friendly and elegant serving, really relaxing place for a lunch!
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