Reviews on Central American food in Jerez De La Frontera, Andalucia, Spain. Southwest of Seville, Jerez is a well-heeled place. It’s the home of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its famous dancing horses; if you’re on a budget or can’t be there for a formal performance, it’s worth dropping in to catch a morning training session. The other major reason to visit Jerez is to sample its most famous product—sherry. You can do this at a number of bodegas associated with the world’s best-known brands, including Bodegas Tio Pepe, The House of Sandeman, Jerez, and Pedro Domecq. They’ll soon have you knowing your amontillado from your oloroso. There’s also an Alcázar, dating back to the time of the Almohads, which features a small mosque, now the chapel of Santa María Real.
Things to do in Jerez De La Frontera
4 based on 367 reviews
The restaurant is pretty small, but nicely decorated and feels pretty cozy. There are plenty of vegetarian options. We really enjoyed a potato dish with melted cheese and the rest of the dishes were big and delicious. Prices are pretty decent and the service is prompt and professional.
4 based on 523 reviews
My last visit to this restaurant was over two years, back then, I thought it was one of the best in Jerez. Happy to say nothing has changed. The food and service were both excellent, however the bill for all the dishes we had was simply incredible. This restaurant offers amazing value for money and provides amazing tapas dishes. My friends and I were all extremely happy and would not hesitate to return. Keep up the good work!!
4 based on 62 reviews
Firstly the good points - this is a really cutesy looking, small atmospheric Mexican with great potential as the customer profile is good and focused on mainly the local market it seems.Alas, it's outweighed by clueless service (really unfriendly welcome) and poor execution. The menu is really tight, which should mean really good, consistent delivery, but in this instance, was not the case.It took close to 10 minutes to get a menu and I seriously doubt that we had a drink in our hands within 15 minutes of arriving (we were the 3rd table to arrive) Our shared nachos had been cooked in oil so cold, it meant that they became literally a sponge for the oil they were cooked in, giving a horrible consistency, coating our mouths and the plate itself with a film of grease. Mentioned to the waiter (shrugged his shoulders) who I had also asked for hot sauces - he eventually came back with tabasco ( i asked for others which he said "no more", only to find on paying they had what looked like Cholula, Crystal, Louisiana and half a dozen more behind the bar) Took an age to get more drinks (margarita pretty good with a chile and salt rim) and thankfully the main course of mini tacos was ok (pulled pork was actually very good) - we wanted to order a couple more, but decided against it due to the time everything took. If it gets its act together it should do well as the concept is simple and easy to deliver, but it needs the right people to do it who are engaged in the business and know what they're doing.Lo primero darle las gracias por valorarnos aunque sea negativamente pero me veo en el deber de contestar su crÃtica, lo primero es pedir perdÃ³n por no hablar inglÃ©s el personal de sala y de ahÃ lo de recibimiento hostil como usted describe, no hubo ninguno ,simplemente al no hablar su idioma la comunicaciÃ³n no fue fluida y el no entendÃa lo que usted querÃa, ni entendÃa su crÃtica con los nachos ( de ahÃ que se encogiera de hombros ) ni tampoco entendÃa su solicitud de salsas... lo siento ahora bien lo de los nachos ... no estÃ¡n fritos con aceite frÃo ni nada por el estilo, usamos masa fresca de harina nixtamilizada y el Ãºnico problema es que usamos un queso de variedad Monterey â mexicanoâ que creo que usted desconoce que es muy grasiento pero de muchÃsimo sabor y preferimos que los nachos tengan algo de grasa a perder el sabor ,ahora de ahÃ a incomibles, pelÃcula de grasa.... nunca nos habÃa pasado, Los mini tacos como usted los denomina son de 12 cm la medida del taco tradicional mexicano y lo que no entiendo es que valore la comida como mala (poor Food) y seguidamente diga que estaban muy buena ... ahÃ hay algo que no cuadra, si yo hago una crÃtica negativa de un local y de una comida y la describo como mala no dirÃa en la misma opiniÃ³n que los tacos estaban muy buenos y querÃamos pedir mÃ¡s ahÃ hay algo incongruente e ilÃ³gico, y por Ãºltimo decirle que nuestro pequeÃ±o bar-taqueria no es ningÃºn fast food todo lo contrario y creemos firmemente en ello asÃ que si usted tiene prisa habrÃ¡ otros locales que puedan satisfacerle pero nosotros no ,ya que todo estÃ¡ hecho en el acto desde el plÃ¡ncheo de la carne hasta la cocciÃ³n del marisco, y entendemos que asÃ queremos hacer las cosas, por cierto a parte de tacos tenemos ceviches,aguachiles,cocktailes,tiraditos,tingas,tostadas..no es una cocina para nada fÃ¡cil Un saludo
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