La Taberna Sanlúcar Tapas

Stews, scrambled, montaítos… The cuisine of Sanlúcar Traditional cuisine, full of flavor and the best ingredients; on Sundays, you can also taste our Sanlúcar rice… And all this accompanied by a wide selection of wines: manzanillas, whites, reds, generous…

Down a little dark street in the depths of bar-drenched barrio La Latina, Sanlúcar is a gaudy, jaunty, out-of-nowhere slice of southern Spain. A spirited crowd of boho regulars pile in for cold beers and hearty, southern stables, fuelled by frisky flamenco and surrounded by outrageous folkloric decor: bullfighting gear, brightly coloured football scarves and close-ups of desolate Virgins. Get a few tortillas de camarones (prawn fritters, €2), a sharp bowl of salmorejo (cold, garlicky tomato soup, €4.50) and a grilled slab of presa ibérica (one of the juiciest cuts from Spain’s hallowed Iberian pig, €9). Seafood freaks should venture the briny ortiguillas – deep fried sea anemones (€9).

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