I know this is blasphemy for all the Spain-lovers out there, but overall, I didn’t find the food in Spain that impressive. Tapas were cheap, yes. I had some decent churros. And I certainly liked most of the food. But I didn’t love it. Most of it didn’t wow me.
This goes for all my Spanish travels…from Barcelona to the southern coast, Madrid to Toledo to Seville.
But there was one exception.
Everything we ate there was spectacular, splendidly presented and bursting with flavor. Ang and Ryan said it was their favorite place, not only because the food was so good, but because the tourists don’t seem to have discovered it yet.
I must agree.
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