The restaurants in Huelva cater for all tastes, with a special mention for the superb seafood on offer, with the main dish being the white prawns ('gambas blancas') among many more seafood delights. Eating in Huelva is, above all, to eat well!
When it comes to restaurants in Huelva, seafood restaurants dominate not only in the capital but also all across the province!
To make sure you are eating quality seafood (which you will notice by the color of the head... when it begins to blacken it is not as fresh, but can also be due to boric acid that some fishermen or dealers use to keep them fresh longer), at an affordable price, you can choose to visit the 'Marisquerias'. 'La Marisquería La Ría', 'El Rey del Barril', 'La Marina' or 'La Marina del Puerto' are among the finest seafood restaurants in Huelva, with the latter being the most expensive.
Many of these restaurants offer traditional cuisine from Huelva, with fresh fish caught in the waters of the Gulf of Cadiz, such as tuna, cuttlefish or sole. Others also offer a special charm, creating romantic settings and spoiling us with sumptuous dishes. Among these, we could recommend the 'Bar Casa Miguel' and the aforementioned 'Marina del Puerto' or even 'La Mirta' which combines traditional cuisine with innovative dishes.
With such creativity on display, restaurants with higher average prices know how to woo their diners with dishes of spectacular quality. Among these we can recommend the 'Restaurant Acanthum', 'El Paraíso de Huelva' and 'El Portichuelo'.
If you are a fan of taverns and pubs, the equivalent in Huelva are small tapas establishments that serve up delicious dishes including spinach with chickpeas, 'tollos' with tomato, seafood cocktails and potato salad. It is in these bars that you will find the cheaper prices. The tapas bars are the most visited by tourists in the area, offering a variety of plates and recipes for all tastes...traditional, simple, delicious and without any complications. Food the old-fashioned way!
In 'Los Cuartelillos' they will cater to your every need in typical Huelva fashion. Be served fine wine in 'El Botellito' with a charm and friendliness that brings tourists back year after year. For the best snails in Huelva pay a visit to the 'Bar la Hispanidad'. In Huelva you really are spoilt for choice!
When the summer season makes its way into town, walking the streets of Huelva certainly makes you work up an appetite. The towns terraces groom themselves for the arrival of discerning palates dragged by the aromas to sample the dishes on offer. Infact there are so many dishes to sample ythat you'll need to be in Huelva for quite a while to try them all. But thats no problem at all, Huelva has plenty to do, plenty to see...and therefore plenty of time to eat!
Be seduced by the delights of this citys gastronomical offer, with large ham and seafood the mainstays in Huelva!
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