Category: Eating

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A family affair at Can Tanu (Fornells)

You would think that the market on fresh seafood is covered in Fornells, the idyllic fishing village in the North of Menorca that sits on a crystal-clear sea creek.  The few streets of this little town are lined with restaurants…

La Confitería, Barcelona

La Confiteria, Barcelona (Paral-lel, bar/cocktails)

Outside La Confiteria, Barcelona What’s the deal? A former confectioner’s shop that has somehow metamorphosed into a real gem of a place.  The owners have left the century-old interior untouched since reopening the premises as a bar 15 years ago,…

churros granja viader

Granja Viader: Chocolate for breakfast in Barcelona

Churros.  If you haven’t heard of them, consider this a warning.  Don’t try them.  We repeat, do not even think about taking a bite out of one of these delicious hot doughnutty breakfast things.  And don’t even dream about dunking…

marisquería el pimpi málaga

Marisquieria El Pimpi Florida: Star Wars or Malaga?

Years ago in Madrid, there was a bar which held the Guinness World Record for serving the widest range of beers from the smallest floor space of any bar on the planet.  Well, in Malaga there is another bar deserving…

bar asador Katuzarra pamplona

Bar Asador Katuzarra (Pamplona): gastronomy in the old town

Pamplona is slowly coming out of its shell, and little by little new restaurants are appearing to shake up the conservative dining scene in the Navarran capital. One such place is the charming Bar Asador Katuzarra, located on Calle San…

Casa Morales Sevilla

Malaga Top 5 for Foodies

Malaga is heaven for food lovers: there are great wines, streets stuffed with tapas bars and some of the freshest seafood you will find anywhere in the world. Sweet wine.  Malaga is famous for its strong, sweet wines, and has…

chocolat madrid chocolate con churros

Chocolat, Madrid: churros and chocolate in Huertas

Yes, times are hard in Spain at the moment.  So hard that it can be tricky to fine a good dose of churros con chocolate (strips of fried dough served with a cup of thick chocolate for dipping) in the city centre….

bodegón Sarría pinchos

Bodegón Sarria: it’s raining pinchos in Pamplona

Here at Gusto Guides,  we are fans of Pamplona‘s simple, hearty approach to food and the passion for local ingredients and traditions.  Yes, there is more to this particularly green corner of Spain than San Fermines and the running of the bulls….