Arsenio Manila is another Cadiz restaurant with plenty of five-star reviews from impressed patrons. The menu features lots of tapas, small snacks and plates to share. Set up in 2007, the restaurant can be found in south Cadiz on the beachfront looking out over the Atlantic, not far from the start of the causeway between the main city of Cadiz and San Fernando to the south. Amongst the dishes that you can sample at Arsenio Manila are cups of gazpacho, Caesar and Nahu salads, guacamole with chicken balls and wheat pancakes, plates of risotto with mushrooms and parmesan, and tomato soup served with langoustines and mint.
Arsenio Manila, Paseo Maritimo 12, Cadiz, Spain, +34 956 076 744
On Calle Barrié in the middle of historic Cadiz is Casa Lazo, highly-regarded for their traditional Andalusian cuisine and drinks. It’s serves up hot and cold tapas and meat plates of Iberian grilled pork and chicken medallions. You can also sample the local Maier beer, the first artisanal craft beer to be made in Cadiz and regarded as the best ale in southern Spain – you can also visit the Cerveza Maier brewery for a tour, it’s just a few streets away. The available tapas include octopus salad, salmon rolls, potato with Iberian ham, chicken medallions with Roquefort, and moussaka.
Casa Lazo, Calle Barrié 17, Cadiz, Spain, +34 956 229 499