The center of Jerez de la Frontera is probably one of the places with more terraces per square meter that I have seen in Spain. Besides, the quality of dishes and affordable prices make Jerez an essential place for every lover of Andalusian tapas.
Seafood as it is understood in Galicia is scarce, however, meat and fish abound in all tascas.
During the three days we were in the city we visited a few places in the center that delighted our palates.
Among the narrow streets that run between Plateros Square, Arenal Square and the City Council of Jérez you will find many terraces that usually fill up at night any day of the week and where you will find the best tapas in Jerez.
People come to eat tapas and portions and always compensate to go in groups to taste more dishes and distribute the money. I think that in any of the places where we were we paid more than 15 euros per head and ate abundantly and there was no lack of excellent rods of Cruzcampo; Always fresh and well pulled.
It is surprising to note that locals do not give fine wine. It seems that they leave it for tourists and here the king of the table is the beer with which it is accompanied by fried fish and the other tapas typical of the area. So we apply the healthy saying "Wherever you go, whatever you see" and water our tapas and portions with cold beer.
Among the restaurants we visited in Jerez de la Frontera, the following stand out:
The White Cross:
Consistory 16. Plaza la Yerba.
We always find the place to overflow. Even at 12 at night. The place consists of a beautiful terrace and abundant tables inside. Among the dishes I highlight a sesacional salmorejo accompanied by prey and Iberian ham. The anchovies and chocos were also tremendous among other exquisite tapas.