In the city of Almeria you can enjoy Andalusian cuisine at its best. Fish and seafood dishes, due to the coastal location of the municipality, will be the main ingredient of most of the dishes and tapas in the area although meat dishes are also common. Fish, grouper, red mullet, clams, mussels, prawns, squid, mackerel and the Melva de Andalucía (both products with I.G.P), among others, are very common in restaurants in the town.
You can also taste typical Andalusian dishes such as puche, stews, porridge or soups such as white garlic (cold soup with bread, ground almonds, garlic, olive oil, water and salt), famous in the region. In this town you can also find the typical Algerian cherigan, a slice of toasted bread cut to the bies on which different ingredients can be put and whose name is linked to the western film shoots and to the idea of the actors that took them from, because At its size, it was like the sheriff’s gun.
You will also find here the famous Tomatoes La Cañada with I.G.P, of exceptional quality. For the sweet tooth Almerian food is not too short, you can enjoy roscos, fried milk, puff pastries, angel hair biscuits and donuts or pops in Easter.