If you travel to Cádiz, you have a mandatory stop in Setenil de las Bodegas, in the eastern part of the province. Here you will find a rich cuisine in the purest Andalusian style. To start eating at Setenil de las Bodegas you can taste a good spoon dish such as a tasty stew, some cooked beans or a cortijera soup made with bread, poached eggs, asparagus and olive oil, highlighting the great Aceite Sierra de Cádiz D.O.P. But not only the beans and chickpeas are going to be present in the gastronomy of the Setenil, other types of legumes such as lentils or beans will also appear in numerous meals.
Other first dishes to eat in Setenil de las Bodegas can be asparagus, scrambled eggs with black pudding or mushrooms, as well as the classic bread crumbs, which are also exquisite. The artisan sausages that are made in the area will be present in many of the local dishes, highlighting sausages, salami, hams, morcilla and pork loin. The most famous meat dish you’ll find in this municipality is the rabbit a la serrana prepared in each restaurant with a personal touch. For sweet lovers this place offers delicious goat cheese, millefeuille with quince, cider dumplings and oil cakes.