El Lola, Tarifa
You’re spoilt for choice tapas-wise in old Tarifa but for a relaxed cafe atmosphere matched with top-class food, family-run El Lola is hard to beat. Try the garlicky potatoes with fresh mackerel, and then the langoustines, avocado and wasabi, with thedegustación de atún rojo (red tuna tasting plate) for starters. There’s a flamenco theme going on here – tables have polka-dot covers and the bearded waiter sports a frilly apron. El Lola is the last in a lane that is full of bars, so you could start at the originals – Los Melli and El Paisillo – and work your way down. Calle Guzmán el Bueno 5
See more of my recommendations in The Guardian’s guide to where to eat, sleep etc on the Costa de la Luz.

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