This 'market' is near the end of Paseo de la Victoria, and is made up lots of stall offering food and drinks (a bit like a smaller version of Mercado San Miguel in Madrid). There are some great food offerings for all times of the day and evening - from oysters, shellfish, iberica meats, and a host of different tapas. At the rear endue of the market is another hall where bread, ice cream, coffee and hot chocolate, amongst other things, are available. The spiced dark chocolate is to die for!
Really friendly staff on all the stalls - very helpful in making sure you find just what you are looking for.
The market is only five minutes from the historic quarter (Puerta de Sevilla). We found it a welcome place to rest and refresh in the November chill - we're sure it would be even more of a find during the hot summer months.
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