Restaurant, market and home-made food ChiringuitoAt a chiringuito: Sardines and other kinds of fish grilled on a sand-filled old fishing boat.EspetoThe espeto (grilled sardines) at the chiriniguito were delicious.Chiringuito foodSeafood freshly prepared at he chiringuito: grilled sardines, fried baby squid, gambas a la plancha.San Miguel BeerSan Miguel beer at the chiringuito! Brewed in Barcelona. This brand brings memories of the Philippines.ChurrosThe churros were a real treat at the Casa Aranda.Fabada - homemadeFrom locally-sourced ingredients, Grace prepared delicious fabada.From the corner storeSidra, cabrales blue cheese and chocolate from a small and charming corner store.PaellaThat most beloved of Spanish cuisine, paella served at the table. At the Restaurant Salas.Bodeguita Antonio RomeroThe tapas menu.TapasCogollos al ajillo (heart of lettuce with garlic dressing) at the Bodeguita Antonio Romero.TapasPork loin, bacon and cheese sandwich, squid in its ink: at he Bodeguita Antonio Romero.Tapas barCarrillada (pork cheeks) at the Bodeguita Antonio Romero.From the marketA delicious breakfast sourced from the local market.Here the mussel laughs (Restaurant name)Mussels for less than 10 eurosMercado Les Halles - a great selection of cheesePublic market - a must-visit for the food and the ambienceMercado Les Halles- old world tomatoesFarm fresh, outside stallsMercado Les Halles - fresh oystersFrom Bordeaux, freshly shucked for us and presented beautifully, 1 euro eachMercado Les Halles - foie grasAn overload of foie grasMercado Les Halles - fresh seafoodAs fresh as can be. The sign says crayfish, lobster and crab upon order.Mercado Les HallesAn outside stall. A huge variety of farm produce. White asparagus was in season.