Take a journey deep into Jerez's history, with its dishes presented in earthenware pots and bota wine bags made from authentic skin, at the end of Escuelas Street near the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art: La Bodeguita de Baco. A door which interrupts the street's old whitewashed wall is the only indicator that you have found this hidden gastronomic treasure, with homemade dishes cooked lovingly by the local family who owns the bar. To them there is no need to cover the food in sauces if the flavours are strong. Why not try their scrambled eggs with ham, 'encebollao' tuna, oxtail, Jerez cabbage, gazpacho or fried cuttlefish, all ranging in price from 6-9 Euros. The owner will even present your bill in a little notebook!
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