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On every Canary Island there are excellent fish and seafood restaurants serving the catches of the day, prepared simply and deliciously.

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Although there’s a lot of crossover when it comes to menu items on traditional restaurants on the different Canary Islands, there are also some dishes which ‘belong’ more to individual islands.

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Flammkuchen looks like a pizza, but there are important differences; the base is thin and crispy but the sauce topping isn’t tomato based, it’s a creamy blend of…

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It’s considerably cheaper to eat out in Portugal than it is in much of the rest of Europe and even though Porto is the country’s second city, paying the bill is a painless experience in all but the most exclusive establishments.

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Pan tomate (I’ll stick with the Costa Brava version) is generally regarded as a breakfast dish, although in reality it’s served pretty much at any time of the day throughout Costa Brava and Catalonia.

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