Cádiz is famous for its seafood. Its enviable location, strutting out at the end of a peninsula, provides a dazzling array of fresh seafood dishes. From a whole host of shellfish, to sea bass and seabream, everything features on the the local fish restaurant menus. The puntillitas (baby squid) and boquerones (anchovies) are worth seeking out. In the Old Town, the Calle Virgen de la Palma is a restaurant much-loved by locals. From 8.30pm every night, locals and their families congregate here. On the cobblestone streets of the Old Town, there are a great variety of unpretentious restaurants serving fantastic seafood and tapas. Bar La Palma is particularly worth a visit. They serve a fantastic tapas menu and the pasquinades (vinegar-soaked potato salad) and grilled Spanish mackerel will keep you coming back for more. Cádiz also has a wonderful ice cream parlour, Heladeria-Café Salon Italiano, They serve over 30 flavours, Sevillana orange is the house speciality.