Five stars because it's the best food in town, and much cheaper than a similar-level meal would cost in my small town America home. I enjoyed several meals at Cádiz El Chico during a week-long stay in Grazalema, January 2013. Everything I tasted was wonderful, well prepared and presented. My first meal there was with Spanish friends who did the ordering for me. We started with garlic-stuffed olives, jamon (Spanish ham) and cheese, and moving on to the main courses and ending with a chocolate...I think they called it a bombe but there was no ice cream in it...it was more a very rich chocolate pudding. So good I couldn't stop eating, so rich I couldn't finish it! We enjoyed excellent wines plus whisky with the dessert.
I was alone on my next visits and enjoyed a lunch of grilled veal, fries, and sweet pimentos, and a dinner of Grazalema soup (a working man's soup of milk base with diced ham, chorizo sausage, boiled egg, and other good stuff) and a main course of fish with fries. I tried several other Grazalema eating establishments, enjoyed them all, but none can compare with Cádiz El Chico, which is on the main plaza across the street from the old church.
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