Madrid and Barcelona may wow the masses with world-class museums and iconic landmarks, but to tap into Spain’s culinary nerve center, you must head north to the Basque Country, the green, hilly region that boasts the highest concentration of Michelin-starred restaurants in the world, not to mention some of Spain’s most prestigious vineyards.
Fried Eggs with Potatoes and Chorizo Pintxos of Irrintzi, in Bilbao. The most typical gastronomic manifestation of the Basque Country in Spain, the "pintxos" jewels of haute cuisine in miniature, all an homage to one of the greatest gastronomic cultures of the world, Basque, which has turned this part of northern Spain, perhaps the best place to eat around the world.
Spain: Tapas | In Spain, it’s typical to get free tapas with your drinks at a bar — and good thing, because you’ll probably be out until 5 a.m. drinking anyway. No rest for the wicked; best eat while you drink. Of course, there is one other traditional drunk food in Spain; It’s called lunch