Spanish Restaurants Philadelphia
Spain has played the roles of the conqueror and the conquered during the past centuries, and its contact with numerous different cultures have contributed to its rustic cuisine. A visit to any Philadelphia Spanish restaurant will be rewarded by a fragrant spread of colorful dishes that typically feature seafood, traditional ham, aubergine, tomatoes, bell peppers, potatoes, and beans heavily flavored with sea salt, paprika, parsley, onions and garlic. Sit down to a platter of delightful Spanish appetizers known as tapas available in every Spanish restaurant, and follow it up with a traditional rice dish called paella. A refreshing glass of fruity sangria and puff pastries concludes another satisfying dinner in Philadelphia.