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Classic Restaurants in Spain

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Hi all,

I would like to know what classic restaurants you would recommend for the Spanish cities listed below. I would like restaurants that are under 30 Euros per person, that have a sampling of the local cuisine (no Italian, Japanese, etc.), and that are accessible by local transport. By classic I mean something like Katz Deli for NYC.

I already have a list of restaurants I'm planning on going based on Tripadvisor ratings, location, and opening times but would like your insight on what constitutes a classic.

The only restaurant I have so far that seems like it fits the bill is San Gines in Madrid.

** stars denote places we especially need your insight for!

Granada
Ubeda
Sevilla
Cadiz
Cordoba
Merida
Salamanca
Madrid
Toledo
Segovia
Leon
Burgos
Cuenca
Valencia
Barcelona
Bilbao
San Sebastian

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