Andrew Zimmern's gastronomic tour of the world continues with a trip through Spain where he chows down on suckling pig brains, bull testicles -- and everything in between!Go to Episode
In business since 1725, la Casa is one of the world's oldest restaurants. Andrew enjoys angulas (baby eels), whole roast suckling pig and baby squid in their own ink.
Calle de los Cuchilleros 17, near Plaza Mayor, Madrid, Spain
Andrew eats crunchy pig ears, snails, pulpo de gallego (Galician octopus) and rabo de toro (bull's tails).
Carmen 15, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Taverna de Antonia Sanchez
Andrew eats callos (a casserole made of blood sausage and tripe).
Calle de Mes¿n de Parades 13, Madrid, Spain
Andrew enjoys jam'n ib'rico and head cheese.
Several locations throughout Madrid
Voted the best restaurant in the world by Restaurant magazine, El Bulli is home to celebrated chef Ferran Adria. Andrew enjoys nitrogen-cooled sake sorbet with lychee nuts and pine-nut meringue.
Cala Montjoi. Ap. 30 17480, Roses, Girona, Spain
At Barcelona's largest and most famous food market, you'll find every kind of meat, cheese and fish you could ever want. Andrew eats razor clams, fried worms, crickets and horchata (drink made from tigernuts, water and sugar).
La Rambla 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
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