Pintxo is a snack, typically eaten in bars, traditional in northern Spain and especially popular in the Basque country. They are usually eaten in bars or taverns as a small snack while hanging out with friends or relatives. In a way, they remind me of dim sum only in the evening instead of morning.
The place we went to was Bilbao Berria, right next to the cathedral in the Gothic District.
Pinchos or Pintxos are always served on “pincho”, meaning “spike.
There’s meat, lots of fishes, and just some just random options.
Most are served with a slice of bread and hard boiled egg.
There were a lot of pork and beef ones but I mostly stuck to fish and this interesting bowl.
And then there was dessert!
While I wouldn’t go there for dessert, I wish I could have tried so many more!