One of the more traditional shellfish and seafood spots along the port, Joselito serves both in the bar and on its outside patio just a block from the fishing piers. The menu has three categories: shrimp and clams (including shrimp grilled with olive oil or sautéed with lots of garlic), house “stews” (such as veal meatballs or cuttlefish with small fava beans), and fried and grilled fish. The real treat is grilled fresh tuna landed at Barbete, one of the world’s most famous tuna ports a few miles south of Cádiz. All plates come without garnish.