From the GreenSuites Coffee Restaurant, we know that culinary experiences are now more popular than ever, but we don’t want to leave behind our Mediterranean culinary roots and lose sight of lifelong recipes, those that never fail to impress again and again. So, we’ve put together a list of the very best Mediterranean dishes to try, just in case you haven’t already.


Whether you enjoy a thicker or thinner and light texture, it’s clear that salmorejo and gazpacho are two dishes that never fail to impress. Especially in summer, both recipes, which are healthy and refreshing, are a Mediterranean delicacy and, as such, it is highly recommended to enjoy them when the occasion arises. At the GreenSuites Coffee Restaurant, we could not miss the opportunity to include gazpacho and salmorejo among the most typical Mediterranean dishes. If, in addition, you want to try the full experience, do not hesitate to accompany it with an exquisite garnish of diced ham and chopped hard-boiled egg, that will make this dish over the top irresistible.

Pescaíto Frito (Fried Fish)

Did you know that breading or battering is a culinary technique to protect the food when it is fried? Among the most commonly fried foods, is fish, on account of its diversity and complexity, which could fill an entire encyclopaedia full of recipes. There are different ways of preparing fish and one of them is frying. Pescaíto Frito, or fried fish, is loved by all thanks to its crunchy texture on the outside and juiciness on the inside, the keys to achieve its exact cooking point. Make sure to try it out at our restaurant, as we offer you the best result at your table. Is your mouth watering yet?


If you’re not quite sure what ajoblanco is, not to worry! Open your palate to new experiences and learn more about this well-known dish commonly found in Andalusia and Extremadura. It is a cold soup made of bread, ground almonds, garlic, water, olive oil and salt. That’s all? Yes, indeed! With just a few ingredients, you can create a delicious and light soup that can also be decorated with extra garnish: grapes or pieces of melon. Undoubtedly, an original recipe that is worth trying, if you haven’t done it yet.

Flamenco-style eggs

We could not leave behind one of the infallible classics of Mediterranean cuisine: Huevos a la Flamenca. In this case, and as it happens with other recipes, each master has his own recipe and way of preparing this. The bases of this recipe are always clear, since this dish is cooked with eggs and vegetables. However, each cook adapts the recipe to his or her own taste. You can add cubed ham or Iberian chorizo to enhance the flavour even more. An ideal option if we want to take advantage of the culinary roots that we have inherited from the Spanish land. Which is your favourite of al lof these?