Shellfish and in particular baby eels are the king dishes of Tui. Lamprey (large eels) and other delicacies provided by the river Miño on its passing through the town serve to complete the local gastronomy.
The biscuits and cakes of the cloistered nuns from the order of Clarisas also make a delicious dessert. Pilgrims can buy sweet delicacies from the convents and Galician liquors in the delicatessen shop Moffy, on the street of Porte da Pía, in the heart of the historic centre.
Bars such as Café Central offer a special breakfast for pilgrims for 4 euros, which includes fruit juice, coffee and a ham and cheese toasty. Walkers can also recuperate strength with the chargrilled meats of A Muralla, with an indoor terrace and situated on the Camino itself. In Santa Columba, on Calle Poxo, they also offer a special pilgrim menu.
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