This cake shop is in the Plaza de la Constitución and has been selling its exquisite cakes and pastries in Utrera for almost 100 years. It is a third-generation family business run by Mariló, Marisa and Jesús Cordero.
One of its star cakes is called lengua de nata, a cream-filled finger bun, which is also locally known as a “lamb’s tongue”. Other popular cakes are brazos de gitanos (Swiss rolls), toasted cream, mostachones (flat cakes), bizcotelas (light Moorish biscuits) or roscos de piñones (ring-shaped pine nut cakes).
Photo: Alberto Flores (ABC)