Anchovy pintxos (also known as “pinchos” in Spanish) are a popular tapas dish from the Basque region of Spain. They typically consist of a small piece of bread, topped with an anchovy fillet and sometimes garnished with other ingredients such as olives, peppers, or tomatoes. They are typically served as a snack or appetizer and can be found in bars and restaurants throughout the Basque Country and other parts of Spain. Pintxos are typically served on toothpicks and are often enjoyed with a drink such as wine or beer.
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