Octopus, mussels, shrimp, bell peppers and onions, and a "short" beer.
Asparagus and other tasty treats on display - mostly slightly fancy versions of the sort of tapas you'd find in many bars in Spain (small open-face sandwiches, omelette, etc).
I tried two types of caviar at this stand. Not sure what they were though as neither my Spanish nor the vendor's English were proficient enough to communicate the nuances of fish eggs. (In fact, the only thing the vendor was able to communicate in English was "Egg. Fish. Egg fish!")
Amazing seafood stand, recommended by two gentlemen whose food I was drooling over. They shared a barnacle with me. It was salty and delicious and strangely textured.
I didn't think the food could get any better, but then I had these oysters. And then I had one more even though I was full because they were so tasty.
Though I was quite full after this incredible meal, I walked away elated. No food coma from this sort of food, more of a food high. Probably one of my top 5 meals ever.