The Confectionery tunnel is something like the Rolls Royce of cafes in the province of Alicante. It is on Calle Sant Llorenç 34 in Alcoy, in the heart of the city and its facade is a blast. Whenever I have a celebration I go and buy some Tunnel cupcakes, they are delicious, handmade and very varied. They also have all kinds of cakes, from the most traditional to the most imaginative. Apparently I'm not the only one who likes to go here as on many weekends the queue comes out of the store.
I love coming to this restaurant for dinner, both for its local service and lovely food (pizzas, pasta, wings, meat, salads, etc.) Nothing is wasted, everything is delicious. There is a tasting menu for several people so you just have to go hungry to try everything.
To eat olleta alcoyana and stuffed peppers. In the heart of the city the best option for the food and the views from the restaurant. If it´s summer, even better to dine on the terrace of the Savoy, a snack and then grilled meat, homemade desserts for those with a sweet tooth. Good price.
What I liked was the olleta alcoyana and for dessert rossegons, very good and dense. Well presented home cooking at affordable prices. Next to Plaza de España and one step away from everything so its very nice to see everything important in Alcoy. Good value for money and there is a very cool terrace overlooking the Viaduct.
This historic restaurant is at the entrance if you come from Alcoy, Alicante, just across the famous gorge of the battle. It has over 100 years of history (although the current owners have been about 7) and is known by all around. In the morning it is a classic tapas bar, lunch has very affordable weekdays menus and weekends are suitable for all kinds of celebrations and banquets. The prices are always logical, not expensive and don't change depending on the day of the week. This ensures a good flow of customers and a special atmosphere. A lovely choice that I learnt from my parents taught me almost 30 years ago when we were hiking. The rear view of the gorge of the bottle was better before they started work on the new highway. The specialty is all kinds of rice that they make at that moment - at some restaurants they already have the paella broth cooked previous day (that still keeps very well). The broth for paella and rice takes up most of the time and labor costs.
In the center of Alcoy (Alicante) the Victor Bar is one of the most famous bars in the city for tapas. Homemade tapas in a place that has been open since 1930 and accumulates thousands of souvenirs such as postcards, photos and countless memories. Dinner and museum are both worth it. The place is small so it is worth booking.
I found this restaurant in Alcoy near the great bridge of this very beautiful city. My experience was no pleasure trip since I live only 30 minutes away. I was trying to find a restaurant to eat and found this one where peculiar people treated me very well and, best of all, I eat very well and cheaply - the food is mmmmmm! The menu is weekdays only and the only downside is that it is closed on Saturday afternoons and Sundays. I have nothing more to say, if you come to Alcoy eat at El Tronc.
Today we had dinner at a restaurant in Alcoy to our surprise we made a 100% good choice! A great dinner with a wide range of traditional local dishes with familiar tastes. What´smore the Price was great, you should also go and enjoy this experience.
It is a family business that doesn't disappoint, with attention to detail and you have a sense of having enjoyed a great, quality meal. Highlights are the olleta, rices and original desserts, not to mention the spectacular starters. The price is medium-high, but it is worth it. The design of the menu is great and is inspired by the Art Nouveau era, like the entire restaurant.
Ca la Ami teahouse and restaurant is a piece of the Thousand and One Nights in Alcoy. A place where you can dine but which holds many surprises. The decor is modest, if there aren´t many people you can sit in the tent. The cuisine is Syrian but it is run by locals. The menu is varied and perfect for those who want to escape from the traditional "picaeta" alcoyana. If you want to try the cous cous you will have to book in advance. It isn´t a luxurious restaurant but the menu is varied, the price cheap and the food acceptable. The service is a little slow, but it fits in with the style. Perhaps the most fun and recommended aspect of Ca Ami comes after dinner, that is, with shows that light up the evening. You can enjoy some fun, interesting belly dancing, performed with great will and seriousness. It´s quite a show. The dancers come unexpectedly, between bites of dessert or while sipping coffee. Speaking of coffee, a medium can tell your future by studying the dregs of a cup. Anyway, if you want to spend a fun night with a difference in Alcoy, I recommend that you pass by the Ami Ca. A modest place which knows how to exploit its strengths.