This is one of the most classic restaurants in the city of Dénia and perhaps in the entire province. It’s located in a privileged area in the outskirts of the city with incomparable natural surroundings. This traditional restaurant is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or try the best of the best of traditional local dishes.
We left absolutely stuffed, to tell the truth. We went as part of a large group and we had a massive spread on the table. The plates, though, were delicious. We started with tapas and some unbeatable red shrimp from the region (you’ve never tried shrimp quite like it) and we went on to paella and fideuá. A mix, basically, to get to try a little of everything. And we didn’t regret it. It’s a totally recommendable place if you’re in the area.
On Calle Loreto in Denia you can find the perfect place to go to dinner with friends; one of these several restaurants is Ca La Pepa Teresa. It is an old house tastefully restored and with a simple menu of typical local tapas, all of which are delicious. Staff are very professional and prompt. 100% recommended.
La Seu perfectly represents what I believe a cutting-edge restaurant should aspire to be: attention to detail. This detail extends from the extraordinary ambience to the delicate treatment of a premium product. Thanks to this the eating experience here is unforgettable.
Truly Tasca Eulalia is a landmark in Dénia for tapas, raciones and casseroles. You have absolutely everything you need here and the value is very good. The staff are friendly and effiecient, even though it is almost always crowded, both inside and outside on the terrace, which is great!. It is located on the main street of Denia, just in C / Marqués de Campo, 39
Away from the bustle of the crowds you will find this restaurant with great menu, wine list and good service. Lovely staff ve always have a smile and are very helpful. The products on offer are quality and very well made, very good value for money. In short, I would highly recommend, I discovered the place thanks to this application and will definitely return.
During my first trip to Dénia, we decided to try the rice dishes of this famous chef. I was thoroughly impressed by the quality.
We had some prawns as a starter and then rice with vegetables and truffles, all accompanied by a good white wine.
The final price was around 270 euros, not bad to go once for a special occasions and see what it’s all about. That doesn’t mean, though, that you can’t find other great paellas in Dénia for much less money.
El Baret de Miquel is on a corner, and is very close to the port, after the restaurants that overlook the road and in the framework of this marine neighbourhood's typical streets. We really found it by chance. It was nice in the shade on the terrace in the narrow alley, and the tapas were not disappointing. This timeless bar serves delicious chopitos, bravas, grilled vegetables or sepia. The waiter couldn't remember what we, seven people , asked for without carrying paper and a pen, striking and professional. Oh, and it's also cheap.
Pizzeria Ticino Bellavista is a great Italian restaurant, with delicious food. Food is prepared in a wood oven, but perhaps most notable is its great location - it is within walking distance of the port and its modern décor. It's pretty big and it has also an outdoor terrace, which is important, because in summer, this coastal town is quite busy and the restaurant can get quite full.
We were recommended this place by friends. The truth is that seeing it from the outside we could not have imagined the experience that awaited us inside. Babeca is a cozy restaurant, that is run by the owners where you can enjoy good home cooking. We had tapas, but they did have an extensive menu that includes fish, meat and pasta. The desserts are also highly recommended and delicious. The prices are very affordable. Had a great time and highly recommend it
The first thing that catches your attention at Isla Tortuga is the musicians, one English and one German, who are both tireless beer drinkers! On the top floor, there is a themed restaurant for children but when we went there were only adults, mostly foreign couples enjoying bottles of wine in the sun. The views are beautiful, and the menu for just over 15.00€ has lovely rice dishes and desserts. All in all, good food, good tunes, and good service.
Located on the road between the marina and the port, this restaurant stands out for its innovative architecture: when you enter, seeing a lot of tasteful objects will help you realise at once that this is not the typical tourist joint. Suit-clad executives are the main customers. What you will see upon entering is the oyster bar, a place to enjoy a plate of oysters with champagne. Downstairs is the MediterrAsian, and upstairs the more serious dining, with glass and steel, and a splendid view of the Mediterranean. Here the dishes are more elaborate, and the prices rise accordingly. The menu is based on seafood and shrimp in the area, and merges Spanish and Asian influences. Kobe beef, grilled fish, and dried octopus are among the specialties.
Along the Las Rotas beach, there are several mythical restaurants where it's a delight to eat. This isn't the most expensive one and the quality is excellent, as is the staff's friendliness, so I recommend it. For a fixed price you can fill your boots with local ingredients, starting with cooked prawns from the fish market, a fresh salad, and fantastic bread with garlic mayonnaise. For the second dish, there was rice, which everyone eats in this part of the Mediterranean coast, fried or grilled fish, magnificent turbot, and pumpkin pie or pears for dessert, plus wine. Anyway besides all the delicious food, the waves are at your feet. It's fundamental to make reservations and to order one of the area's crisp white wine. I recommend trying the seaweed and urchins, they were delicious.
A little way out of Denia, this is ideal for anyone looking for delicious food during their beach holiday. The best thing about it is its location, with tables that are literally steps away from the beach. But the food, which is cheap, is also excellent. They have an unbelievably delicious menu, including large dishes (paella, fried fish ...). You can't miss this place if you're in the area.
We had a great tasting menu at Les Drassanes consisting of 5 starters (house salad, fresh seafood, and three seasonal dishes) followed by your choice of rice, fish or meat, plus dessert. Our portions were generous and the menus cost €57.00. All delicious, with great service.
El Pegoli is a truly unique restaurant, located in the Les Rotes nature reserve. It's not cheap, but that's due to its quality food, with a variety of specialty seafood and different rice dishes. The decor is rustic, with old photographs on the walls. I liked the views: the sea can be seen from both inside and out on the terrace. I recommend it.
Meson Gallego Xacobeo is located in a small square in Denia's old fishing district, a charming and tourist-friendly place sheltered from the sea breezes. You will be surrounded by foreigners, but that's normal. The daily menu they offer though is just fantastic! My favorites were the freshly made Spanish omelette, the grilled baby squid, and the croquettes. I think they may have been frozen, but they were still tasty!