After an autumn morning walking the streets, squares, bridges and museums visiting Ronda, we could get our strength back in this nice restaurant. It was recommended to me by a friend of the winery Sangre de Ronda. It had very nice decor and views over the square, to accompany the enjoyment of the meal, a tasty grilled steak and other specialties ..... And to drink, a good wine from Ronda.
This is one of the most popular restaurants in Ronda, well-liked especially because it has lovely terraces that look out upon the Tagus River. The kitchen is large and varied, with a letter including: endives with walnuts and blue cheese, tomato salad with feta cheese and oregano, home made pate and wine of Malaga raisins, Assorted cold cuts and cheese in oil , Avocado with prawns, Hake with seafood, planch Swordfish, Sea bass back, turbot with asparagus gratin, braised oxtail and duck breast with rice and pineapple.
A local place, small and cozy, with good wine and tapas. All of the tapas are well designed, orginal, and delicious, though there isn't much variety. 4 cold tapas and about 8 hot dishes and exquisite fajitas. Small selection but great quality. We tried the wine of the area () and the truth is that it was really great. Good prices.
We have recently been in the Fair Round, long ago I spoke highly of it, and I haven't been disappointed at all. We went to lunch at the Restaurant Jerez, which is located just off the Plaza de Toros, and has a summer terrace, where we could feel the whole atmosphere there before the bulls got started. It was a wonderful atmosphere with people entering the plaza like the Goya ladies, the famous people, and we were at a position to see almost everything. The experience was more than pleasant. We tried the Cola de Toro, a delicacy, there are few places that prepare that way. My wife took the Cod, another wonder. And what of the wines that are in Ronda, are becoming better. We have been other times in Ronda, but never in this place, the value is very good, so next time I'll try, I recommend it.
Serrato is a town worth visiting. It is Clean and cozy with a spectacular mountain landscapes and only a half hour from Ronda. There are several cottages. For a group of about 15 people, La Alcazaba is great and it has a nice pool. Do not miss it. Peace and quiet to unwind.
This restarant is located at the junction of Montejaque, about 12km before reaching the road round Jerez. We stopped a lot here because this place has two advantages over urban restaurants in Ronda. On one hand you park safely at the entrance, something you can forget about in the city, and on the other hand the menu contains traditional dishes but is less touristy. The restaurants in the centre know that their customers are looking for typical Ronda dishes. Here the food is homemade, plentiful, well cooked and seasoned, and reasonably priced. The entrance leads directly to the cafeteria, leaving the room on the left. The conservatory overlooks the lush greenery of the surroundings. In summer there is also a small pool and a playground. I mustn´t forget to remind you that in this same restaurant, cottages are rented. And taking the winding road coming out of it you will reach the famous Pileta Cave, where the latest paintings of Spain, made in the same style of Altamira. If you go this way, drive slowly because the road is very narrow.
Tragabuches Restaurant is located in Malaga offers a type of creative cuisine in the Andalucian style. Specialities include oxtail ravioli with cold mashed chestnuts, bacon strips with crunchy crumbs rondeñas gazpacho sorbet with apple jelly and tuna trap. The restaurant features, air conditioning, private rooms, and a wine cellar.
Located on a hillside overlooking the new bridge in Ronda, this restaurant offers good service, combining quality and quantity with good price. I had grilled vegetables and red tuna trap, and was so full I couldn't order dessert. I recommend it, not for the every day, but for a special occasion.