Outdoor experience with very nice, very friendly and cheerful service and a varied menu of Mediterranean eats, all accompanied by a wine list interesting and an area specially designed for making cocktails and tapas. Personally I consider it the perfect place to spend an afternoon of an evening in summer. Just open in summer.
My cousin recommended this place to me and I'm glad I went. It's well priced, good quality and waitresses ... stunning (ok, the waiters too!). It's all decorated with old photos of fishermen and full of people ... Very good atmosphere!
We went to Casa Nuri based on minube recommendations and word of mouth from our relatives, and it really didn't disappoint us. We tasted what I think was their signature dish, the stew, and the taste as well as the amount of seafood was fabulous. Besides that, one of the restaurant's charming points is its terrace overlooking the delta. You can do a 45 minute cruise, which is a pleasant experience. I'll be sure to go back this summer.
Portofino is on the underside of the Novelty resort, on Paseo Jaime I, on a kind of square. It's a typical international restaurant serving everything from paella to pizza in the large dining room or on the terrace. The customer service is good and the prices are not too high. The overall quality would be a 7 out of 10. It's not haute cuisine, but it's a great place for friends or relatives because everyone can have something to eat.
Today I made a pleasant discovery, the restaurant El Terrat. We went there to celebrate my birthday. It is opposite the car park of La Pedrera, so it is very easy to reach and easy to be able to leave the car. We ordered the tasting menu. First we were brought snacks that were not all that great. The first dish was not bad but I was not thrilled, it was cod carpaccio salad with anchovy tartare, but from the second plate omwards began the good stuff with a melon with ham accompanied by a chocolate with a magnificent presentation, very good, also sepia and sea bass with garlic tempura and better still the caramelized Iberian secret, and what about the desserts, the cheesecake with Szechuan pepper ice cream, I do not like cheese and I was excited with iced tea, it was great. In the end it has been an experience that has been very positive. All this with a lightly carbonated water and one without gas. Fantastic place!
We visited this restaurant by chance, returning from a weekend at Port Aventura. The idea of eating on the highway didn't appeal to us, so we decided to divert via Montblanc and we ended up in this restaurant. It's a small place with just a half dozen tables, cozy and tastefully decorated, in fact many of the articles that decorate the dining room are for sale. The clientele was local, I think we were the only tourists that day. They offer traditional cuisine with innovative and creative touches. Although it was Sunday, we ate from the 20 euro menu, which offered a choice of three first courses, three main courses and assorted desserts. For starters we chose eggplant moussaka, salad and macaroni, my husband and I then had seafood stew and my daughter steak, hazelnut creme brulee and crepes. Everything was delicious and the service was very attentive. It was a shame that we were just passing through, and could not devote the time that this medieval place deserves but we definitely will visit on our next trip to Catalonia to enjoy it further.
El Toro is an American restaurant specializing in meat, like ribs and T-bones. It's in the centre of Paseo Jaime I. The first floor is the restaurant, but the ground floor has a takeout area where you can also order pizzas. Take note, they have the best chicken wings in Salou! Accompanied by a sauce of your choice. Well it was a recent discovery, but I promise you won't regret it.
Cal Gancho restaurant is in Masllorenç, Tarragona, Spain. This restaurant has prominent personal attention from its staff and very outstanding service, they are well trained to provide the best service to guests. The atmosphere is very comfortable, nice you can spend a very good time there. The menu includes delicious desserts.
My husband and I had intestinal infection for two days and even my husband had itching in the body throughout the week .... Most people know that the same thing happened. Be careful with raw food because it has to be well preserved, and you have to prepare it well, or else it is dangerous!!
This restaurant, in Salou Marina, has a scrumptious and very high quality buffet. I went several times over the summer and although the price is high, the food, atmosphere and great harbour views are worthwhile. The customer service is perfect and it offers absolute tranquility, nothing like other massive buffets. There's a special price for couples, but for the rest it's 30 euros, including a drink. It's very busy and there are lots of seafood dishes, although I will say that everything is yummy and the meat doesn't detract at all. The atmosphere is formed predominantly by Nautical groups, so it can be a bit posh.
The Móramar Restaurant at Playa la Mora has a large terrace with a good vibe and a pleasant interior dining room as well. After sampling some tasty appetizers, we had paella made with mushrooms and monkfish that was simply divine. Before I forget, make sure to try the desserts, especially the cheesecake. I love to eat well, especially when the meal is accompanied by great views. Móramar is just the place!
If you visit Tarragona, you can't leave without having an al-fresco vermouth on one of the terraces in the plaza. The local custom is to go and have a drink around noon. I’d suggest Casa del Vermut in the Plaza del Rey. You can sit out on the square with a cool vermouth in hand and have a lovely time just watching the world pass by. They even gave us croquettes as a personal touch and they were delicious!
This is a Japanese restaurant where you can order everything you want from the menu for a single price, that is, it's like a buffet, but it's served at your table. It is a good occasion to eat Japanese cuisine without worrying about your pocketbook: the value is pretty good. There is a teppan where they cook in front of you. The restaurant is decorated in a simple, but clean and cozy way, too bad that when I was there they allowed smoking, because for me it spoils a good meal.
The staff is fast and efficient, and they don't bother or overwhelm you with unnecessary haste. There always seems to be room, but in summer it gets busier as it is located in the tourist area and its quality is far superior to other restaurants in the area. It's recommended for fans of Japanese cuisine ve want to eat a lot of food with good quality. Although it doesn't reach the level of some restaurants of the same type in Tarragona or Barcelona, it holds its own and is a good option in Salou.
This is a great restaurant with plenty going for it. First is its location, on a terrace facing the sea; there are only two places in Salou where you can eat like this, Paseo Colon and the end of Paseo Miramar. The second is the quality, with an extensive menu specialising in rice and other dishes. Finally, the service is fantastic, well above what you'd expect in such a crowded tourist area.
This restaurant is about strong, direct flavors. It's based on Catalan and Spanish tradition but also adds a touch of Asian flair. You can find things like ceviche, callos, fish, and meat, all as fresh as can be. We chose the Petit tasting menu and we left stuffed. The restaurant is very cute and inviting, the type of place where you could spend hours. The best part (aside from the food) was that you could talk shop with the owners, exchanging recipes, tips, and the life. They were really friendly.
Arcs Restaurant aims to be one of the top restaurants in Tarragona by putting a modern spin on old favorites. The homemade foie gras salad and gazpacho ice cream was the best dish that I tried. It’s one of those places where you just can’t stop eating and choosing what to order becomes a real dilemma. If you’re a fan of high cuisine, this is the place for you.
I spent this past weekend in Sant Salvador Platja with some friends and we went to eat at this restaurant. It’s located right on the beach in a building that dates back to 1780. We ate in what they called “the box,” a covered dining area that extends out over the sand of the beach.
The first thing I can say about this restaurant is that the servers are very nice. They took us to our reserved table immediately and soon brought us our menus and a small starter.
We ordered three plates to share: some bravas potatoes, baby cuttlefish, and some Catalan-style fried squid, all of which were delicious and well-presented. Then, we split a wonderful paella, teriyaki tuna (mmmm), and a sirloin steak.
My favorite part was the dessert. They brought out a large tray of homemade desserts and they all looked so tasty that it was tough to choose one! At the end of the meal, the chef came out and went to each table thanking the public and inquiring about their meal. It was really a nice touch.
If I had to make any complaint, I’d say that they didn’t serve us the paella when they brought it out, but rather left us to serve ourselves. It’s kind of a minor point, but still. All in all, it’s a place to repeat and made our trip Sant Salvador really worthwhile.