Very traditional, proprietor of exquisite marine cuisine and located in a superb corner of the port of Ciutadella, Café Balear is an institution in Menorca.
Created in the seventies, the Café was at first a tavern, where sailors gathered early before heading out to sea. Today it is a benchmark in fine dining: Every day they prepare delicacies from the daily catches of 'Rosa Santa', the restaurants own boat. Dishes such as arroz caldoso (mix between paella and soup) with langoustine, monkfish and shrimp stew, or Menorca fresh fish, unforgettable.
It really surprised me and I recommend it. It is a good place to eat!
They have art exhibits on the walls and the dishes are also art and very tasty. The price is great. Art & food! It's been a very nice and delicious experience!
I followed Lala2's recommendation and I went to eat at "Bar Lobo" with my boyfriend. Everything was delicious: tuna tataki with guacamole, asparagus tempura with Romescu (tomato and pepper sauce), assortment of tomatoes, toast of roastbeef with roquefort and walnut sauce and "croquetas." Just to say something negative, they forgot to give us bread even though we didn't need it and the dessert was quite expensive (6€ for two scoops of ice-cream!).
The place was very nice. We went inside because it was really hot outside. I loved the decoration with the high roof and very quiet background music. The waiters were really attentive. I highly recommend this place! Maybe one of the best we tried during our four days in Barcelona. Price including drinks and shared dessert: 48,80€
We were lucky enough to find this restaurant in the background. We even got to see how to broach the sardines and how the clams were cooked (we went to the kitchen). Later, I can say that the result was excellent. We ate a little of everything: Sardines (10), shrimp totillas (July 1), calamari (delicious), anchovies (scandal) ... Of course, if you go, you must order the sardines. I've been to a couple or three sites in Pedregalejo and this certainly takes the cake.
Very beautiful restaurant located in the middle of the eixample of Barcelona. Mediterranean dishes for incredible prices. I discovered this restaurant last Friday with my colleagues whom I was socializing with after a hard day's word.
The service is very good, we immediately connected with the personnel, they advise you very well. They have a set meal for 9.95€ with everything included, without a bad last minute surprise, but you especially enjoy the lovely, very cute and friendly place. Comfortable, 100% adapted for handicapped people. Exquisite decoration.
The price surprised us since the quality of the dishes is exceptional for a set meal, with the right quantity and original. The wine that goes with the set meal is interesting. If you are in Barcelona, write this place down on your agenda since it is also located in one of the most "chic" areas of Barcelona. They have a terrace outside. I will go back since it also looks very romantic at night ;)
Thanks to one of your comments we decided to try the Antonio restaurant, located between Zahara and Atlanterra. It’s a very good restaurant with views of the beach.
There are quality options on the menu and the service is very attentive. I highly recommend the tuna mignon. It’s a good idea to reserve a table in advance and not to go in a swimming suite.
On the beach of Burriana is this fantastic beach bar. They have the best paella. For € 6.5 you eat a plate and you can have more if you want to. Also very tasty. Pink rations and fish fry are sized biblical proportion. You can not go to nerja and not visit this place
La Claudia has been the restaurant of reference in Altea’s old town for years, both in terms of the originality of the menu as well as the terrace, which is one of the best in town.
The interior of the restaurant is surprisingly cozy. The tables aren’t too close together and you can usually reserve an intimate corner table if you call ahead of time. The menu is made up of dishes cooked in the French “bistro” style, with the daily options written in chalk on the walls. The menu often changes, but the waiters are always ready to help you with recommendations. However, the impressive terrace is definitely the selling point. There’s no better place to be in summer.
I’d like to give a special shout out to Joaquina, who made us feel right at home.
The Bar Restaurant Nord Est is a spacious local watering hole with cocktails, juices, wine and tapas. It's very nice to sit on the terrace that overlooks the harbor and enjoy a good mojito, or Bloody Mary, or in my case, a kiwi juice. Also, inside the room it's very nice and decorated with some plants and there's a large window to see the ocean. They also tend to host small exhibitions for local artists. Inside there's a small boutique with handmade crafts and clothing.
Cumbres Inn is a spectacular site where you can enjoy tapas at a very affordable price and apprecaite great quality. Pringá Montadito, meatballs with blue cheese. There's always lots of people but find a gap and they'll serve you as quick as they can. A really highly recommended, I go back every summer.
While I usually ignore the fads of the restaurant world, I’ve got nothing but good things to say about this place. Let me explain. This is one of Madrid’s trendiest restaurants. One of those places that everyone talks about and wants to go to, but that isn’t so easy to get a reservation in. In fact, getting a reservation is an out-and-out fight. But how is the restaurant? 10 out of 10.
It’s divided, as I understood it, into two parts: an informal bar area and then a more formal restaurant. The decoration and atmosphere are perfect to allow you to focus on what the restaurant does best: the food. I left with the sensation that you could order anything and be happy with it. Here I tried one of the most delicious dishes of my life: the semolina risotto with truffles, a spectacular plate that left me craving three or four more! I won’t explain the sensation (I don’t want to ruin the surprise) but I’ll leave it at “it’s worth the visit.” We also tried the artichoke lasagna, a superb dish, and the ox-tail sliders, even more tender and delicious than the sliders at La Morgana. We also ordered (we were a big group) the steak tartar which had just the right amount of spice. The only thing we weren’t wild about was the couscous. But, with a few slight adjustments, it’ll be out of this world.
The desserts….wow….they deserve their own paragraph. We ordered three and then ordered three more! We had the Ten con Ten cheesecake (tremendous), home-style apple pie, and chocolate á la Reina (if I remember correctly). All incredible.
A perfect place for a special occasion.
If you are looking for quality, this restaurant is not it. There are a variety of tapas, and the price is not bad, but when you eat you notice that all the dishes have been reheated in the microwave, to have a "weird" taste in the flesh ... What is cheap seems expensive.
A restaurant on Fontanilla beach in Conil. The tuna and clams are impressive, and the desserts are great...the prawns too. We still haven't tried the giant scarlet prawns (carabineros). Overall, would rate this place a 9. Highly recommended.
This restaurant in Barbate is an exponent of quintessential bluefin tuna. You can taste it in many and varied forms and the signature dish is el morrillo a la plancha. Exquisite tuna with onions, contramormo, semimojama toast and tuna kebabs. A must in the Barbate area, it is the temple of the tuna.
A family restaurant, cozy and very well-kept. In Urbanova, near the airport of Alicante. You can find traditional Mediterranean cuisine there. Our wine list is extensive and highly recommended to its customers.