Love this place! The tuna tartar is amazing. Very busy during summer and then it is needed to book table upfront. Service is also great!!
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Went here with two other couples and had a very good time. I recommend the tuna menu, it's relatively cheap (€25 per person) and included about four tuna dishes plus dessert, so plenty of food. Nice atmosphere, good service, after dinner we went out in...More
enjoyed the garden. a bit buggy, but nice. the tuna tasting menu was suprisingly a good deal, fresh and can tell there is an attempt to give a bit of inspiration to the otherwise bland and underwhelming southern Spanish cuisine.
We were made to wait a very long time for drinks and food. Although we were in a big group, the place was mostly empty, and it shouldn't take 30 minutes just to get drinks. All of our food was good, but one person in...More
The food here is simply amazing. If you are looking for something to eat to try a different culinary experience or different tastes for you palate, then you must try this restaurant. My wife and I ordered three different Tapas and was enough for both...More
El Laul is visibly an upscale locale that has aged and not kept up. There is plenty of space and nice seating inside and outside with linen and glasses. The food is not the traditional spanish, i.e., the roasted red bell pepper / goat cheese...More
We went as two couples to this nicely situated place. My friend goes here regularly. Very reasonable tasting menu of local delights: partridge salad, merluza (hake) hueva (eggs in its. sac) with scrambled eggs, delicious main entree fish dish (merluza as well), meat entree (pork...More
It is not easy to combine price and true class, but the owners of this restaurant achieved it. The food is excellent, fresh and cooked to perfection. The service impeccable, friendly and professional. The prices are reasonable, without being "cheap," because quality doesn't come for...More
We have been using this restaurant since it opened. It is by far and away best dining experience on the road between El Puerto and Rota. The menu changes regularly and the chief is clearly very well trained and not afraid to make daring choices....More