We popped in for lunch , situated along the strip , Decor bit dated . Food was good but very expensive for what it’s is .
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This was the third restaurant we visited along this strip Although this was the best food along this strip, gazpacho and fish of the day with canarian potatoes, the service was very poor. Such a shame as it is the service is what attracts us...More
Excellent food and drink, outstanding hospitallity from the owner, Alasandro, a true gentleman, children made very welcome, wasn't you Jesse!!! Nothing to much trouble. Cannot recommend it highly enough.
We visited here while staying AI at the Gloria Palace in San Agustin. Perfect choice Our party of five had 2 x garlic bread four mains, three desserts, a litre of sangria and five soft drinks. We were given complimentary Spanish omelette and bread with...More
We went twice. Had Mixed Paella for dinner then pizzas for lunch. The paella was 32 euros for 2 and there was easily enough for four hungry people. The Pizzas were 15 euros each and were OK. At the time we went 15 euros was...More
ate here many times over the years but standards seem to have dropped, service was poor, food was awful and prices seem to have risen sharply.
Food was good and portions were big, even for the 12 euro menu. Pizza was ok, fish was tasty and well cooked, salad was fresh. The service was really good, they served us a Spanish omelette for free as a starter and a refreshing banana...More
I am pretty laid back about slightly less than tip-top service at a place of this type (it is down a pedestrian walkway just back from the beach) but I can honestly say this place was among the worst I have been to anywhere in...More
Wandered in after our restaurant of choice was full and less than hospitable about us waiting for a table. After a short walk we wandered into La Bodega. Not wanting to overfill ourselves, as we had done on many previous nights at other restaurants, we...More
Lovely lunch service, very friendly, wonderful paella very tasty, nice garlic breads, complementary water & tomatos. Nice to have semi authentic place in total tourist zone- a real treat to see a massive tuna delivered to the kitchen from the local fish monger! Only annoying...More