We were told that this restaurant was "the pearl of Zafra". We were disappointed. The dishes were too big and not so culinary as expected. People who are very hungry can be very happy here.
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Pulled off the motorway on the way to Seville for lunch. Found this place on TA. It is down a little street, it has very good reviews. The restaurant is very Spanish with little English. However the service was great. They do have a menu...More
Small restaurant with nice dining area. Enough dishes to choose. Don't hesitate to ask for sharing your first course. We had the 'stifado de rabo de toro', which was wel prepared but quite salty to my taste. We had wine by the glass which was...More
We had dinner one evening in La Rebotica. We were very well looked after by the young couple who run it and found the food and wine to be excellent and different from the run of good restaurants and tapas bars in this delightful town.
My wife chose this restaurant as it was rated #1. We got there at 8:45 and were the first ones in the place. Next customers arrived at 10:00pm. Waiter was friendly and attentive but did not speak English. Food was typical Spanish but presented like...More
Whilst there is very little English spoken although there is a curious English translation of the menu, this was easily made up for by such helpful service and assistance. The standard of food preparation and presentation were excellent, an amuse bouchée unexpectedly presented and altogether...More
This is not a large restaurant and you may miss it when you drive by. There is no parking on the street where the restaurant is located, but you should be able to find a spot near by. We were there on a Sunday and...More
Unfortunately this review is only going to raise future diners expectations. My wife and I enjoyed a wonderful meal here. We can only concur with all the complimentary comments already written about this restaurant. The steak was extraordinary good and the wild boar - jabalí,...More
Zafra is a delightful town and well worth a visit. We were there for three days, so opted on one occasion for dinner at La Rebotica. I booked for 8.30p.m and arrived five minutes before, to find that the restaurant was locked and barred. Knowing...More
Fine dining, Spanish tapas with a modern presentation. Very helpful staff who helped translating the spanish menu into English. I strongly recommend the scallops, the prawn salad and the foie gras. We discovered the incredible acorn liquor which I also recommend to end a memorable...More