It is a franchise. There is another one on the Las Marinas Beach road. Did not like it very much. Service was not good.
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We opted for the €10 Menu del Dia. Great value. Pasta salad as a starter. Lasagne for mains. Flan for dessert and a drink. Food nothing to shout about but it filled us. Situated on a nice tree lined street.
We decided to try Meson de Sureno out of countless other restaurants to take lunch yesterday whilst enjoying a day out with my partners friends. Within a few seconds of walking into a restaurant you just know whether it's going to be ok or not,...More
Limited menu of tapas. Food arrived very slow. Ordered 5 tapas but only 3 arrived. There was a 15mins wait for the other 2 by which time we not our appetite. Slow, grumpy and uninterested waiter. Wish we had gone to the tapas alley which...More
The food was absolutely awful. I had onion soup, which I swear was a can of minestrone soup with some diced onions added, or just a poor tin of soup. Main was 'escalope milanaise' which was about 1mm thick, breaded and cremated, literally black in...More
The bar is situated right in the centre of town and the staff are friendly and courteous. The food is value for money and a good introduction into Tapas. Would visit again.
On a quiet Wednesday in March, it took almost 1 hr for 6 tapas plates. When they did arrive they were very greasy. When we asked the waiter when we were likely to receive the food he was embarrassed as we had obviously been forgotten...More
We came upon this family run restaurant by chance and decided to give it a try. We opted for the 10 euro menu del dia. The starters were delicious. A selection of fried fish and gazpacho.The mains did not disappoint.The beef cheeks were flavousome as...More
It is impossible for anyone living in Dénia not to have frequented most of the bars in the charismatic main street of the town (Marques de Campo). We have only ever taken the odd beer or glass of wine there previously until we went tonight...More