Excellent food, very attentive service- but a rather odd menu at first glance. We went on the flamenco night which was good, but you couldn't see much of the flamenco as it was a bit low down.
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The quality of the food was below par, compared to the pricing. The food (starter and main) looked very uninspired. Lots of salt and cooking oil. We wouldn't recommend eating here right now. The flamenco was cool to watch! But it didn't make up the...More
We had a light lunch in L'encarnacion and had a good look around the main dining area. Very old world and impressive. We booked for dinner next evening and really enjoyed the ambience and food. Entertainment was provided and was very Spanish. Built in 1904...More
We stumbled on this restaurant after much searching for a place to park near the sea in the very narrow crowded streets, we were delighted by the excellent position and views of the terrace restaurant. It also has an atmospheric courtyard inside. The service is...More
Basic breakfast (€3.70 42 people!) with lovely views, tapas at happy hour, and the weekly flamenco on Sunday nights - good place to eat drink and socialise. Recommend
It may be all about timing and I here the set menu here is good but the tapas we had was poor. There is a great seating area beside a little play park and a mariachi band on Wednesday night. The court yard inside is...More
Went here and had the menu del diaz which was lovely ........ please beware that it is not "one" choice of starter its all of them that you get...... so remember to leave yourself room for your main and desert ......lol Lovely food and great...More