This restaurant has a beautiful setting towards the far end of the beach closer to Cerro Gordo. I was first treated to a delicious tapa of cheese and tomato when I first went here with a friend from New Zealand. The waiter, who is from the family that own & work this place, told us that the cheese was from New Zealand when we asked where this delicious cheese hailed from. He was teasing, of course it was Spanish, but we almost fell for his humour.
From this night onwards, I must say I have never tried more than the Gambas Pil Pil. Reason being, after many years of living in Spain, I have tried garlic/chilli prawns in many locations nationwide.
I can assure every reader of Trip Advisor, you will struggle to find prawns with this level of perfection of garlic and chilli anywhere in the world, let alone elsewhere in Spain!
Worth a trip to the pretty horseshoe bay known as 'La Herradura' just to go and eat these prawns. They are not expensive at around €12 and one plate can be shared between two. A salad is about €3.50, again, not expensive or fancy, but fresh and good.
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