There are two restaurants on the same site which can be confusing! The Mirador Roqueo is 20 metres down from Roquero restaurant and perched on the cliff. Both enjoy great views out to sea and along the coast. In winter they alternate being open and closed so you need to check if you have a preference. The Mirador arguably has the better views although the upstairs section of Roqueo gives a higher perspective as well as being a bit "smarter".
Both offer perfect meat and fish dishes with a pricetag reflecting the weight but expect to pay 15-30 euros for a main course.The ambience and quality is a step up from most restaurants in the area. If it helps I could wear jeans in the Mirador but hesitate to do the same in Roqueo.Obviously if one is open and the other closed you don't have a choice but that's only during the winter.
Both offer firstclass tapas as well as sitdown meals and expect to pay 2 euros a tapa.
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