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    Restaurante Bar La Parada: Moved!

    by Matya_Dio Updated Aug 13, 2005

    Just opened in July 2005, this place is new, fresh and enthusiastic.
    The owner used to run El Pasaje, the tapas bar.

    Again, too much light for my taste, I like the eateries to be dark and demure and duskily evocative.

    Hell, I'm over thirty, don't want everyone to see my creased wrinkles in the sharp light!

    Food is purely excellent, I definitelly recommend this one, staff is great and efficient, kids love it there.

    The front terrace is a definite plus.

    Favorite Dish: Excellent seafood, try Gambas Pil-Pil.

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    Restaurante Pizzeria Frutti di Mare: Finally a pizzeria

    by Matya_Dio Written Aug 13, 2005

    Much desired!

    New place, hence very clean and decent.

    Too much light for my personal taste, but otherwise great.
    Italian wines, Italian food from salads through pizzas, pastas, rice, meats to sweets.

    Efficient service, good food.

    My kids love it.

    Favorite Dish: Garlic Bread and Pizza Roquefort

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    Bar Central: A meal on the town square

    by Matya_Dio Updated Aug 13, 2005

    This a small very typical Spanish bar serving food.

    Most popular during the summer, when the locals and tourists alike sit outside in front of the town hall, on the small plant wrapped square and devour the tapas, drinks or the food.

    Unbeatable athmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: Tapas.

    10 ice creams, 2 coffees 6 Euros!
    Wow.

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    Casa Me?o: Young, fresh and colourful.

    by Matya_Dio Updated Mar 27, 2005

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    This a very small bar-restaurant in Almogia, the only one with a decent design and decor.

    Any other place just relies on the owner's tacky taste in interior design.

    The owner of Casa Me?o actually employed an interior designer do do his place up.

    Well worth the effort.

    The place is colourful, and has a nice feel.

    The only draw back is that every one wants to be in at the same time, so it tends to be very very busy as it is a very small place.

    You can eat tapas or raciones, you can even have a full meal.

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    Bar- Venta "El Coco": Roast chicken!

    by Matya_Dio Written Mar 26, 2005

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    Coco is a local eatery populated by the nimiad of resident builders, who stop here to have their breakfasts and eleven o clock snack time break. (Unless the wifes packed them a sandwich!)

    You can pretty much eat here every day, with the exception of Monday, when it's closed.

    Lunches are simple peasant affairs, very very cheap and very tasty too.

    Tapas is also available.

    On Saturdays and Sundays you can order a roast chicken and chips to take away, otherwise you can also eat in.

    Nice seafood dishes.

    It can get very very busy during weekends, when everyone fights to eat on the terrace.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken for my kids, as a non meat eater I always settle for a salad and chips, soups, roast vegetables...

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    Bar - Venta "La Loma": Rushed meal, but as cheap as it gets

    by Matya_Dio Written Mar 26, 2005

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    This is the main street's 'main' bar-venta-eatery.

    The lunches are dirt cheap, I think they cost around 5-6 Euros per person, this includes the three courses and a drink.

    The only drawback is that your main course will arive whilst you are begining to eat your starter, so eat up fast!

    But - I suppose that for this value you can really complain about the rushed meal.

    Favorite Dish: La Loma does breakfasts from early morning, set meals at lunch times and menu at dinner time.

    You can also get a tapas through the day or raciones, if you want a bit more than a tapas.

    Sandwiches through the day are tasty too.

    During the summer the populace eats on the roof terrace.

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