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Costa de Rota Restaurants

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    by designdcl Updated Aug 31, 2012

    Restaurant Badulaque, is a delicious place overlooking the sea. Local food with flair. Regional dishes and abroad. Traditional specialties with the fantasy of the new Spanish cuisine, recognized worldwide for its quality and fantasy.

    Favorite Dish: Me, my wife and friends, when we go to Badulaque, usually prefer have fish, which is always very fresh and well prepared.
    Octopus grilled using pineapple of Pines is a must. The soft and Aromatic resin pineapple flavor, Simply fantastic.
    Tuna Sashimi, (Bluefin tuna center prepared to order), is great too. Tuna fish come directly from the Barbate Alamadraba. You have several specialties to try like: Turban of Gilt-head bream, garlic grilled fish, stuffed with king prawns and fresh cream. Seafood Paella, or the stunning Calamari Black Rice. Etc.

    Ok, if you don't like fish, you still have plenty of possibilities:
    Tagliatelle al cartoccio (Baked-in-foil pasta with stir-fried seafood), Toasted bread with goat cheese and caramelized onions, Wellington sirloin (Pork cut with foie and ham in a puff pastry). Black pudding Nachos (Fried rice pudding with sweet peppers sauce, cheese and candied apple). Argentinean rib-eye steak...

    The restaurant offers a stunning selection of quality wines and spirits. I believe the most comprehensive of Rota. (Amazing red wines, premium Gins, matured Rons...)

    Desserts are ok, nothing specials though. But the coffe is Italian, made with an italian espresso machine.

    Anti-stress Creative tapas Nice view Selected spanish wines Local whites are ok too: Young, tasty & fresh
    Related to:
    • Beaches
    • Food and Dining
    • Wine Tasting

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Costa de Rota Nightlife

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    by jwilliams2005 Written Oct 20, 2005

    From downtown Rota, Spain to Jerez and Porta Santa Maria, there was always something to see or do. The Spanish people are very friendly and hospitable. I feel in love with calimare. It became my most favorite delicacy. The nightclubs open late and stay open all night long.

    Dress Code: Elegantly casual or after five. No jeans or sneakers.

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    Related to:
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Beaches
    • Food and Dining

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