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    the hideaway: great steaks in torrox costa

    by j.parry1 Written Oct 17, 2008

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    tucked away behind the prom at the lighthouse end of the beach at torrox costa. very intimate and friendly. ran by an englishman and his swedish partner.all of the food is home cooked and fresh. the owners are very friendly and interacted with the clients, we must of spent an hour chatting about diferent things. as i have said all of the food is fresh and the menu extensive, inc specials of the day etc, a must visit if you are in torrox.

    Favorite Dish: i had fillet steak in a wild mushroom sauce, the steak was not small by any means, and the fresh veg were great, followed by apple pie and real custard (i know im a bit boring, but i love my trad puds) there were many more exotic choices right acroos the menu

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  • Sabor de Amor: Wow those Fishcakes!

    by daveoneill Updated Jun 24, 2008

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    A small restaurant run by a Dutch couple who spent a lot of time in Thailand ,which has influenced their cooking. Meals are freshly prepared, delicious and incredibly cheap. 8 Thai fishcakes with 2 dipping sauces for 4 euro. They were gorgeous. We only found it on our last night otherwise I could comment on other dishes. We will return to Nerja and definitely to this address! The house white wine was only 8 Euro and very palatable.SORRY GUYS WHEN BACK IN NERJA RECENTLY(MAY2008) SADLY DISCOVERED RESTAURANT DID NOT SURVIVE THE WINTER...VERY SAD AS IT WAS REALLY GOOD..AH WELL RESEARCH WILL CONTINUE !!

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  • White Truffle: The Pork leg is huge

    by daveoneill Updated Jun 24, 2008

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    Lovely ambience. Youare invited to sit on comfy couches to lookat the menu beside lovely cuddly toys! Prices are reasonable. I started with a tasy Mushroom Risotto followed by herb crusted rack of Lamb.Mint sauce offered. The thyme was from their own garden. The dish was tasty and there was a vast amount of meat! My wife had soup ,fresh and tasty followed by the pork knuckle. It was huge and carved by the chef at the table, plenty of crackling and succulent pork. She was unable to finish it. Apple sauce provided. UPDATE back in Nerja in May 2008...Restaurant has changed hands...VERDICT....good but different

    Favorite Dish: Definitely try the Pork or Lamb. Service is naturally relaxed as all dishes are freshly prepared. The two ladies who run the restaraunt are charming and friendly. We tried to return but it was closed for a few days holidays....well deserved.

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    REDONDO ROUND BAR: TRADITIONAL TAPAS

    by LoriPori Written Mar 3, 2008

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    One of Placido's restaurants is the REDONDO ROUND BAR. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, the Redondo features Tapas set in dishes around a circular bar with cozy booths surrounding the bar. The Tapas looked and smelled delicious.

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  • Rocky 2: Very slow but lovely people!!

    by Lovesagoodtan Written Jan 23, 2008

    The food was nice, when I eventually got it!! I ordered a jacket potato and all my companions were almost finished there food when I went and enquired about mine and I was told the potato was bad in the sentre did I want another so I sed well yes!! I got my food quite late after waiting half an hour for everyone else to recieve theres! And we didnt even get half the side orders!!

    Favorite Dish: The one good thing was the chocolate waffles!! It is a must try in Nerja! Very sweet to taste but very delightful!

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    The White Truffle: Great Home Cooking - English Spoken Here!

    by mdenton Written Jul 8, 2007

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    White Truffle Restaurant
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    Fabulous food as well as a first class presentation. All dishes are properly plated and the food is fresh and good. Servers are friendly and very efficient. A little off the main drag but very easy to find and only a ten minute stroll from the Balcon De Europa. This restaurant was started in October 2006 by two British ladies that are doing an outstanding job at providing a wonderful dining experience at a fair price. We ate there two nights on a three night stay in Nerja and almost went back the third night, but had a craving for pizza. We were really made to feel comfortable and the ambiance was very friendly.

    Favorite Dish: Had the three course menu of the day that was a fine mixed salad, chicken fettucini, and choice of dessert. Second time we tried the Sunday lunch special and chose an avocado w/blue cheese, roast of pork, roasted new potatoes and a dessert. It was all very tasty and the prices weere incredibly low considering the quality of food, service and ambiance. The meals came with warm bread and a free brandy presented with the check. Prices were 13 Euro each not including the wine. Check out this place, you won't be sorry.

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  • Sevillano's: A Tight Fit, But Worth It!

    by fender1 Written Feb 28, 2007

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    In a great location just past the round bar, this is a great little place to eat, which gets very busy. We struggled to get a table for 2, all tables outside & upstairs on the balcony were taken - however they did accommodate us just next to the bar, on a little table sort of squeezed in there. Normally this would tick me off a little bit, however the place was so cosy, warm, convivial, friendly staff, great service & great food.

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    La 4 Esquinos Cafe: Best Churros and Coffee in Town

    by jaygee Written Dec 8, 2006

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    The churros in La 4 Esquinos Café are the best in Nerja. The hot chocolate is divine, extremely thick and chocolately. The coffee is pretty good too.

    This café is well used by Spanish locals and Spanish tourists providing a noisy but great atmosphere.

    It's also very cheap. The churros are served up to 12.00 noon.

    Favorite Dish: Churros and hot chocolate.

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    the CODFATHER: Fish and chips and beer

    by jakonotorious Written Mar 16, 2006

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    Fish and chips and beer. Well, what else, oh yes ...fish and chips and beer. I know when one is removed from ones usual habitat one should partake of the local culinary delight. So what! Sometimes you just want fish and chips and beer. Probably had more fish and chips and beer in here than I do at home. It's really good. Great value, very friendly, and simply splendid chish and fips!

    Favorite Dish: Fish and Chips and beer

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    AYO (and other Burriana restaurants): Dining on Beach

    by kucha Updated Feb 3, 2006

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    A trip to Playa Burriana would not be complete without a trip down the boardwalk to AYO, a good paella restaruant that's been around for more than 20 years. The restaruant used to be out on the beach itself and was quite rustic. It is now back about 20 yards and a bit more refined, serving delicious paella and seafood under a shady canopy.

    Best of all, still working the paella pans each morning and afternoon is one of the founders of the Cave of Nerja. We sat down and spoke to him about his adventures back in the late 1950's and spoke long enough to get him to bring out a beautiful photo album of he and his friends exploring the dramatic cave in those early days.

    However, we never had a bad meal at the beach restaurants. Try a different one each day and compare the fresh grilled catch of the day. The guys all know how to barbecue a fish!!

    Favorite Dish: Paella, sangria and fresh caught fish of the day!

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    Thelma's Kitchen.: Goan cuisine.

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Thelma's Kitchen is just out of Nerja at the El Zoco complex. This is only a small restaurant but the food is great. Th efood is cooked fresh so you may have to wait a little longer than in the ordinary Indian restaurant.

    There are only a few tables inside but there is an extra area for eating outside under a canopy in the summer.

    There is a reasonably sized area for parking but it does get filled up quickly.

    Favorite Dish: Goan Chicken is the best I have ever tasted.

    Disabled notes:
    Many steps at 'El Zoco', so not good for wheelchairs.

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    The Dragon Inn: More Chinese cuisine Dragon Inn style.

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Chinese Restaurant
    Another excellent Chinese restaurant is the Dragon Inn. Once again, all the usual things you expect to be on a Chinese menu are available.

    This restaurant is a bit smaller than the Chinese House but none the worse for this. Food is well presented and very good.

    Take away service is available here too.

    Fully licensed.

    Try it. You will not be dissapointed.

    Favorite Dish: Perfect ambience. All food is good, I would have to list the menu!

    Disabled notes:
    One step from the pavement then level inside.

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    China House.: Chinese cuisine at China House.

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Chinese Restaurant
    An excellent place to dine if you like Chinese food is Chinese House. This is a truly large and popular restaurant.

    All the usual Chinese items are on the menu plus a few more that you (certainly I) may not have heard of.

    For those who like to eat their Chinese at home, (for home read apartment or Villa), they do a take away service. (Last take away orders 11.45pm). They will also deliver.

    Fully licensed.

    Favorite Dish: Spare ribs, Beef Chow Mein, Chinese beef Curry, Chop Suey, Beef in Black bean sauce, Spring Rolls.........The list is endless and all good.

    One thing only. Sauces are a lot thinner than we are used to in the UK.
    This is not a reflection on this particular restaurant. All over Spain, Chinese sauces tend to be thin.

    Disabled notes:
    Level access but pavements very narrow for wheelchairs.

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    Pinocchio: Pinocchio for Italian Pizza

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Italian Pizzaria
    A lovely restaurant with rustic settings where you can eat inside or outside on the large terrace at the rear.
    A wide menu is available for you to choose from and eat indoors or under the stars in warm weather.

    Fully licensed

    Favorite Dish: Pizza Americano and many others.

    Disabled notes:
    Level access and level inside.

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    Havelli: More good Indian food at the Havelli

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Indian Restaurant
    Here is another excellent restaurant serving Indian quisine. When you first look into the place you may be forgiven for thinking that the place is empty, and I always recommend "do not eat in a resaurant with no people in it", however if you enter and walk through you will find how big the place actually is. Everyone, in warm weather, is outside at the rear dining underneath the stars by cadle light. A truly romantic and unforgetable experience.

    Fully licensed.

    Favorite Dish: On my last visit I ate meat Biriani, but have eaten many dishes here which are all good.

    Disabled notes:
    One step up then all level inside.

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