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    El Nino: Spanish flavour at El Nino

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Spanish Restaurant
    I cannot comment on the food here as I only popped in for a drink. But every night (winter) the restaurant seemed very busy. You get a propper Spanish flavour at this place with the hams hanging up (and not just for show). The decor is very Adalucian. and very comfortable looking.

    Beer here is Alhambra - Very nice.

    Favorite Dish: As I say, I only popped in for a drink but a very nice few glasses of Alhambra beer was consumed.

    Disabled notes:
    Steps inside. Not good for wheelchairs.

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    Big Al's (La Torna): La Torna for good English food

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    Big Al's (La Torna)

    English Cafe - Bar A wide sellection of food is available here, from Bangers and mash to Roast Sunday lunches. Tea and coffee can also be taken here along, of course, with draught San Miguel etc.

    Whilst this is listed as a restaurant, everyone is perfectly welcome to drop in just for a beer or coffee or pot of tea.

    La Torna has just changed hands (Summer 2005) but the tradition of good food is carried on by the new owners and will continue to be known as Big Al's.

    There is a covered terrace to the side where drinks and meals can be consumed al fresco. Waiter service to all tables is available.

    San Miguel on draught here.

    Favorite Dish: My personal favourite is Steak in Ale pie. It is reasonably priced and you will not go away hungry.

    Disabled notes:
    Level access and refitted toilets.

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    A taste of India: A Taste of India is good Indian food.

    by Pauldelabar Updated Nov 18, 2005

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    A Taste of India

    Indian Restaurant
    An excellent menu sellection in comfortable surroundings. There is a patio to eat outside in warmer weather. You don't feel crammed in. There is ample space between tables. The food is very good and moderately priced. I eat there a lot and could recommend it to anyone who likes Indian food.

    Fully licensed.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Dupiaza is my favourite dish, but all the other meals I have had there are eqally as good. Booking in advance is not usually necessary, but this is a popular restaurant.

    Disabled notes:
    Steps up from the pavement.

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    Meson de Antonio: Traditional Spanish Restaurant

    by amapola66 Written Mar 2, 2005

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    At last, I remembered the name of the place. This is one of our favourite restaurants in Nerja and a place where you can eat with the locals. When the Small Person was even smaller, 'Antonio' popped her into a high chair in the kitchen with his own brood of small people, so we could enjoy our meal in peace (She was in full view of us, but with other small people, so she wasn't bored). Fantastic! She was dutifully brought back (smiling away) happily, for deserts.

    Natuarally, I like Spanish food and this place does great tapas.It is also reasonably priced.

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    Ayo's: Paella on the beach

    by amapola66 Updated Mar 2, 2005

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    The Infamous Ayo's

    Burriana beach is lined with beachside restaurants, the most famous being Ayo's, who provide the vision of Paella being cooked in huge pans over open log fires, catering for up to 100 people at a time. Spanish families flock here on Sunday lunchtimes. Ayo himself has become something of a celebrity having been featured on holiday programmes. He is always happy to have a chat about the cooking of paella and apparently, was one of the original young lads to discover the Caves of Nerja.

    It is open during the whole year, from the morning until the evening.

    An experience not to be missed.

    Favorite Dish: Paella (pronounced 'pie-ell-ya' in phonic English !) - can come in different varieties. I usually opt for a seafood paella. It is delicious and very filling.
    A portion costs just €4.80

    There is also a reasonably priced menu for other Spanish food.

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    THE ROUND BAR.: Tapas in Nerja Old Town

    by amapola66 Updated Feb 20, 2005

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    Tapas

    Frequented by locals and tourists alike, you will find the Round Bar in the old part of town on Calle Glora . It is a great Andalucian bistro type place serving value for money good quality food. Often, if you just call in for a drink you can be served with a complimentary Tapas.

    Sometimes,we just intended to pop in for a quick beer, but the tapas (set around a circular bar) were just too tempting and we stayed much longer.

    Although obviously contemporary in decor, this bar reminds me of old Spanish style place in the way that you are charged a rough amount for what you have eaten or drunk.. A beer is the price of a beer, but when you start eating the tapas, the price of the beer seems to go down, (or quite often, completely disappear)! Our bills were always unexpectably low here.

    A good variety of tapas were available, for veggy, fish or meat eaters alike, and much to my delight, they nearly always had 'Boquerones Fritos' available - Yum!
    Dishes are typically available in different sizes, tapa or raciones or a large plate.

    Recommended, (although, as it was so busy in May, I expect the summer could be rather hard to grab a stool).

    Favorite Dish: Boquerones (fried, not in vinegar) and often hard to find elsewhere.

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    Casa Luque: Creative Spanish & International Food. Great Tapas

    by amapola66 Updated Feb 5, 2005

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    Gazpacho Soup

    We ate in this stylish and spotlessly clean restaurant and it was most enjoyable. The food was good, beautifully and creatively presented. Their gazpacho (a cold, Spanish soup which is very refreshing), was particularly wonderful .

    We noticed the tapas looked particularly good and returned the following day, for lunch in the bar and we weren't dissappointed. When we return to Nerja, Casa Luque will definitely be a regular lunch spot, although evening dining is a little more expensive.

    Put this on your Nerja restaurant list for a spceial meal out, in your nicer clothes.

    In warm weather there is a lovely garden overlooking the sea.

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    Casa Luque: great tapas

    by jac_n_chic Written Dec 30, 2003

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    you can sit at the small round tables and take in some tapas, or sit down in the restaurant for a full 3 course meal
    their menu is definately posh Spanish

    Favorite Dish: their white gazpacho soup was wonderful, full of the flavour of almonds, oils and balsamic vinegar and a couple of hidden raisins too!

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    Our Hotel Balcony: Table for Two Overlooking The Ocean

    by cwest03 Written Jul 28, 2003

    We made full use of our hotel balcony at the Balcon de Europa Hotel and brought our meal from Palacio del Pollo Asado back to our room. This was probably our best view during a meal on our trip and it didn't cost an arm and a leg.

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    Palacio del Pollo Asado: Dancing Chicken

    by cwest03 Written Jul 28, 2003

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    Are you looking for something to bring down to the beach for a picnic? Want a good hot meal but don't want to spend a lot of euros? If this is the case bring yourself over to Palacio del Pollo Asado for a fresh hot roasted chicken meal. For just €9 you can get a whole fresh roast chicken right off of the spit in addition to home made potatoes and dipping sauce (ali-oli or hot and spicy). For a bit more you can add a cold beer or soda from their refrigerator. There also sell other variations on the meal as well as 1/2 chickens all for very reasonable prices.

    This was a great meal to take back to our hotel balcony overlooking the ocean.

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    Restaurante Sevillano: Enjoy Some Local Cuisine On a Rooftop Balcony

    by cwest03 Written Jul 26, 2003

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    We selected this restaurant over the dozens of other choices because they happened to have tomato soup on the menu. It was very good by the way. Restaurante Sevillano offers street side seating in addition to two floors of indoor seating and a rooftop patio. The restaurant is fairly small but they sure do pack visitors in. They offer an "early bird" special (as many of the local restaurants do) that is about €20 and comes with a starter, main course, desert and a bottle of wine. It's a great deal but as I recall it's only valid until about 8:30p.

    Service is friendly and you're likely to find at least one of the wait staff speaking English if you don't speak Spanish. English menus are also available.

    Favorite Dish: The hake in champagne sauce is very good and is highly recommended. For a starter I would also recommend the tomato soup which has a hint of bell pepper if I'm not mistaken. Also add a nice bottle of wine to your meal from their decent wine list. Finally leave some room for the fresh strawberries with whipped cream.

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    PIZZERIA: LA STRADA

    by Carmela71 Updated Jul 4, 2003

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    Sandra and Carmen

    It is close to the pubs area.. (as usual i know how to go, but never remeber the names lol)

    Favorite Dish: is a nice pasta palce, but nothing special, apart of ebing close to the area of going out, our friends house and our hostal, so enough reasons to go.

    Also i think that a palce that locals go, must be good, and most of the people there, were locals...

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    Again at La Strada

    by Carmela71 Updated Jul 4, 2003

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    Sandra, pla y yo

    here we are the 3 mosqueters, friends from Uni, that still we keep in contact as often as when can.

    Placido lives ther, and has his own pub, so it is great to be there, enjoying good music (he is and will be always my favorite discjockey, as to locals about Plax)

    Sandra and me always willing to go there and have fun!!

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  • Ayos - Burriana Beach: Paella on the beach

    by CHELSEAWIN Updated Apr 17, 2003

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    The best value lunch freshley cooked Paella in a great setting on Burriana Beach. It is very cheap and if you are still hungry you can go back for more!
    The best day to go is on a Sunday when all the locals visit.

    Favorite Dish: Paella

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    Cuevas De Nerja.: Go try their Paella.

    by Waalewiener Written Nov 25, 2002

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    This restaurant is beautiful located
    right near the Nerja Cave exit ,it has a great vieuw and you can dine inside or outside on a balcony.

    Favorite Dish: We had the ''Paella''a very well known
    Spanish dish , it was very good .The service was good also.
    Great atmosphere in the place.

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