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  • TAPAS

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Granada Restaurants

    I ducked into this place when I was soaked, chilly, desperate for something to get my blood sugar up and somewhere to get warm and dry out a bit. It was a bit of a find, and I am pleased I came across it. La Bella y La Bestia 1 is a tiny bar around halfway along Carrero Darro, the narrow street which runs alongside the river Darro towards...

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  • La Posada de Antonio

    3 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    CLOSE. LAST TIME I PAST THROUGH LA POSADA WAS CLOSE. LA POSADA DE ANTONIO WAS AT THE CENTER OF MALAGA IS NOT THE ONE OF ANTONIO BANDERAS. Big local with nice things for tapa. Very nice to have take a table and have a break while you have a good wine and a tapa chistorras pinchos morunos tortilla

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  • Casa Eladio

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    it was last minute deciusion to do the Friday dinner there at one of my favorite spots of Marbella, Corner fo the virgin. Eladio gave us an interesting menu, and also founded interesting to be in one of the oldest restaurants in Marbella. Eladio´s father opened a bar in 1961 and in 1965 opened the 3rd restaurant in Marbella, still open till...

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  • El Faro

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cadiz Restaurants

    We got ripped off at this prestigious restaurant. Planned a special dinner days ago, visiting their webpage and studying the elaborate "tasting menus". When we got to the restaurant and gleefully ordered menu number 2, we were informed that the tasting menus are only for groups of fifteen or more, even though the web makes no mention of this. The...

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  • Sociedad Plateros Maria Auxiliadora

    Córdoba Restaurants

    Es un lugar encantador para tomar un vino fino de la tierra de Cordoba, con un patio cordobés muy acogedor, merece la pena visitar y luego me decís si ha gustado. Como ya he dicho una cocina casera y de calidad y su relación calidad precio muy bueno. Lo recomiendo si estáis en Córdoba o pasáis por aquí hacer una paradita, espero que sirva de ayuda

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  • El Gallo Azul

    4 out of 5 stars

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    Situated on the first floor of a curious building, its quasi luxurious... All dishes we tasted where fery fine and tasty, fresh seafoods and fishes (Bacalao and turbot) well prepared. Good wines,not numerous but fine. A good adress

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  • Italiana Café

    Almuñécar Restaurants

    Great cafe in Almunecar, they have free wifi and a sunny terrace. Wonderful coffee I find it difficult to enjoy a latte macchiatto and this is one of my favourites. I strongly recommend this place, it's pretty busy during the weekend but you can chill having a pizza outside

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  • BODEGAS CASTAÑEDA

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Granada Restaurants

    We stayed in Granada for 2 nights and ate/drank at Antigua Bodega Castaneda both nights. The tapas was cheap and delicious, the beer cold and the local wine most drinkable! Tapas - Can't remember exactly what we ate, but it was good enough to go back for more of the same the next night!

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  • El Pimpi's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    I love this place - huge vaulted celings, flagstone floors and walls lined with enormous barrels signed by many literary greats. It's always buzzy here and sometimes has live music too. Food is limited, a few tapas dishes and a mixture of mini filled toasted rolls.

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  • Sol de Europa

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    Sunday May 7, VT Lunch Meeting at SOL DE EUROPA CAFETERIA Beach front restaurant close to most of the hotels. Starters: Soup or Salad or Gazpacho (chilled Andalalucian soup) Main course: Paella or Meat dish Coffee or Helado (ice cream) Cost per person 11 Euros

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  • Las Flores

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cadiz Restaurants

    This little tapas bar has a warm welcoming atmosphere as well as serving great tapas. It is named on the tapas route and has won awards for its standards. I have included a link to their web site which includes photos of the restaurant and food and a map. You can change the Language for the introduction and put it in English, but it seems the rest...

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  • Restaurant Gaitan

    3 out of 5 stars

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    On the recommendation of other VT members and our receptionist at our hotel we headed for Gaitan. It is handily located near the Tryp, however the long street is very narrow and fast traffic makes even the short walk nerve racking. The restaurant only had another table taken when we arrived without a booking. So we got a table immediately. It is...

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  • TEA ROOMS

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Granada Restaurants

    Teterias are Moorish style tea houses, where You can enjoy choosing a glass of aromatic herbal or fruit teas from the vast menu. I'd recently returned from 2 weeks in Morocco, and was missing my daily mint tea fix! I entered, and was shown to a room decorated in a Moroccan style - rich dark colours, lamps, low tables, settees, cushions,...

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  • Clandestino

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    This is a great funky restaurant in the centre of Málaga. Great staff and extra points to them for having the gluten free options clearly marked on the menu, hooray! Mushroom & langoustine risotto and the duck, quail egg & spinach salad are both delicious. And for dessert carpaccio of pineapple, fantastic!

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  • Tanguito

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    I was with a bunch of very happy people so of course the atmosphere was brilliant! Um bit of a cheat, we didn't actually eat there, more like tried to drink the place dry, but the drinks are so much cheaper than Britain! I had the house dry white which went down VERY well, thank you, it was not quite chilled to perfection, but none the less was...

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  • Cafeteria La Marina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cadiz Restaurants

    This place is the one to go for the churros, weird fried-dough pastry-based long stick type of thing snack that is sometimes referred to a Spanish doghnut. I doesn't look like doughnut and it ain't as sweet as a doughnut though. It isn't that great tasting on it's own, but apparently the Spanish eat them with hot chocolate that is served as a...

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  • Taberna La Alameda

    4 out of 5 stars

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    We returned to Taberna La Alameda in May 2006, intending to have a light lunch. The waiter knew his stuff though, and persuaded us to try their Paella de Mariscos at 7.50 euros each - and very good it was too ! There were prawns, king prawns, squid, mussels and other shelfish in it, all kept simmering hot in a big pan by the serving...

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  • LOS ITALIANOS

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Granada Restaurants

    Just in Gran Via in front of the cathedral... Do not miss it, the best ice creams... And you will see that most of the people that go there is locals..... I was shown this place ten years ago by a local..... and still enjoying it... UPDATES the last time I went to Granada this was closed. Maybe they are closed in winter and only open in summer,...

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  • CAfe Chinitas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    This restaurant is one of the most famous restaurants in Malaga serving good selection of quality local produce including the freshest of fish, seafood, tapas, quality black foot ham and a fine selection of wines. The decor is typically Andalucian and I have eaten in this establishment on a few occasions and have always enjoyed the great food and...

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  • POZO VIEJO CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    The Plaza was full of character, filled with well kept buildings and restaurants filled with tourists. El Pozo Viejo had regular dinner tables and higher bar stools/tables as well. The server was friendly and helpful about the menu. Tapas was served on a timely basis one after the other so we could enjoy each selection. The server was genuinely...

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  • Bar Juanito

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    Disappointing - the most expensive tapas (4.80E - I think, still looking for the receipt) while in Jerez and nothing memorable. My hotel mentioned that "...most of the food is precooked, which is fine when they are busy and not so good when they are not."

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  • VIA COLON

    3 out of 5 stars

    Granada Restaurants

    I ate in the lunch room on the Gran Via de Colon. There are light meals available for reasonable prices. Small tables, with highly decorated walls. Seating available at the bar too. The decor was a bit kitchy to my taste. There is an upscale restaurant attached. Also an outdoor patio - but the prices there were insane! Conveniently located near...

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  • Las Papas

    3 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    It's more like a burger but with some Spanish dishes like Potatoes and "Camperos". The location of the restaurant is superb, just steps from Museo Picasso and 2 minutes from the Cathedral and Plaza de la Merced. If you have no time to sit in a good restaurant and spend 2 hours 3 dishes meal, just take away something here, or if you are lucky sit in...

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  • Cañas y Tapas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    This is a chain specialised in tapas and other dishes, nice design of menu and decoration, for a light dinner or lunch (they have special offers for lunch time) We used to go a lot, but the last week, we founded a change of management, food was not as good as it used to be and we got sick the following day. We had not tried the one at the mall...

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  • Casetas at the Feria

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    Rows of bars or CASETAS line the parade areas. Basically these "bars" serve traditional Spanish dishes and are needed to feed the throngs of people that come to this Feria. As it was a very hot day, many also needed something to drink and rest. We all stopped at one Caseta for a bit to eat and drink. It was called Hdad. de la Coronacion. Carmen...

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  • BOCATTA

    Granada Restaurants

    i don't remember much about restaurants in granada, but if you want a quick snack then 'Boccata' is like a Spanish version of 'Subway'. Great range of sandwiches, any sort of fillings! Try the jamon serrano!

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  • Gorkis

    4 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    This is a tapas bar in the centre of Malaga, 2 mins walk from the Cathedral. The menu is extensive and includes some weird combinations - eg anchovies and condensed milk on toast....actually nicer than it sounds! The wine list is also huge, as are the glasses they serve it in. This is a great bar where you can people watch in the summer and huddle...

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  • LA PESQUERA

    2 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    There is a chain of restaurants called LA PESQUERA, that may be recomended by the receptionist at the hotel, but the service is awful, and the relation quality price is not very good Service is awful slowly, the come always twice to ask you things, and sometimes can be rude.... UPDATE Change of ownership, some fo them were bought by the actual...

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  • Mesa Redonda

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    I arrived 5 minutes before my reservation (9 pm) to find a dark restaurant  - sure enough 2 minutes later someone arrived, invited me inside, offered me a aperitif and then headed to the kitchen. I'm not sure which is worse, dining alone in a room filled with people or being the only person in the dining room - other people did start filtering in...

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  • La Teteria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Málaga Restaurants

    The street that conects the cathedral with Calle Granada just before arriving to the Picasso Musseum. It was one fo the first teterias (tea shops) to open in Malaga due to the popularity in Granada. i remember the first times we went while I was studying in Malaga as it was dificult to take my friends as none of them like tea, but I managed to go...

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  • DA PINO

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    Quiet a satisfactory restaurant for a small domestic restaurant. Food is well-cooked, none of the dishes was uneatable. The stuff is rather friendly, but not all of them understand english. I suppose that among the restaurants situated on Paseo Maritimo Da Pino is the best. Strongly recommend trying sorbet - it's really italian!

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  • El Almacen

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    My hotel mentioned that they have "tapas of the more unusual kind, like grilled artichokes with Pedro Ximenez dressing, aubergines in honey and tuna fish mousse.  You can't reserve a table..."  When I arrived on Sunday this place was open - being jetlagged I didn't connect this place with my list and every day afterward found it closed for lunch...

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  • XIN-XIN (Chinesse)

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    Hans and I went to RESTAURANTE CHINO XIN XIN twice, once with a group of VT'ers and once by ourself. Most of us had the Menu Del Dia which was a fantastic value at 4,75 Euro. First course choices : soup -Chinese Salad - Spring roll. Hans and I both had the Spring Roll which was very good. Second course choices : Fried rice with three delights (ham,...

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  • Cafe Bar Tutinaja

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    When it's time to take in a bit of nourishment, what I like to do is just walk around and see where the local crowd goes and join in. It’s hard to go wrong with a bit of Sherry and some Tapas. In this case it’s the Cafe Bar Tutinaja, but the city is filled with them.

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  • Churreria Ramon

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    I'm not sure of just which cafe we stopped at in the Plaza de los Naranjos, indeed we didn't even realize that there were multiple cafes serving the large area in the square until the VT walking tour happened by and we realized that we were at red tableclothed tables and that everyone else was at green tableclothed tables, fraternization with...

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  • El Reino de Leon

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    While the place is a bit rough around the edges the tapas were quite good - the sweetbreads (2.25E) with a sprinkling of salt were especially good. Other tapas tried: the jamon (2.60E), the octopus salad (2.25E), A couple glasses of fino sherry (1.80E) complemented the meal.  (Note:  when in Jerez order Fino, when in Sanlucar order Manzanilla)...

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  • El Asador de Los Olivos

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    Run by an Argentinian family living in Marbella, nice surroundings and friendly service. You can see the food being cooked over a large open fire and huge spits. My favourite food... meat... and plenty of it. We had the Parilla for two people, it consisted of roast beef, leg and steak, kidneys, Chorizo and Morcilla sausages, accompanied by a mixed...

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  • Chicguagua

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    I like Mexican food and as I live in Spain I normally take the opportunity to eat something different when I eat out. If you find the Spanish food too salty, too bland or just not to your tastes, don't worry you don't have to resort to bad quality food such as McDonald's, instead you can try this great little Mexican in Jerez. It is little and...

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  • Tomate & Co CLOSED

    3 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    A great little restaurant located right on the Marina at Puerto Banus. They had a great offer on... €14,95 for a two dish menu, starters and main course. The selection was great with about 20 items on the main course menu. Its very inexpensive for the area, where restaurants tend to be quite pricey. The staff were great, taking every effort to...

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  • La Abaceria

    Jerez de la Frontera Restaurants

    "...you can sit outside at lunchtime in a pretty square and eat boquerones con pimiento (anchovies with pepper), delicious pates and tostados and sip a decent fino. In the evening it is a lively meeting place for young locals..."  I started with some boqueronos en vinagre (1.80 E), queso curado anejo (1.80 E), and lomo de Jerez (2.00 E).   The...

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  • Los Tres Pepe's

    Marbella Restaurants

    Located right behind the beach we were on (the beach is west of Marbella town center and is also called 'Los Tres Pepe's') We went here for lunch on two consecutive days during our time sunbathing and swimming. Nice location and friendly staff. The first day we had Pescado Fritos (fried fish), well actually sardines, cooked over the open fire on...

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  • Pasta Italia

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    ok, apart of having a great pasta.... is just down my house lol, so it is a good option when you do not fancy cooking, and you wnat to sit ina terrace... another option is a take away to my own terrace hehehehe

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  • La Comedia CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    From the first sight it seems that La Comedia is something unique, a flavorful restaurant. But when you get inside this feeling disappears. The interior is qiute poor, food is rather naive-cooked (a countryside try to cook town-food). We liked none of the dishes. The english couple that hold this restaurant are very nice, but they spend more time...

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  • La Tricicleta NOW CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    Situated in a small street in Old Town Marbella, we ate on a small rooftop terrace with parachute canopies surrounded by pot plants. The interior decorations were very interesting, no effort has been wasted in providing an interesting atmosphere and ambience. Very helpful and friendly waiter staff made the meal all the more pleasant. The food was...

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  • Garibaldi - Ristorante Italiano

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Marbella Restaurants

    For great prices and excellent Italian food.... no doubt... this is your place!!!!!!!!!!!! And the service is very good, you can feel there at home... UPDATE they have change the ownership and the chef is not the same one, so food is not as good as it used to be. I am afraid there are better options for Italian food right now.

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