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  • Cerveseria Catalana

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    For about the last 10 years, we only have one favorite tapa bar/restaurant, we take our friends, relatives and specially for ourselves. It is called CERVESERIA CATALANA. THE COMPLETE ADDRESS IS: CALLE MALLORCA NUMBERO 235 CORNER RAMBLA CATALUNYA. If you were to take the metro. Take the GREEN LINE / or Linea 3 and get off on DIAGONAL. WALK 3...

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  • Museo del Jamon

    4 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    lovely cuisine of Spain, where the ham and pig is king. It has branches in the city, the most known to visitors is at Gran Via. the ambiance is very nice if a bit touristic for my local taste. lived there for four years,and still with family. However, for visitors is a must at least once. Many do come back again and again. hams any cut.

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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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  • Ca'n Pedro

    5 out of 5 stars

    Palma de Mallorca Restaurants

    A family run institution which has two big, buzzing restaurants in the small town of Genova, a short taxi ride from the centre of Palma. This is a must visit restaurant. Rustic ambience where you can enjoy well-cooked local dishes. Renowned for their 'Pa amb oli', (toasted bread which you rub with cloves of garlic and small, viine tomatoes and...

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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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  • Shanti Shakti

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ibiza Restaurants

    When Shanti Shakti first opened it`s doors in 2001, there were four hand written menus and not many more dishes to choose from, now, in 2006, things are looking even better. The menu isn`t the biggest in the world, many other restaurants will try to offer the full array of Indian dishes and this usually means a lot of corner cutting, but here the...

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  • Local Food

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Majorca Island Restaurants

    THIS IS A RESTAURANT WHERE YOU NEED GOOD NERVES,A LOT OF TIME AND WHERE YOU WILL SPEND A LOT OF MANY WHICH ISNT WORTH TO SPEND. WE ARRIVED THERE AT 8 PM AND WAITED AT THE FRONT DESK TO BE SEATED. I GUY(...WHO WAS THAT ACTUALLY?) CAME WITH A STINKY CIGAR IN HIS HAND,SAID GOOD EVENING,WENT WITH US..,BEHIND US,FOLLOWING TO THE TABLE.WE HAD NO IDEA...

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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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  • Bar Juanito

    4 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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  • Meson Burgos

    Burgos Restaurants

    A small tapas bar located near the cathedral. Popular with locals and not too many tourists visiting. It was quite full, which is normally a good indication of good local food. I was recommended to try Patatas Bravas, this is supposedly the best place in Spain to try them. Small fried potatoes covered in a spicy sauce. I was not disappinted, I...

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  • Les Quinze Nits

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    March 2014. Very surly waiter and, at times, quite rude. Extremely miserable Maître d who also, I might add, had the endearing habit of rolling his eyes whenever you asked for anything! We had to ask for a glass in order to drink our beer – twice! – then once the glasses eventually arrived, we had to ask for a clean one!. Again, had to ask for...

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  • Botin

    4 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    I was excited to go to the Oldest restaurant in the world, yet disappointed with my experience. I ordered a steak dish and asked for it to be made well done. Instead, I got a steak that was very rare, and had to be sent back twice. The following day, I left Spain and was sick for three days. I eventually went to the ER and was diagnosed with food...

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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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  • 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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  • Villa Mercedes

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ibiza Restaurants

    We found Villa Mercedes by accident and were drawn in by the seductive lighting and lounge area. The food was absolutely fantastic and the service excellent. The waiter even brought me a pashmina and draped it over my shoulders when the wind got up a little. I had a delicious salad of goats cheese and strawberries followed by a beautiful piece of...

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  • Cafes

    4 out of 5 stars

    Majorca Island Restaurants

    We woke early on a Sunday morning in Soller and wandered up to the main square hoping to find maybe one or two cafes open for breakfast. We needn't have worried: the whole square was a hive of activity with all the locals out early, sitting in cafes, reading papers and catching up with friends - this cafe culture seems to be a big part of life in...

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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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  • 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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  • Les Quatre Gats

    3 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    Visiting Picasso's hangout was a thrill for us. The restaurant was really full of character but the waiter service was extremely rude to the point where you think there must be some sort of scam going on. I ordered red wine from the menu (pointed it out) and it was 16 euros, showed the waitress exactly what we wanted and when she brought the bill,...

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  • San Ginés Chocolateria

    4 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    An institution in madrid for as long as I remember. I used to come here with my mother when living in the city when I was 10 yrs old, way back, and still there ,and still doing the best hot chocolate with churros in Madrid. Its a must for any visitor, to be here is to partake in the traditions and history of the city. it never closes, and when...

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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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  • 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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  • The Curry House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ibiza Restaurants

    We visited this Restaurant last week ... The curry's were horrible just hot no taste whatsoever! The drinks were strange, we only had soft drinks but they tasted insipid To be fair the decor was lovely but not very clean. In summary this maybe one of the only Indian Restaurant's in Ibiza - But the food gives Indian Food a Bad name! None

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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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  • 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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  • Restaurant Gaitan

    3.5 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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  • Mercat Boqueria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    When they say,do as the locals do.,then that's what we did. Went where everybody went, both locals and tourists, and went to "La Boqueria" off Las Ramblas. Whenever we visit a new city,it has been our practice to visit the market to see and check out the local produce. More or less, you get to taste the local food here in all it's nakedness,as...

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  • Tapas

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    Stayed in Madrid at an out-of-the-way Ibis Hotel in September 2008. There were a few restaurants around the hotel, but nothing that truly shouted Spanish to us. We saw a little bar called La Hacienda and decided to stop in, have a drink and figure out where to eat. What an experience! We began having cocktails. The staff didn't speak a word of...

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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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  • La Oliva

    Ibiza Restaurants

    This restaurant was a very popular spot in Ibiza old town. When we arrived to eat at the relatively early time of 8.30pm, we found all the pavement tables (on the right hand side of the picture) had been taken or reserved already. We were shown into a quaint little converted barn opposite which was both cosy and quiet but with a good view of the...

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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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  • 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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  • La Fonda

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    My daughter and I had lunch here last week. The restaurant is very attractive and has a pleasant, soothing ambience. We were seated upstairs as the first level was full, and the server was at our table in a few seconds. The menu was eclectic without being self conscious and had a little something for everybody. The wine prices were very reasonable...

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  • Vips restaurants

    4 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    when abroad once feels the need once in a while to back to places that one have gone while living in another country; so this is the case with TGIF or thanks God is Friday;an American chain owned franchise in Spain by Grupo VIPS (of the fame cafeterias). The TGIF by the Bernabeu stadium of the Real Madrid is a natural for me as I am a fan and...

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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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  • 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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  • The Mariner's Restaurant

    Ibiza Restaurants

    Wouldn't you just love to be on these golden sands,with the waves lapping on the shore and the smell of fresh sardines and seafood paella wafting throught the air?then go to the Mariner's Restaurant, and close by there is a souvenir and gift shop. A good paella and fresh fish.

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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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  • 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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  • Fresc Co

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Barcelona Restaurants

    Don't eat here! The staff was extremely rude and unwelcoming because our Spanish is only intermediate. We should have left but we were tired from exploring Barcelona and it was close to our accommodation on Avenida Diagonal. My family had food poisoning and ended up in hospital!! We had so many beautiful meals in Barcelona. This place is cheap but...

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  • Local Gastronomy

    5 out of 5 stars

    Madrid Restaurants

    Located in Cava Baja, where there are numerous tapas restaurants popular with locals, los Huevos de Lucio serves exquisite local tapas. The dining room is long and narrow, so there is usually a fairly long wait during peak meal times. This tapas retaurant is part of the more formal restaurant across the street, called Casa de Lucio. I've eaten here...

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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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    May 1, 2013 at 2:34 AM

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