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    Rock Cafe (Maybe?): Morrocan Views

    by freya_heaven Updated Mar 2, 2004

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    The cafe itself is very medioca, But the big selling point is obviously its location. Right on the top of the Gibraltar Rock.

    Wonderful Views over Gibraltar, Spain and Morocco.

    They have a very good marketing ploy up there, Any post you send from their own post box is stamped with a special stamp to say it was posted from the top of the rock.

    They sell the postcards, pens and you then sit down and pay quite a lot for a not very impressive hot chocolate to wite your postcards.

    Unfortunately all the ones I sent, the stamp was so smudged it was illegible anyway. Nevermind

    Cafe Views

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    Take your Pick: Marina Views

    by Geoff_Wright Updated Jan 9, 2004

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    I don't recall the names of the restaurants, but the best that I remember are down by the marina complex. This is a really nice place to go; browse, sit, drink and eat a really good meal, and just look at all that money floating in the marina!! If only.

    View over the Harbour (2003)

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    Various: The full monty experience

    by sourbugger Updated Sep 3, 2003

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    The Full Monty British Breakfast is something that needs experiencing.

    If you are not British (or a colonial) then Colonel Blimp tells you to get a good hearty breakfast, full of colesterol that will keep you going all day - that's the way we gained an empire !

    Favorite Dish: You need to go for the full monty - or whatever it's called in the restaurant you go for.

    It should include at the least:

    Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, fried bread, baked beans, mushroom & Black pudding.

    This should be seved with toast and good strong tea - enjoy !

    The full Monty

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    Star bar: Mixed grill a must

    by rob-craig Updated Oct 12, 2002

    This is claimed to be the oldest bar in GIB,how true it is I dont really know .We sat outside and ate on a day that wasnt really that warm ,but in this place there is a melee of activity that we just had to take in

    Favorite Dish: I had a mixed grill with sausage,bacon,chicken,lamb,mushrooms,salad etc and washed down with a pint of lager which was not that good but the grill was superb.They had special childrens meals which included a drink and an icecream for only £1.99...
    £1.90 a pint and £8.95 for the mixed grill

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    The Little Mermaid: Great Food - Great Wines

    by guslinares Updated Oct 11, 2002

    Great Food and Wines located at the waters edge at the Marina.

    Very good service.

    Try a bottle of special reserve Spanish red wine they store in their cellars. Ask for he price as they tend to be expensive - but well worth the expense.

    Favorite Dish: Pargo a la Sal - Grilled Sea Bass with Salt

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  • The only other options for...

    by bushdoctor Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The only other options for dining that are worth mentioning (unless you want fish and chips, in which case you will be spoilt for choice!), are the waterfront bars and restaurants at Queensway Quay.
    The best of these is Claus, followed by The Waterfront.

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  • La Bayuca - also a favourite...

    by bushdoctor Written Aug 26, 2002

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    La Bayuca - also a favourite with Price Charles and Price Andrew...
    Johnnie and Tita are extremely friendly and will gladly tell you about the history of Gibraltar. The restaurant is one of the oldest on the rock, and used to be popular with naval officers until the British Navy stopped visiting Gib in the 1990's. The food is good for Gibraltar, but not outstanding. But it is about the only place with character and is worth going to.

    Favorite Dish: The Chicken Bayuca is good - quite like a chicken tagine, that you would expect in Morocco.

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    by johnstour Written Aug 24, 2002

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    1 MAMELA RESTAURANT: specialising in fish dishes.
    4 THE CLIPPER BAR: Pub Lunches.
    5 THE HORSESHOE BAR: Pub Lunches.
    1 slightly expensive, views of beach,away from town.
    2 slightly expensive,at marina bay,andalusian look.
    3 expensive ,quality ,marina bay , quite pleasant.
    4 reasonable price,Irish town,beside mainstreet.
    5 reasonable prices , mainstreet.
    6 reasonable price , mainstreet x2-shops.

    Favorite Dish: 1 Grilled mare fillet topped with prawn,spanish ham.
    2 Spanish ham,manchego cheese, iberian foods.
    3 Sea bream overned in salt with a hollandaise sauce.
    4 Sunday roast - beef , lamb or pork.
    5 varaity of lunches, good for a pint of bitter/larger
    6 fish , chips and mushy peas.

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    There are a lot of restaurants...

    by debankh Written Aug 24, 2002

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    There are a lot of restaurants on the main street which is located at the bottom of the rock. Be sure that you have some British pounds on you or you will end up paying a lot more by using your pesetas!

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    Jimmies bar: Jimmies bar

    by albertkipper Written Aug 24, 2002

    Cheap and cheerfull with good atmosphere. Two hours of eating and drinking cost £8 per head everybody helps with the serving as there are no waiters, it works! Very busy early evening

    Favorite Dish: You could not say, as you sit down and order drinks all sorts of food keeps appearing at your table.

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    Gourmet dining or pub grub

    by CliffClaven Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Gourmet dining - while it may presumably be had at a price - is not what most visitors come to Gibraltar for. Steak pie and chips and a pint are more likely to comprise the lunch menu for all those British tourists down from the Costa for the day and desperately missing the proletarian cuisine of home. Go with the flow: duck into a pub and enjoy the beer, the food (good luck!) and the conversation around you.

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    RestaurantsDine in style in...

    by fga Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Dine in style in elegant surroundings while enjoying the versatile range of dishes. There are restaurants which specialise in international cuisine, whilst there are others which specialise in Chinese, Danish, English, French, Italian, Masai or Indian... Why not sample them in turn? You might be surprised at the quality and service which you get!
    * = Takeaway Service Available
    Bunter's Restaurant
    Michelin Recommended
    College Lane Tel: 70482 Mermaid Bar Restaurant
    Catalan Bay Tel: 41067
    Caleta Palace Hotel
    Kemmels Restaurant Tel: 76501 Meson La Bodega
    23 Cornwall's Lane Tel: 74343
    Da Paolo
    The Tower, Admiral's Walk
    Marina Bay Tel: 76799 Mini-Moroccan Restaurant
    40 Turnbull's Lane Tel: 70859
    El Patio Restaurant
    54 Irish Town Tel: 70822 Palm Court Restaurant
    at the Eliott Hotel
    Eliott Hotel Tel: 70500
    Gatsby's Eating House
    1, 2 & 3 Watergardens Tel: 76291 Picasso's
    22a Main Street Tel: 51551
    Hong Kong Restaurant*
    11-13 Market Lane Tel: 77313 Raffles Restaurant
    Queensway Quay Tel: 40362
    5 Cornwall's Lane Tel: 44195 Simon's Restaurant
    44 Cornwall's Lane Tel: 47515
    Kesyton's Restaurant
    1a Convent Place Tel: 75654 Strings Restaurant
    4 Cornwall's Parade Tel: 78800
    Kowloon Restaurant*
    20 Watergardens Tel: 42771 The Leanse Kosher
    7 Bomb House Lane Tel: 41751
    La Bayuca Restaurant
    21 Turnbull's Lane Tel: 75119 The Terrace Restaurant
    Stakis Gibraltar Casino Tel: 76666
    La Mamela
    Catalan Bay Fishing Village Tel: 72373 The Rock Hotel
    3 Europa Road Tel: 73000
    Little Mermaid, The
    4/5 Admiral's Walk
    Marina Bay Tel: 77660 Tony's Restaurant
    194 Main Street Tel: 70461
    Maasai Grill, The
    Queensway Quay Tel: 73546 Viceroy of India
    9/11 Horse Barrack Court Tel: 70381
    5 Tuckey's Lane Tel: 75233 Waterfront, The
    Queensway Quay Tel: 45666

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    No favorites. While...

    by Krystynn Written Aug 24, 2002

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    No favorites.

    While traveling to a foreign country (like, Gibraltar), make sure you try the local foods - and please do not compare everything to home (prices, quality etc.) because you are not home. While some food may taste kinda odd to you, try them and appreciate them, O.K.? Sample these local fares at their local cafes and remember to be nice, friendly and courteous. We really wouldn't want these foreigners to think that we VT members are rude and obnoxious in real life, do we? :-)

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  • There are many great eating...

    by kaz_zee Written Aug 24, 2002

    There are many great eating places on the rock, and they change from year to year, best to walk around and find out where the locals eat....they are the best!!
    We did used to favour the restaurants in catalan bay,enjoying your food while sitting by the beach.
    Great place to eat on a sunday!!

    Favorite Dish: The more spanish the restaurant..the better the food...calamaris, seafood etc.

    At catalan bay they used to serve great swordfish.

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    Cafe Solo

    by keeweechic Updated May 8, 2009

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    Café Solo has a menu which consists of pizza’s, risotto’s, pastas etc as well as dishes for the vegetarians. You can find them in Casemates Square on the north west end.

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