Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Algeciras. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you.. Algeciras (/ˌældʒɪˈsɪrəs/; Spanish: [alxeˈθiɾas]; Arabic: الجزيرة الخضراء, translit. Al Jazīra Al-Khadrā) is a port city in the south of Spain, and is the largest city on the Bay of Gibraltar (in Spanish, the Bahía de Algeciras). The Port of Algeciras is one of the largest ports in Europe and the world in three categories: container, cargo and transhipment. It is located 20 km north-east of Tarifa on the Río de la Miel, which is the southernmost river of the Iberian peninsula and continental Europe. In 2015, it had a population of 118,920.
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4 based on 162 reviews
Just happened on this restaurant whilst looking for somewhere genuine to eat. The waiter was extremely helpful and produced a variety of tapas to suit our differing tastes. He kept checking whether we had had enough or whether we wanted more. Seemed keen we were enjoying the dishes rather than trying to get us to spend as much money as possible. We sat outside but the inside was well worth seeing. Highly recommended.
4 based on 161 reviews
One of the best places to dine in algeciras .. we decided to dine here although there were only 3 tables occupied but it turned out to be one of the best places to dine in Algeciras.. will definitely go again
4 based on 76 reviews
.The big problem with this restaurant is actually finding it . . . It's in a back street in a working-class district on the outskirts of ugly old Algeciras. But it's worth making the effort to get here.You can see where it is on Google Maps. You drive up past the prison, turn right, then left . . . and you see what you think might be a restaurant, but the name outside is Kiosko El Gorileo . . . and you can't find a door to get in anyway . . .But the Gorileo is next door, you can't see the name easily of Los Remedios, so go round the sort of outside awning, and inside you'll find a handful of tables on the pavement (but under cover of the awning) and a small bar.This is Los Remedios, and you would do well to ring and book, by the way, especially at weekends and holiday times. 956-605-958. Because although it looks very modest with paper table cloths, in a very modest part of town, it is very popular and fills up fast.This is because of the fabulous seafood that it serves.9 of us on a Tuesday lunchtime ate - and drank - very well for about â¬30 a head. Tomato salad, roasted red peppers with tuna, boquerones, calamares fritos, salmonetitos, almejas, mejillones, acedias, esculpinas (yuk - raw shell fish, hate it), and two giant crabs which were delicious. 3 bottles wine, beers all round first, water, puds, coffee, and a free Chupito to round off.If you haven't realised by now - it's fish. Seafood and fish. An enormous choice.I'll now say that the best way to get there is what half of us did (there's only on-street narrow parking, you see). We parked our car down in the Corte Ingles free underground carpark. Walked through the store and out the front door to the taxi rank, and got a taxi up. We then strolled back down (45 minutes, down hill all the way) to get rid of some of the alcohol and calories..
4 based on 92 reviews
Service great and fun, we quite liked the atmosphere and deco of the place and they also have a nice selection of wines. Unfortunately we all agreed that the food was pretty bland. We liked the concept of the dishes but when everything arrived to our table we all thought that nothing had been seasoned and everything needed a pinch of salt. Overall a good place let down by its food.
4 based on 140 reviews
Pizzeria Uluwatu, the taste of Tarifa in the heart of Algeciras. Mass handmade with quality ingredients. Mix your ingredients to your taste!
We were attracted by the positive review on trip advisor and decided to stop by for a pizza. I think I can honestly say we ate one of the worst pizzas ever. The base was pre-cooked and thick as a cracker, it was too salty; toppings were ok but with such a thin and not properly risen base, the overall result was really terrible. On a positive note, the waitress was very friendly and polite and the price was quite cheap. However, if it's a good meal that you're after, you'd better look elsewhere.
4 based on 173 reviews
The dishes here are a little bigger than your average Tapas and designed to be shared between two people. 3 - 4 dishes and drinks will set you back less than â¬20.00 and the food is delightful. As with Algeciras you will need to speak a little Spanish to get around but there is an English translated menu here. We ate a couple of times at this place owing to it being so excellent. I would recommend the Ensaladas "Gaspares."
4 based on 346 reviews
ItÂ´s a familiar small restaurant with a terrace outside. Separate to have a hall deprived for 18 companions at table, to enjoy in private, where we organise wine tastings. It offers a diversified spanish wine list specialised in local wines and sherry, a
Algeciras doesn't have that many good options where to eat, but las duelas is one of the good places. The staff are really nice and helpful, they have good food options either tapas or plates. They have good salads, cheese, meat, octopus, we actually tried everything as we eat there once or twice a week.
4 based on 358 reviews
Delicious Hummus con Olivada followed by a rare EntraÃ±a de Ternera. Great place to dine solo as busy atmosphere and pleasant, attentive staff make sure you don't feel alone. Enjoy an informal Spanish experience: you shouldn't be disappointed.
4 based on 406 reviews
We found this restaurant with TripAdvisor's recommendation and the reviews are right on! We highly recommend this bar-cafÃ©!! The food is outstanding for the price OR otherwise. And the service is really personal and great (even when blitzed with a rush of clients). Muchas, muchas gracias Pepe y camareros!!
4 based on 598 reviews
With algeciras as our âHOME away from homeâ for 9 days we started by visiting the this town first. Most people would not call it a charming town, but we are a little bit funny in that way so even in the most âuglyâ or forgotten towns we find some beauty or some interesting sites. After walking from the Corte engles (kind of shopping mall with free parking) to the plasma Alta and the old style covered fresh market we started to get a little thirsty and hungry. With TripAdvisor we saw that the no 1 ârestaurantâ was only 200m away. So the choice was fast made... bar la casita was a very authentic Spanish tapa bar... we were served with drinks encredibly fast and we also had to chose our tapas fast (they say Spanish people work slow, but I have never found this the case in the restaurant business ;). But the tapas were of good quality and taste and for only 13â¬ (drinks included) we had enough âfuelâ to continue our walk about the town :)
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