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4 based on 253 reviews
The place is full on Sunday afternoons. They serve fresh fish and seafood prepared on a charcoal oven. The food is served quickly and with a smile. Not many tourists though, so the staff basically doesn't speak any language but Spanish. But don't worry , you'll manage :-)
4 based on 190 reviews
To be honest, the place was a bummer for atmosphere - until the waitress Cristina appeared. She was a bundle of energy and threw herslf into her work. Alas, she threw herself too much and annihilated our wine bottle. No harm done to anyone's clothes and a fresh bottle appeared with many apologies. I've tasted better food in the pueblo, ( my tuna verged on the stodgy thanks to a breadlike stuffing ) but the ambience was worth it.
4 based on 255 reviews
Restaurante con una trayectoria de tres generaciones, ubicado en la playa central de Isla cristina, decorado con una fachada de ceramica y el interior con madera. Cocina de mercado
A elegant Restaurant close to the beach, a bit outside of town.We have been here for lunch. Unfortunately we were wearing beachclothes, but I think the waiter is used to it,even the other Spanish guest, were wearing white collar.....Probably Business lunch.Wie had rice with gambas. Normally you have to order this a day before,but we were lucky and the chef made it for us. It was very nice, not greasy as sometimes. White wine for 13â¬ a bottle was a good deal if you compare it with the 40â¬ we paid for the lunch.
4 based on 578 reviews
Had lovely lunch sitting outside. . Inside was busy with locals, Saturday lunch time, always a good sign! Lemo sole was very good as were my husband's prawns.Prices are good as we found every where in Isla Cristina.Set in nice plaza away from traffic makes a good choice to eat.
4 based on 349 reviews
We came here on the recommendation of the taxi driver and although we were very early - about 8 pm - we were made to feel welcome and had some drinks with the appetisers. As usual, we all had fish and each fresh dish was well prepared. The service was attentive though unobtrusive. This restaurant is maybe a bit more expensive than some of the others, but not excessively so. All in all, to be recommended, especially for its cheerful atmosphere.
4 based on 473 reviews
Strolling around Isla Cristina's center, we noticed the sign of 'La Belli' and couldn't avoid following it... we've found a small kiosk, offering a sunny esplanade and a table waiting for us. The menu? So suggestive and delicious that we wanted to taste everything! We tried a tapa of 'ajo blanco' with coconut: it was a dream! The croquetas are a must try and what you can't leave without tasting is the burguer served is colored bread! Kids loved it!
4 based on 275 reviews
Located right opposite Ria Carreras, our restaurant DoÃ±a Lola is an amazing lookout which gets almost inside the estuary. It has two different areas. The terrace, outdoors. It normally gets very bright and sunny with all the light of our coast. The dinnin
I think this restaurant was the best of our whole trip to South East Spain. The set up is lovely and warm, the waiters very friendly and the food, glorious. I had a thai soup not on the menu but recommended by the waiter, simply divine! My Spanish friends both got the ajo blanco soup and they were licking their plate at the end. Main dishes were tuna steak, the speciality of this restaurant. Very well cooked. It was so good that even if we didn't had room for dessert, we had to take one of each on the menu. Glorious time it was, served with coffee and a glass of almond alcool. Boy, it was a really good threat!Hello Caroline! We are very happy to hear that you had such an excellent experience with us. Don't forget to visit us again if you come back to Spain. Regards!
4 based on 939 reviews
This is our second visit to this small charming Spanish restaurant. Delicious food and charming surroundings.Salva the owner is so enthusiastic about the homemade dishes his wife cooks that you can rely on all his recommendations. We relied on his expertise in menu selection and were not disappointed. It's was a great way of trying cuisine that we wouldn't normally have tried.
5 based on 99 reviews
Que rico esta todo pero sobre todo las patatas. El tierra y mar tiene que ser indispensable xq esta buenÃsimo patatas huevos langostinos y alioli ummmmm. Y ya verdura frita ummmm para repetir
4 based on 327 reviews
We stopped here for lunch when looking for somewhere to eat in Isla Canela. There is a car park right outside, its next to the docks in the fishing/industrial area. From the outside it's a tiny bit unappealing but dont ket that put you off. The waitress was really lovely & spoke good English, she chatted with my 13 year old son who is learning Spanish at school. My son and husband both had swordfish which they said was very good. She recommended the catch of the day which she said was a white fish. Me and my daughter are it , it was lovely and excellently cooked. The waitress helped us to get the fish off the bones etc as we were useless! Its was really good & fresh. She recommended dessert a local dish a bit like a custard/creme brulee with just eggs and sugar which was sublime & also a local drink which was similar to ammeretto but with fresh lemon - again lovely. This is definitely worth a visit and we may pop back as I want to try the prawns !
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