Reviews on Mediterranean food in El Rocio, Province of Huelva, Spain including Restaurante Toruno, Albero 36, Meson La Madre, Restaurante La Malvasia, Restaurante la Rocina, La Guindilla, Punto de Encuentro, Restaurante Juan Camisa, Los Parrales, Restaurante Casa Paco Triana
Things to do in El Rocio
3 based on 160 reviews
Already when we walked in we were greeted by grim faces but we had little choice as few restaurants are open in El Rocio in winter. It looked a bit overpriced but if the food would be good it would not have been a problem. A friend of mine ordered the spaghetti for â¬9,50 (!) and the small plate arrived cold. When we complained they brought it back to the kitchen where we could hear the microwave ping two minutes later. My steak was dry and tough and the white wine sauce and garlic sauce I ordered was completely absent. There was some oil on it and a bit of garlic and that was it. The fries where cold and the bread as hard as a brick. We filed a complaint but the owner did not want to give in and started calling the police on us. The worst experience I have had in Spain so far!Muy buenas soy el hombre que tuvo que llamar a la Policia ( dueÃ±o del local) y la tuve que llamar porque empezasteis a tirar sillas no antes de romper una mesa. Os comisteis toda la comida y no querÃais pagar. Espero no encontrarme con un caso asÃ nunca mÃ¡s. Y si os entendÃa y no hable porque escuchaba viestros insultos oscenos hacia mÃ y mis empleados.
Despues de pedir todos, 3 adultos, se pide para una niÃ±a de 5 aÃ±os, un huevo frito, cabe reseÃ±ar que en la carta, hay varios platos que son revueltos, y el camarero, lo mas borde visto en aÃ±os, dice que no hacen huevos fritos, ni para una niÃ±a ni para nadie, que no hubieramos pedido nada que no estuviera en la carta.Esto la verdad que nis pasa por entrar en semejante tugurio, pero lo mas lamentable es que hoy en dia ningun negocio tenga en plantilla a semejante impresentable, cuando es desagradable incluso para pastor de trashumancia, porque ni las pobres ovejas, se merecen tratar con este personaje, y como se que lees esto, que sepas que vamis a seguir disfrutando de nuestras vacaciones mientras tu seguiras con tu amargura campeon.
4 based on 61 reviews
Firstly the waiters are very helpful and polite, and the food is excellent, i can recommend 'la gamba', 'revuelto con jamon' and my favourite was the 'carrillera'. We return other day and we did not dissapointed, we got the same quality again;)
4 based on 58 reviews
Traditional bar with good atmosphere and customer service. We offer service both inside the premises and in our large terrace, serving breakfast, lunch or dinner, and specialties of land, seafood and fresh fish from Huelva, as well as meats and homemade d
We ate here twice. First time salad and tapas. Everything was freshly prepared and very delicious. Simple but good. We ordered paella for the next day and were disappointed. We ordered it without meat, only with sea food. But it was brought with chicken, too much salt and a bit dry. The squid inside had a too fishy taste.
4 based on 93 reviews
I spent nearly two weeks in el Rocio working witrh a colleague and we had breakfast here on most mornings. Large slice of tostado with spread (olive oil, honey, pate) and hot drink for two cost less than 5euro.Staff friendly.Parking on street outside.A few drinks and other snacks taken here during our stay. Used by locals in a tourist-location.
4 based on 124 reviews
This was recommended by my Spanish friends. The only problem is that although I spoke Spanish I got the impression that as we were English we weren't particularly welcome. However we stuck it out and the food was excellent.
4 based on 30 reviews
For years we've been staying in La Malvasia when in El Rocio to see birds in the national park. However, in the past the restuarant always seemed like an afterthought, something the management felt they were obligated to provide. Now, however, it's really good - it actually makes you want to eat in the hotel! It appears that the new management (Kaizen Group) understands that you can't have a "boutique" hotel without a good restaurant and they've really turned it around.
4 based on 84 reviews
Meson "La Madre", meeting point of "The Good Gastronomy" in the Rocio (Huelva). Enjoy the typical gastronomy of the mountains and the Coast of Huelva.
This friendly restaurant had a clientele of locals which speaks to its good food and prices. I ate there twice. Once I had a seafood torta (sort of a frittata with shrimp and langostinos),the house croquettes (ham and cheese)and bottled water for a total of â¬9 and the second time had stuffed eggplant for â¬5. Nothing fancy, but good filling food. Seating inside or out. Service was quick and friendly. A menu in English was provided when I needed a little help, although it turned out the English translations were not as complete as the original Spanish.
4 based on 90 reviews
Simple and tasty food. Iâd recommend the pan con bacalao, lagartito, tomate con melva, and the croquetas de carabinero (the other croquetas just didnât do it for us). We also tried the homemade torrijas which were made special for semana santa and were delicious! The staff was very friendly but the service was a bit slow and they werenât very on top of thingsâplates and glasses were left on the table too long and they forgot drinks we ordered, stuff like that.Check it out for the good food and the nice atmosphere (they have outdoor seating front and back) but donât go if youâre in a big rush.
4 based on 571 reviews
Stayed at the Toruno Hotel so we just drifted across the road to this restaurante. Excellent choice and we had some very unusual game dishes. Good service with great atmosphere. Shame however that the breakfast the next day was terribleGo for dinner but avoid breakfastBuenas tardes, agradecemos que haya opinado sobre nuestro negocio, y esperamo que venga de nuevo por nuestra peculiar ciudad. Un saludo. See you soon.
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