Discover the best restaurant in Isla Canela, Spain including Restaurante La Gola Isla Cristina, Meson El Gato, Chiringuito Playa Alta, Chiringuito de Antonio, Chiringuito La Sonrisa, Sem Espinhas Guadiana, LPA The Culinary Bar, Restaurante Minutero, Restaurante Cuca, Restaurante La Rana
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4.5 based on 259 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.
4.5 based on 722 reviews
If you are looking for a traditional place with great traditional food this is the place in isla Cristina. We tried it due to TripAdvisor comments and it was worthy. Excellent quality for a great value. We tried the most traditional dishes, tuna fish, gambas and squid! All of them fantastic. The restaurant is run by a couple, she is the cook and he is the head waiter! Really nice to talk to and they prepare anything that you want and need- really useful when you are traveling with kids! A must in isla Cristina!
3.5 based on 195 reviews
Beach Club/ Restaurant / Bar on the fantastic beach of Isla Canela. A trendy familiar place to share with friends old and new.
If you like a pit stop that is relaxing and chilled this is definitely the place. There is a peace and love vibe that shines throughout, from the decor to the music. The furniture re-purposed from pallets, bright colours and wonderful paintings make it a bar/restaurant with a difference. It's beautiful in spring to sit in the sun directly on the beach having a drink. Unfortunately the kitchen is closed that time of year, apart from some weekends, but a coffee or cocktail is perfect. I'm the summer the kitchen is open all day serving typical Andalusian delights. Try the grilled sardines with a fresh tomato and onion salad! Delightful!
4 based on 372 reviews
We ate here on our first day, price was fair and the staff were friendly. This is a stones throw from the hotel, and on a Sunday this is very busy
4 based on 300 reviews
Restaurante panoramico with great sea views. Try besides our typical Spanish dishes our fish and meat specialties
A beach dive ( a chiringuito) is not quite the definition of this stablishment. It is more like a seaside low end restaurant. that contrary to others experience had a prompt service and the menu, although limited, had good prices. As usual the Huelva shrimp were exquisite and so the Iberico de bellota, all along with the great Huelva bread and beer a great light lunch. We did not taste the more elaborate dishes but did no overhead unpleasant comments from those around us which in this part of Spain are usually uninhibited and loud.
4 based on 454 reviews
Visited this restaurant for lunch today and considering the raving reviews on here I was a bit disappointed. The staff were attentive but trying overly hard to be 'funny' with humour that some people might not understand, which was just slightly arrogant rather than friendly. Felt a bit like they were looking down on us. Food was pricey but tasted fine. Absolutely no kid's menu so my 4-year-old got a bland pasta with butter. Our fault for not checking out the menu beforehand I suppose.......
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Absolutely stunning tapas. If it isn't in the Michelin Guide then it should be. The curry with tempura prawns were AA1, the foie gras (A1), ribs (A1), pork cheeks (AA1), calamari croquettes(AA1), goats cheese salad (AA1), desserts. Top drawer food.
4 based on 185 reviews
This restaurant serves excellent fish. The service is very good. I have been here several times and the service and food is always excellent
4 based on 302 reviews
Perfect lunch time spot for fresh fish. The Horse Mackerel were excellent as was the Tuna. Well cooked, good portion sizes, tasty food at a good price. The jug of Vinho Verde was really good and so much cheaper than a bottle. Good central location where you can just relax and enjoy. (You can see the fish on offer in the cabinet too).
4.5 based on 199 reviews
My girlfriend and I decided to visit La Rana after Reading some of the reviews on Trip Advisor.
We did not arrive until 9:30pm on a Monday evening and although it looked empty, we were not put off.
If you are looking for a wide variety of choices with English speaking staff then this is not the restaurant for you however if you want freshly caught and beautifully cooked fish then make La Rana a priority.
We were not shown a menu but truthfully we didn't need one, despite our Spanish being non existent (must learn to speak Spanish) Ana suggested the Seabass big enough for 2 with salad.
After a starter of tomatoes (beautifully seasoned) the cooked Seabass was presented to us on a silver salver. It was expertly boned in front of us and our plates were soon heaped with tender slivers which tasted beautiful.
I am not a huge fish eater but was willing to try and I was not disappointed.
We both had coffee after and despite not leaving until after 11:00pm, we did not feel rushed to leave.
All in all a beautiful meal (for less than €50) in peaceful surroundings and exactly the reason we chose this part of Spain.
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