Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Alajar, Province of Huelva, Spain including El Padrino, La Plazita, Arrieros, Restaurante Tapas Jesus Carrion, Essentia Restaurant, Restaurante Montecruz, Russes Gastrobar, La Stradina
Things to do in Alajar
4 based on 186 reviews
We (2) ordered two tapas as a starter and two pizzas as a main course. When we saw the size of the first tapa (fried provolone) there was a little alarm bell. When the waitress served the second tapa (fried eggplant) we knew that two pizzas was gonna be to much. There was no problem at all to cancel one off the two pizzas at that point. And, even one pizza was practically more than we could eat.Restaurant is nice place to be, staff is super friendly, prices are correct.Portions are (for our stomachs) far to big. We had more than we could eat and a nice bottle of the wine list for only 30 euro.Our barbacao pizza was acceptable if you take in account that you are not in Italy. It's a Spanish variation ...
4 based on 87 reviews
Restaurant specialized in homemade food, iberico ham, wine and national beer. Gastrobar Calm and relaxed atmosphere.
We went to Russes Gastrobar for tapas.The place is modern but keep a cosy feel.I understand it is family runner and it shows.The service is very good and friendly.The menu is in Spanish but you can get one in english.Reasonably priced from 3â¬ tapas to 15â¬ for a main.That night special was cuttle fish and black ink in filo pastry.Very tasty.Also available is the whole squid in a light batter and aioli sauce.It melted in the mouth.More traditional dishes as pork with cream sauce and chips or pork cheeks are available.The small wine list is well priced.We had a Spanish sauvignon blanc for 15â¬.Would you happen to be in Aracena give it a try, you will not be disappointed.It is always pleasant to read comments like yours. We thank you very much for your visit to our house, you are invited for when you pass through Aracena again. Greetings from the RUSSES family.
4 based on 773 reviews
We treated our daughter's roommate and several of her closest friends to shared plates of delicious food, including the famous jamon iberico. The ham seems quite tough and difficult to cut, but the flavor is amazing. Even though we were the last ones there, Hugo, our server, did not seem impatient at all. It was a great introduction to Andalusian food and Andalusian people and the price was less than we would pay for 4 people in the US.
4 based on 300 reviews
Thanks to the excellent natural products of the area, our restaurant offers a smart combination of traditional and creative cuisine. To celebrate your lunches or dinners, the different areas create different spaces and ambients for each occasion. For summ
We were the only patrons but it was a Monday. Great lunch and far too much to eat. Nice olives and bread. Interesting salmorejo cream amuse bouche. Cod in a mango and sun dried tomato salad. Lovely roast vegetables. Flavourful morcilla, chorizo, jamon, potato and egg dish. Good squid. Enormous cheese plate much of which was doggy bagged. Washed down with nice Verdejo. â¬98. Service was slightly patchy but good when there was someone there. Thank you so much for your words. We are very pleased to see that you had a good experience in our restaurant. We take note of them to improve our service next time.I hope you are back very soon. There are many other interesting flavours to discover for you!
4 based on 971 reviews
Located in the heart of the Sierra de Aracena, Jesus Carrion Restaurant is an ideal place to enjoy a variety of dishes and tapas made with local produce, international and innovative touches and a carefully selected wine instead. Come and enjoy a drink, g
The best restaurant in the mountains of Huelva. The dishes are very large and the price range is decent. You may pay a big bill but the quality of the food is simply unbeatable. Book in advance because it is normally packed at the weekends. The service is very fast and the waiters are really polite and helpful.
4 based on 402 reviews
Visit this jewell of small restaurant in an charming Sierra town. After a walk thru a white town we found this Michellin rated place. Very friendly and of an unexpected local food quality and charm. The owners and staff were very accommodating.The squash soup and the Iberico tongue dish were outstanding as it was the list of local wines. Worth the trip from Seville.
4 based on 81 reviews
We had an excellent evening in this small and friendly bar / restaurant. Self serving at the bar but with a good choice of wine (by the glass) and beers. Pizzaâs are excellent and the best and most authentic that we have eaten outside Italy. An unusual and unexpected find in a small Spanish village- and great value as well.
4 based on 243 reviews
Both had lunch and dinner here. You can dine both inside and outside. The restaurant is popular so reservation is required, unless You are lucky.The food is simple but good. Presa Padrino is a cut from the black pigs neck. Fried medium rare (at the most) - You wan't believe it is meat from a pig when You se the beautiful dark color of the meat. Juicy and tender - try it!Congo with rosemary and lime was wonderfully flavored. The dishes are simple so they come only with fries, that are not worth eating, but there are plenty of meat.The wine celler has quite an impressive collection of fine spanish wine, that You would not expect to find in a small village. Some of the wines are fully mature and are for a very reasonable price. The temperature in the celler are not quite "celler temperature" more like 19 degrees, why I was reluctant to to try a bottle with more than 10 years of aging, as I found it a bit risky. But You can get 2008 Vina Ardanza, 2007 Pintia, 2005 La Rioja Alta and 2003 Vina San Roman for between 26 â¬ and 39â¬. You will need a bucket of ice water but I get so happy when I can get mature wines and a restaurant in Spain for less than a far from mature bottle bought in the wine store in Denmark...
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.