Reviews on Italian food in Playa Paraiso, Municipality of Cartagena, including Via Romana, Dante's Pizza Pasta Steakhouse, Gran Torino, Pizzeria Trattoria Trastevere, Bistrot18
4 based on 682 reviews
This is a busy restaurant, obviously very popular with the locals. We visited on a Sunday evening at 8pm and were happy to have booked in advance as ours was the only available table. Despite being busy, service was attentive. Pizzas and the cheesecake desserts were tasty. Would happily recommend.
4 based on 256 reviews
Dantes pizza, pasta and steakhouse is a very popular restaurante in the heart of la manga club in las sabinas. We aim to give good food and service at a very reasonable price.
The whole family went here on our first night at the resort. As with most of the restaurants at La Manga Club, you can eat inside or go Al Fresco.We chose a good variety of dishes and was happy with them all.Mediterraenean salad with baked goats cheese. Brushettas. Arribiata pasta, pizzas. Typical italian type fare, but good and not as pricey as Luigi's which is on the same resort. Worth a visit.
4 based on 392 reviews
Gran Torino! Is a young team with a vocation for the best customer service and devotion for food well done. Our restaurant is located in the heart of Cabo de Palos. With us, you will taste the authentic Italian cuisine with all its traditions and flavors,
Having been in Spain for over a month we were happy to try Italian.... we had extremely good service, as the restaurant was very quiet.... My husband was delighted with his pizza but I was I little disappointed with my giant cannelloni which was reputed to have duck along with apple and mushrooms in it... sadly, there was no evidence of the duck, which is why I chose the dish.... at â¬13 a bit of duck would be expected.... the dish was welll prepared and tasted OK but.... it was also so small that I had to scrounge a piece of the tasty pizza! On the up side, I did have space for the lovely panna cotta with caramel...Overall, it was a good meal, that could have been great.... we would probably try again...
4 based on 241 reviews
Just popped in to have a pizza. Ordered off the menu, created our own version as we like green chillies on our pizza. No problem at all. It was a delicious pizza. Would recommend this place.
4 based on 65 reviews
Italian-Mediterranean fusion restaurant on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
My family and I went for lunch yesterday, we went again today and are going there tomorrow - does that say anything?! That this restaurant is really good!Bistrot 18 is a new La Manga restaurant, right on the beach with amazing views over the Mediterranean Sea and up to the lighthouse at Cabo de Palos. The terrace is lovely and shady and there is also plenty of seating inside, which is decorated beautifully and simply.The food...GO THERE for the food! It's still a bit quiet compared to the restaurant next door but please don't let that put you off! The food is great and the service from Stefan and Dora is lovely and attentive. The menu is reasonably priced, with a choice of 3 salads (recommend the Bistrot 18 salad and also the Piquilo peppers with goats cheese - which is more a large tapas dish than a traditional salad)There are plenty of 8/9 â¬ dishes and we all absolutely LOVED the Boquerones Crujientes al Limon /crispy Fresh anchovies with lemon dressing. So fresh and very more-ish indeed. There are vegetarian dishes like Aubergines Gratinado and the previously mentioned Piquillo peppers. A delicious range of pasta dishes (I had the Garlic Prawn linguine) and also fresh cod, tuna etc. My husband had a fantastic burger which came with fried egg, bacon and all the trimming - but oddly not with fries, but I am sure you could ask for them. There are steaks and gourmet pizzas to try too, though we have not (as yet!)Desserts are lovely though possibly pre-made, which is very common in Spain, I find. I recommend the refreshing mandarin or lemon sorbets and the Strawberry Delicias, a type of light sponge. When we arrived we were served quickly and also a little plate of tapas was brought to the table for no charge - one day it was rilles on toast with olives, the next it was little slices of fresh tuna that had been lightly pan fried and served on little toasts too. Wine choice is very simple - 2 types of red, a rosÃ© and a white, all around 8 euros a bottle, so very reasonable! The rosÃ© is not too sweet at all and the white is quite a dry one.Please do check Bistrot 18 out when you visit La Manga - It's nestled in amongst a big group of busy seafront restaurants but there is plenty of parking, accessed just off the Grand Via. Enjoy!
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