Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Islantilla including La Isla, Bar El Trasmallo, Restaurante Casa Machaquito, Restaurante El Mirador de Puerto Antilla, La Brisa, Bar Casa Felipe, Marisqueria Neptuno II, Bar Abuelo Manas, El Rincon de Rafa, Bar Revuelta
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4 based on 13 reviews
Revuelta is really a very cute family owned restaurant with a bar, located right next to a fishing dock/marina in El TerrÃ³n, a couple of miles from La Antilla beach. The decor is nautical and the dining room has about 20 tables. The menu consists of mostly all shellfish and seafood dishes, including salads and rice dishes. The seafood is FRESH and delicious, so the menu may vary slightly depending on the fresh catch that has arrived that day.We were there for lunch and enjoyed sharing a delicious salad, coquinas(tiny clams), puntillitas fritas (tiny fried squid) that were so tender and the best in Spain.Yum! And also acedÃas ( small fish from the sole family).In the off season, they are open for lunch only, which of course is from 1-4 pm in Spain. Definitely worth the trip!
4 based on 108 reviews
At the end of our holiday we tried this place-recommended by others and I notice most reviews are in Spanish as this is off the beaten track in a quaint town called El Torron. It is a Spanish speaking restauant but the manager couldn't have tried harder to please us-and one waiter struggled with his English as we struggled with our Spanish and somehow it all came together. A lovely meal-reasonably priced in spite of some saying it is dear-you can eat well here at a reasonable price and the house wine is only 11 euro a bottle and very nice! I recommend any of the pork dishes-my husband wasn't all that impressed with his steak. The starters were unusual and very tasty. A highlight for us of the holiday!
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 !
MarisquerÃa Neptuno II is undoubtedly one of the best places to snack before eating at the Urbasur Beach. It offers a Mediterranean cuisine specializing in high quality fresh seafood collected directly from the markets of Huelva and Isla Cristina. It is l
Restaurante a pie de playa, genial para degustar las famosas gambas de Huelva. las coquinas excepcionales.El servicio correcto.40-45â¬ aprox para 2 cervezas, 2 colas y 4 platos con alguna media razÃ³n (con buena cantidad)
4 based on 135 reviews
Reservas de lunes a viernes en horario de maÃ±ana excepto festivosy de lunes a jueves en horario de noche excepto festivos y visperas
I often go to Lepe for business, always pay a visit to Felipe and his brother, normally, for dinner... forget the menu, ask them what they have fresh and challenge yourself with tasting any unknown suggestion... either meat and fish are excellent choices, local wine and/or a proper Manzanilla plus a final "chupito" digestive drink as Felipe courtesy... You will be very positively surprised by a very cheap bill at the end, excellent combination price per quality... buen aproveche!
AtenciÃ³n pÃ©sima. Tardaron mucho y habÃa que repetir las cosas varias veces. Desbordados y no tenÃan todas las mesas ocupadas. Comida muy normalita, poca cantidad
4 based on 109 reviews
Enjoy a dinner under a starry sky or a cocktail overlooking the beaches of Islantilla and the Atlantic Ocean. El Mirador Restaurant in Puerto Antilla Grand Hotel is located in our pool area surrounded by stunning gardens with palm trees and lush vegetatio
Bolognese was cold, the chicken was well undercooked, the mixed meat platter could have been the savour but more uncooked meat and soggy chips that were underneath the meat swimming in meat juices, understaffed and staff not that bothered about the poor food Hello, we thank you for taking a few minutes of your time to leave us your assessment so detailed and we appreciate your comment about our food that we will consider in order to improve. We are sorry for the inconvenience. A cordial greeting.
4 based on 376 reviews
We have been visiting Islantilla for over ten years now and always make a point of eating at this restaurant once during our visit. I have previously written a review so this is something of an update.It is in a great location looking out over the Islantilla beach promenade with views of the sea. You can sit inside in the air conditioning or outside on the balcony.The menu has not really changed at all and the quality of the food and service has remained high. It is a good place to eat fish, the lenguado [sole] is especially good, starters are also excellent to share particularly revuelto ,mojama and jamon. The wine list is pretty extensive but not too expensive. In all it has remained good quality in a centro commercial where restaurants come and goi
4 based on 438 reviews
Had tapas here one lunchtime, consisting of Russian salad, tuna in garlic oil, octopus salad and beef in red wine. Also had a large beer and a generous glass of tinto de verano and it came to 14 euros. Really lovely food and completely authentic, although they do have English translations on the menu and one of the waiters speaks good English
4 based on 613 reviews
... Just as we thought that everywhere was closed we came upon this little restaurant. (We had been hoping to find somewhere for lunch.) We enjoyed seafood soup followed by a montadito, which, to our surprise, came with a portion of chips! The soup was delicious. Excellent value - only 18 euros, which included bread, olives and a 1.5 litre bottle of mineral water. The menu was extensive for those seeking an evening meal or a heavier lunch.
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