Discover Restaurants offering the best Spanish food in Altura, Algarve, Portugal including Cascas Tapearia, O Charco, O Setimo Passo, LPA The Culinary Bar, Meraki Tapas
4 based on 86 reviews
Restaurant, on terrace, tapas of regional products of excellence.
Already last year we've enjoyed the extremely delicious tapas. They are very tasty, still very light and therefore good to be digested, old recipes adjusted, prepared and served by a very friendly family. And all this with a view on the nice surroundings of Praia Verde
4 based on 81 reviews
Spending a wonderful week in Altura we enjoyed lunches and dinners not only in Altura but in Faro, Olhao and other nearby places. When we finally found O Charco we were so pleased we had 3 dinners there! It's a genuine Portuguese restaurang situated by the beach. We love the quality of the fish and the seafood, the generosity of the kitchen, discussing what wine to choose for the meal, the personal chats with the manager and the rest of the staff etc etc. The prices are modest. There is only 1 (one) thing missing: a candle-light on each table. Wishing to be back soon!
5 based on 46 reviews
O Setimo Passo introduces itself as the place for food and beer lovers. We strive in providing unique tastes and experiences in a relaxed environment
Ok, the Monte Gordo gastronomy scene has been improving in recent years: in addition to Vicius there is now Galo Negro, Wow Sushi, and of course Pezinhos N'Areia a half hour walk along the beach away. But the nicest surprise this year was Setimo Passo. Close to a cluster of nondescript tourist joints this is a real gem. It's the type of place that in terms of sophistication is more commonly found in Lisbon or indeed London (where owner and chef were based before). It's a great mix of original and extremely appealing tapas, and a great range of craft beers and cocktails. The photos speak for themselves - we went a total of 3 times and tried most items on the menu (which changes regularly). Our favorites were the veggie gyozas, the chorizo flame-grilled in aguadente, and the tuna. Happy hour is a real deal: for example a gin & tonic with Sipsmith gin and fever tree tonic, for 4 Eur, excellent. Also tried a number of craft bears/APA/IPAs - overall a very nice range.Setimo Passo is also a nice place to hang out after a day at a beach- there are games and books, and good music, suitable for families.Overall the place is a real treat, though seeing that it's often quite empty while the hordes are queuing at the nearby tourist fast food places, it's originality and sophistication are not matched by the standard MG visitor. We hope the manage to survive and would love to see them again next summerThank you nkerle for the awesome review!! It was a pleasure having you over and we hope to see you again soon!!
4 based on 1357 reviews
This restaurant serves mainly seafood which is good and fresh, as in Spain, practically everything is deep fat fried in a type of tempura batter, we had delicious hake and Calamari,Inside LPA is a bar like interior, comfortable.Outside seating area you need to book a table in advance,
5 based on 111 reviews
Meraki Tapas, hemos querido crear un nuevo concepto GastronÃ³mico, preparado para disfrutar de los mejores sabores de nuestra tierra a travÃ©s de la presentaciÃ³n de nuestras tapas y platos, elaborados con productos tÃpicos de la zona, y de mercado. Nuestro
First visit to Meraki and we will definitely return. Great choice of tapas, that has a modern and exciting twist to it. Service was very friendly and of high standard, very attentive...English spoken also. The food was just fantastic...octopus, calamari and a variety of other choices. Very reasonably priced.
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