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Direkt neben dem Kino Ã¼berzeugt das neuerÃ¶ffnete Restaurant mit mexikanischen Gerichten und feinen Cocktails in modernem, ungezwungenem Ambiente.
La comida estuvo muy buena, pedimos nachos y ribs y estaba todo muy delicioso, gracias a Gabi que fue la camarera que nos atendiÃ³ y nos brindo un muy buen servicio, recomiendo el lugar
4 based on 60 reviews
We went to Costa Blanca with more than 40 people. There we reserved a large room with "Kegelbahn" (sort of bowling alley) in the basement. From outside, the restaurant doesn't look very nice and exposes a large menu with pictures of their dishes (which is always a bit weird!). But from the inside, it appears quite cozy. Although they claim being a spanish restaurant, they also offer italian and german cuisine on their menu... Once we arrived, there were already canapÃ©s and finger food waiting for us which was really nice. The wine was also ok. Then they started with a big buffet of diverse spanish tapas for starters. I have to say that those tapas were really, really good! Afterwards, they served Paella and in the end diverse cakes and tiramisu for dessert. I would like to point out that the service was also great. They were extremely attentive and therefore, we never ran out of food or wine. In all, we spend a very nice evening at Costa Blanca.
4 based on 130 reviews
We went for a late lunch at 13:15 (we actually closed them down, but they were very understanding about it) and ordered from both the Daily Specials menu and the main dinner menu, no problem. I had the Gambas a la Plancha with a green salad, a beer and a glass of chardonnay. The gambas were really prawns, of course -- I don't think the Spanish let any of their real gambas out of the country (I don't blame them) -- but fairly authentically prepared; the salad was ordinary for Switzerland, which means excellent by North American standards. Others had everything from BBQ spare ribs to several vegetarian dishes. All good, from their reports. This cozy little place is adjacent to the Bahnhof, so easy to enjoy for travelers. It helps if you understand German, but they will speak English cheerfully if you wish. It's medium-expensive by Swiss standards, which means "fine dining" prices for us Yanks & Canucks. They do take credit cards, which is not guaranteed everywhere in Switzerland.
4 based on 118 reviews
We had mixed tapas to start with: mushrooms, jalapeÃ±os, ham and bacon rolls. As main we tried the tenderloin and the chicken. Both tasted great! Service was good. We sat outside and enjoyed the small square view.
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