Reviews on Seafood food in Pilar de la Horadada, Province of Alicante, Spain. Pilar de la Horadada (Spanish pronunciation: [piˈlar ðe la oɾaˈðaða]) is a town and district in the Province of Alicante, in the southeast of Spain. Located 66 km south of Alicante, the city is the southernmost of the Valencian Community, only 1 km north of the regional border (with the Province of Murcia) The town and its neighbouring villages (Pinar de Campoverde and Torre de la Horadada) are home to thousands of British, German and Northern European expatriates. San Javier Airport (Murcia) is within close proximity.
Things to do in Pilar de la Horadada
4 based on 484 reviews
Had an excellent meal, the four of us had T bone steak, cooked to perfection. Waiter was very attentive and when he didn't quite understand what we wanted, he went to get another member of staff who did. Three of us had carrot cake which was very moist and tasty, and the 4th person in our party had the egg custard, which we were told was delicious. Lovely view sat out on the balcony. We will be returning on our last night's stay.
4 based on 162 reviews
Fish. Fresh and delicious Steaks full taste on a hot plate The service is first class very attentive staff Will explain all types of fish Every shell fish on display. And you can. Try tapas anything you want to try Prices. Very. Reasonable. This is our 3rd visit on holiday
4 based on 684 reviews
Quite simply the best restaurant this side of Spain. Service is excellent, wines are amazing, and the food is on another level. Such a lovely setting and accompanied by someOf the best food Iâve ever tasted. I cannot recommend highly enough, a truly wonderful experience.
4 based on 69 reviews
First visited here whilst doing the Torre Tapas Ruta, earlier in the summer.Returned later in the year with friends as the fish on display inside is just scrummy.Had a lovely dinner and we weren't disappointed, we had swordfish and crayfish. amongst other things. Good wine and sat outside on a warm Spanish evening. Not the best location but still bliss!Not too badly priced, although not a cheap meal, well worth it.
4 based on 829 reviews
Went again to Venezuela restaurant that never disappoints on quality of food. As it was only lunch I decided on some âmariscosâ, and Seafood soup. I was however surprise receiving the bill, since I found the price of the Mariscos platter too high priced. I had four shrimp/Prawns, and two small crayfish, and the price was 49 euros. I will be back, but do not dear order without knowing the price for the plate.
4 based on 96 reviews
In el castillo restaurant, we have a long time of experience from 1989, working in the rest section. you can enjoy our food ordering one of the best fishes of our costas, seefoods, meets, a nice sirloin or a autentic paella that you never forget. in the b
Having been closed for a time it is great to see the original owners back in charge ...The restaurant has had a complete reform and once again is offering an extensive range of tapas and the best fresh seafood that is available ...Good luck with this must visit bar
4 based on 230 reviews
Chose this restaurant based on Trip Adviser reviews and my three friends all thanked me for my efforts! I went for the previous rec of goat leg and that was wonderful, as was the baby hake starter, she bass and rice dishes.Extra plus was the bread pudding - nothing like I was expecting as a Lancatrian bread and butter pudding fan, but this cinnamon tasting treat was certainly a nice finale to a excellent repast.Only thing that we could not understand - why were the bottles of Merlot served so cold?
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