Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Alcaucin, Province of Malaga, Spain including El Bodegon de Juan Maria, La Maroma Asador, Meson Sara, Restaurante El Rancho Grande, Restaurante Cantueso, Restaurante Venta El Charco, El Ciervo, Restaurante Fuente la Pena, Verdugo, Restaurante Pizzeria La Vinuela
4 based on 78 reviews
Menu Del Dia is excellent Salad starter for the table then 3 courses and bread and alioli and drink all for 8 Euros
4 based on 89 reviews
Verdugo's has been a longstanding favourite of ours and of our friends for years - cheap, huge portions of typical Spanish food, simply and excellently cooked, very popular with locals and expatriates alike, and with Antonio at the centre of it all - friendly, highly efficient, welcoming. The great news is that that's all still true (& indeed we had a selection of dishes for an evening meal with a friend this time that weren't even on the menu: we just asked Antonio what he'd recommend). The bad news is that the place is up for rent - and it's not yet clear how quickly it'll change hands, and indeed whether a new owner or tenant would keep it going as a restaurant. There are 2 new restaurants or bars in the main street now so there's still plenty of choice, and another of the restaurants further up the road on the opposite side has been refurbished too, but Periana won't feel the same without Verdugo's at the centre of it. Go there quick, while you still can.
4 based on 22 reviews
Needed to stop during travel to eat and this was on the direct road we were using.Family run, simple, honest food on hand-written menu. Very good value. Reminded me a little of the transport cafÃ©s in UK because workers in vans and lorries were stopping here to have their break and lunch. Obviously a good stop-off point and popular.
3 based on 98 reviews
Very enjoyable Sunday lunch, in a very relaxed setting.Rustic decor, with a lovely ambiance.Manolo and Hilda were very welcoming and attentive throughout.The food was very well presented with a variety of vegetables of the season.Thoroughly recommend this restaurant in a beautiful white village in the mountains.The house wine was more expensive than the norm, for the area in general, but was a very good.
4 based on 408 reviews
Visited on tuesday evening beginning august. Had a rumpsteak which was very large but a bit fatty and chips like burger king. Ate inside which was nice and cool or there is a good size outside area with a lovely lakeview. English is understood with quite a few english customers at the time. 70 euros for 3 mains, 2 small beers, 2 glasses of wine and a desert. Not the fantastic place that some rave about but perfectly adequate for a family evening meal.
4 based on 176 reviews
Dine in style in a traditional Spanish Finca with exceptional sea, lake, and mountain views. Relaxing inside or outside on our terrace you can enjoy Mediterranean food at its best.
My first time back for over two years but the restaurant was as good as ever. Located on a spur overlooking Lake Vinuela, the gardens surrounding the restaurant are a mass of colour with hundreds of butterflies (and wasps). From the terrace the views are spectacular.The food is not bad either. The main change since a few years ago is the offer of a wide range of tapas and a small a la carte selection. We chose five dishes from the tapas section and they were all very good: deep fried aubergines with cane honey, deep fried squid with garlic sauce, fried fish (really good) and chips with tartare sauce, patatas bravas and grilled prawns with garlic sauce, which we shared. Finally, we each had a dish from the tapas section which could not be shared; a ramikin filled with patatas bravas and chorizo, topped with a fried egg, really good (and very filling)For pudding I enjoyed the fig pudding served with orange sauce. We retreated indoors when the wasps came hunting and came outside again for coffee.This is a thoroughly enjoyable venue for lunch with great views and food; the reward for the drive into the hills by Periana and the unmadeup road to the restaurant!
4 based on 108 reviews
Simple food , nicely cooked and served by a great host. The bar restaurant has a lovely terrace with views , in centre of the village. Was frequented by villagers and holiday makers.Particularly enjoyed garlic mushrooms and chicken croquettes were gorgeous.Very good value for what we had to eat. Highly recommend
4 based on 109 reviews
Lovely place to eat menu of the day is amazing value for money with excellent choices over the 3 courses staff are attentive but not intrusive, great dÃ©cor great place
4 based on 309 reviews
Visited La Maroma twice in a week, so really enjoy everything about this restaurant, the food is excellent, service is superb and always a welcoming handshake from Paco and his staff.
4 based on 188 reviews
We had a quiet dinner here, the interior is pleasant and we were the only customers - yet somehow the waiting staff seemed a bit too busy to serve us quickly. I ordered garlic soup and what I thought would be a nicely presented cheese platter - you know, a selection, chutneys, some salad perhaps, but no. The garlic soup just tasted like a cold bowl of condensed milk and the cheese platter was just a block of sheep's cheese cut into slices. That's it - literally nothing more or less. I could not taste garlic in the soup and although serving some soups cold is a local style, a cool dish really needs to have some flavour. It was OK - not great, not awful, just ok and I'd not order it again. My girlfriend had a chicken almond dish. Chicken quality is rarely superb in Spain - you will get lumps from joints, chewy bits of cartilage and it's never the freshest. But it was also OK and the almond sauce was the best thing they brought us. But the accompanying veg was cheap and tasteless corn, carrots and peas out of can. They opened the can, heated the contents, then put it on the plate. Unflavoured, cheap and hardly traditional. Is this why you go to a restaurant?Estimado cliente,Sentimos que su experiencia no haya sido todo lo placentera que usted esperase. No obstante me gustarÃa hacer varias puntualizaciones a su comentario. El queso de oveja no es habitual que se acompaÃ±e con guarniciÃ³n, salvo pan y aceite . A no ser que usted asÃ lo indique.Con respecto al pollo con almendras me desconcierta un poco porque no tenemos ningun plato de pollo con Almendras o salsa de almendras en nuestra carta.Con respecto a las verduras ocurre igual, la verdura que acompaÃ±a nuestros platos no contiene ni maiz ni guisantes como usted hace referencia en su comentario, por lo tanto, y no quiero ser mal pensado pero quizas visito otro restaurante y se ha confundido al escribir su experiencia?Reciba un cordial saludoEl bodegÃ³n de Juan MarÃa.
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