Discover the best restaurant in Puerto de Mazarron, Spain including Restaurante La Barraca, Restaurante Amapola, Viggos Restaurante, Market Tavern Restaurant, Cerveceria Angel, Gran Mundo Wok Buffet, Elliot's, Teteria Restaurant Alhambra, El Faro Cafeteria, Sartaj
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4 based on 240 reviews
Great for having lunch or dinner. The meals are simple and fresh, neither sophisticated nor new-cousine, and the price is good value for money.
In my opinion, the main course isn't enought for a glutton like me, so I'd suggest a couple of starters before, as a salad, grilled/barbecued squids or red prawns.
Before going, you should book a table if you don't want to wait for a long time.
Even though the food will be delicious, if you want to enjoy it totally, don't go on weekends. it's crowded and could be really stressful (mostly on summer): waiters running around you and dozens of people yelling in the bar while are waiting for a table.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
Amapola Restaurant offer you a particular mediterranean cuisine with fresh products.
We found this restaurant just by chance and what a delight it was! Excellent food, lovely setting, great value and friendly very helpful staff. Well worth a visit?
4 based on 1 reviews
Stayed in Puerto de Mazarron for 3 nights. We tried this place after being turned away from another similar establishment as it wasn't open for 20 minutes!!!! Glad we were, the food was excellent, cooked superbly. The waiter was very attentive, answered all our questions. The wine was reasonably priced. The setting by the harbour finished off the great experience.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
It's been 7 years since we last frequented The Market Tavern but amazingly the quality of the food and the friendliness of the service has just continued to get better and better. Carlos and his team offer a warm welcome to all and serve excellent food which offers great value for money. My personal favourite's are the Lasagne followed by Apple Crumble and Custard (the crumble is the best ever), all home made. They are closed on Mondays, but have food theme nights throughout the rest of the week offering an inclusive price for 3 courses in addition to their main menu and the best Sunday roast (on Sunday obviously) in town (booking is advisable). Visit once and I guarantee you'll become a regular. 5*
4.5 based on 133 reviews
WE VISITED this restaurant three times and never had a bad meal. Is a family run restaurant, with outside sitting. Very popular with Spaniards specially on a Sunday when they do paellas, also they do to take away, very tasty. Service very friendly, they accept credit cards.I recommend it !
4 based on 253 reviews
we have eaten here a few times and it gets very busy especially summer so we avoid then as its too crowded..
we went a few days ago which is out of season..and we arrived for around 5.45pm ..which i belive is the best time as all the foid was just prepared and put out so you couldnt get better quality...i have not been at that time before and i wiĺl now only go then and out of season for the best and freshest quality.. 4 out of 5 good family visit and the food was great and excellent price.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
We made friends whilst staying on Camposol October 2017, we were taken to Elliot's by a friend we made (see caption above) a fantastic lunch and plenty of it...couldn't do enough for you we were made to feel very very welcome...... service was great and so was the food.....staff very friendly and helpful.....extra gravy when needed ...smashing....a must for the fantastic Yorkshire Pudding (a Yorkshire lass talking here...lol.......) would definitely visit again and recommended.
4 based on 128 reviews
We popped for lunch on my birthday as we fancied something a bit different from the usual menu deal dia. There's a choice of kebab or harisa soup to start....and both were quite tasty in small portions. The flat bread was nice though. We both had cous cous for seconds and were disappointed....a bit tasteless and dry....not like North African food should be. As other reviewers point out a beer and orange juice were charged for...not what it said on the board! Pretty average for €9.95 really. Staff were friendly enough and the location is good but we won't be back.
4.5 based on 419 reviews
Welcome to Café El Faro, come and enjoy a unique location, placed in the incomparable Puerto de Mazarrón bay, a spot you should not miss. Since its opening in 1966, our café is one of the emblematic landmarks of Puerto de Mazarrón. This enforces a continuous improvement in our installations and our services. We are committed to offer a high quality service to our clients together with an unforgettable experience in their spare time or holidays. OPENING HOURS We open during Easter week (Wednesday to Sunday) and every weekend of May (Saturdays and Sundays). In Summer, we are open every day, from the second week of June until the end of September. We are open between 15.30 in the afternoon until late at night.
We had been recommended this place for the views and they did not disappoint. Qw bagged a table with amazing views of The Marina, montains and sea. Prompt service and the ice cream was wonderful. The staff attending the table were very polite and friendly. The ionly reason for not giving 5* was the lack of food options. We will know next time and I am sure this will become a firm favourite
4.5 based on 105 reviews
Still excellent food served in great surroundings. The Dinner menu at 12.95€ really hits the spot with lots of choice for starters and mains. The Mango Chicken was particularly nice although for me (Madras man) it was a bit too sweet.
This is the best in the area for a curry.
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