Best Fusion restaurants nearby. Discover the best Fusion food in Denia. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Fusion restaurants near you.. Dénia (Valencian: [ˈdenia], locally [ˈdenjɐ]; Spanish: Denia [ˈdenja]) is a city in the province of Alicante, Spain, on the Costa Blanca halfway between Alicante and Valencia, the judicial seat of the comarca of Marina Alta. As of 2014, it had a population of 41,672.
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4 based on 325 reviews
We are a few small restaurant 40 seats kitchen is based on our tapas meats and fish have 1 special Menu all day
For no reason we can recall it has been far too long since our last visit but todays lunch visit reminded us just how superb this venue is! With some justification, "foodies" around DÃ©nia wax lyrical about El Baret de Miguel Ruiz, as indeed so do we. Well, in my opinion, this restaurant is in the same class with amazing food and service.I am quite sure that if this was located in DÃ©nia, it would be as hard to secure a reservation as Miguel Ruiz.
4 based on 91 reviews
The whole family went for a meal. Nicely decorated, menu is translated in English which made it easy for non Spanish speakers. Owners are from Aragon, and the chef is bascan. We first sat outside for a drink in the alley behind the resturant.The menu is mainly Bascan food, pintxos etc. With also local fish, pastas, Rabo de toro mmm!! (oxtail) never tried it before. They had games for the children, which is an extra.The food was lovely.We will return again to what else is on menu another dayThanks to Susana and JosÃ© (there are very nice), also thanks to the Chef Cenchu. Must Try, we recommend it. We'll be back again
4 based on 173 reviews
Is a unique restaurant in Denia, where Japanese and Mexican culture combine to offer an original and different gastronomic space. This new kitchen concept aims to merge the best of Mexican and Japanese food. Join Tradition and Evolution. Born from the con
This was a pleasant surprise on calle Loreto - a small restaurant offering excellent traditional sashimi plus a wide range of fusion dishes including warm crispy maki, sushi with jalapeno instead of wasabi and maize taco rolls - a nice twist on the traditional Japanese.Well worth a visit
4 based on 168 reviews
Food was fairly decent but didn't realise we were back into the era of war time food rationing. For the prices you'd expect more than a bite sized filled taco. Pleasant enough but wouldn't return as whilst on holiday i prefer not to diet.
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