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4 based on 766 reviews
Went to this restaurant last night as a group of 8 friends. We had a lovely table inside with beautiful views. We ordered drinks including a bottle of house white wine , which was barly drinkable. The food was very hit and miss. The pork was lovely as was the skewered monkfish and prawns however the veal was tough and the grilled monkfish turned out inedible. I had the red snapper which was fine but not the best I've had. Waiting staff were friendly and helpful.
4 based on 104 reviews
We came here on a Saturday evening at around 8pm which is quite early for this part of Spain and the restaurant had just opened. There were two local customers already there and we were welcomed by the (I presume) lady owner and give a lovely table in the corner of the room where we could both see everything that was going on. We started with a shared tropical salad that was enormous-there must habe been one of every fruit and salad vegetable in the kitchen from lettuce to avocados to bananas, beautifully arranged with a lovely dressing. We had swordfish and a pork escalope which again was huge and very tasty. We couldn't manage a dessert but were given a complimentary liqueur-not sure what it was, but it was delicious. While we were eating, the restaurant gradually filled up with local customers. It was lovely to experience a family run business serving regular customers of all ages-they were still coming in as we left at 10.45.
4 based on 253 reviews
After a day at Almunecar beach I was starving and as it was on the way back I went to Salobrena carne a la piedra. Tomato ? salad is good they have however cut back on the honey and mustard sauce but if you ask...MoreMuchas Gracias por su buena puntuación con nuestro restaurante,y Gracias Gracias por visitarnos ¡¡¡¡¡
4.5 based on 241 reviews
Staff super friendly and speak good English. They were very efficient and accommodating.
Premises looked reasonably clean.
However the food was real bad, nothing like what it should of been and one of the dishes were tasteless and just about cooked.
It was also very expensive!!
4 based on 309 reviews
This was our first visit on a recommendation from a local taxi driver. We weren't disappointed. The views from the skybar Terrace were amazing, and it was a beautiful evening. We had two very good wines (their wine list is quite extensive). We also had grilled sole, grilled lamb chops, grilled pork and fried fish. All were very good, but beware that the fried fish comes in a huge portion! The staff are lovely as well. There is a bar area downstairs if you just fancy a drink.
4 based on 369 reviews
Went to this restaurant again I find it always consistent in its service and food standards. It makes no difference what time of the year either.
If you are not hungry stick to the starters they are large enough for a main course. I love the tricolour salad or their version of the prawn cocktail.
The paella is excellent as well, the seafood one.
If you are in the area hit this restaurant it is on the beach as well.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We were on our way to a meeting and stopped for refreshment. They brought some tasty tapas of fried fish that must have bee marinated in vinegar and nicely seasoned along with some olives. They didn't rush us and we felt welcomed. I'd return.Muchas Gracias por su valoración de chiringuito casa Emilio
4 based on 74 reviews
Stopped here for lunch by the ocean.
Friendly service, great location, literally on the beach.
Nice tapas starter on the house, squid in sauce..
Great to see half portions available on the entire menu, big enough for lunch, or for childs dinner..
Had Meatballs, Paella, Pork in tomato sauce, Bread, Orange juice, Radler, and a glass of Red Wine, €20.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Easy to find and park opposite the beach, we ate on the outside Terrace.Within half an hour the Terrace was full, and popular with the Spanish locals. Three of us ordered cod, red mullet and monkfish from the a la carte menu and all three meals were excellent. Service was friendly and attentive. At €60 for the meal and drinks it was good value for quality food in a pleasant location. Will definitely visit again.
4 based on 96 reviews
El Molino is a beach restaurant (Chiringuito) about half way along the beach. It is well established, and at least out of season serves lunch (they used to serve dinner in the season). The food is as you might expect - largely seafood of various kinds, but other meat based dishes as well. The quality is very good - freshly prepared, and well presented. The service is generally very efficient, even at the height of weekend lunch. We have eaten here on many occasions. On a recent visit, we had paella, which was very good, and sardines which were excellent. At other times we have had various fish dishes. Recommended.
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