Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Cehegin, Spain including Restaurante La Almazara, Restaurante El Sol, Bar Mesoncico, La Barandica de Farina, Cafe of the Cehegin Casino, Restaurante Don Lucio, El Cason de los Reyes, Las Moreras, Lataza, Felymar Gastroteca
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4 based on 126 reviews
This is not a place which is going to knock you over with their range of food, but what they have is well prepared and well worth it. It's attractively served and tasty, available with a decent selection of wines and served by people who know their stuff. Not cheap, but tasty.
4 based on 18 reviews
One of my favourite places for a quick tapas type lunch, good food, good service, and clean refreshing decor. Little off the bested track, like two minutes from centre, but well worth the walk.
Restaurante genial, con trato agradable y comida exquisita. Gran variedad de platos de calidad . Aconsejable las alcachofas con jamon. Carnes bien realizadas de punto y calidad - precio muy bueno.
4 based on 402 reviews
One of the best options in Caravaca. It's the typical high level restaurant from Murcia. Well prepared fried entrees, high quality market fish and seafood, good meat. Excellent option in Caravaca to enjoy Murcia food. Best to enjoy with family or friends. Limited healthy options. When you come to these places you know that you are going to eat lots of protein, fried stuff and won't be able to skip desert. Price is good according to quality and service is friendly but not for a rush day.
4 based on 47 reviews
We are Don Lucio Restaurant, a leading company in the restaurant sector. We are in CehegÃn. We have qualified staff, who will gladly assist you in all your requirements. All our dishes have gone through a strict quality control to serve you the best of ou
We visited Cehegin over the Easter holidays for the day and after going round the town found this restaurant - what a discovery! We had to start pulpo al horno and vegetables a la plancha.Both were presently exquisite lay, the pulpo melted in your mouth not at all rubbery and the flavour of the vegetables was so fresh, even carrots done on the plancha were tender without being soggy or too crunchy.These hot starters were accompanied by a beautiful mixed salad which include artichoke hearts, asparagus etc.For main course we both went for the bacalao a la plancha again accompanied by some lovely vegetables but no chips, thankfully.Desserts are not to be missed, all homemade pan de calatrava and leche frita.As it was an extremely hot day for the time of the year we just had ice cold water.This meal is still being talked about now after all this time.We will certainly go here again when in the area.
4 based on 38 reviews
The Cehegin Casino Cafe aims to be more than just a cafeteria. It is a catering establishment serving both members and customers and lovers of this long-lived and baroque mansion. If the building is clearly a place with its own identity, the bar-cafeteria
Thank you Pepe and Anna for the lovely evening we spent with you enjoying wine and Tapas. The view from the terrace is spectacular and the selection of Tapas was extensive. I especially enjoyed the small salmon parcels and Michael really enjoyed the mini burger.Looking forward to visiting again next week with our son.
4 based on 83 reviews
We went with friends and sat snide and had 6 different Tapas plates, a couple of bottles of wine and a couple of spirits. Great food, great value. As someone else has said totally chilled and great service, do not walk past it, it is the best Tapas bar in town
4 based on 85 reviews
We just dropped in for drinks. Coffee good, service fine, toilets clean! They obviously also do some tapas type items as well but we'd just had lunch in Bullas! It's quite a tiny road side outside space but sheltered.
4 based on 142 reviews
Cehegin is a delightful little town. Donât be put off by the rather ordinary suburbs surrounding the hill, but head for the ancient quarter, nestled on and down the sides of the hill itself. Parking can be something of an issue but there is a limited amount of free parking in the square right at the top of the hill. From there, it is a pleasant stroll down to El Sol.Like so many others, this restaurant does not look much from the outside but inside is lovely. The decor is a Mediterranean blue with a rather nice painting of Cehegin, surrounded by lots of photos of the Patron and many of his, presumably well known, customers.Although we were the first customers of the day for lunch, by the time we left there had been a fair sprinkling of locals in; always a good sign!The Menu del Dia is 10â¬. This includes the usual salad, two courses, dessert and a drink. Two of us opted for the Estofado of Ternera for first course and two of us for the Sopa de Castellano. Both were very nice. The soup was a clearish one with a couple of slices of bread in it, and an egg poached on top. We all went for the Fillet steak for second course, which was served with chips. The steak was very tasty and, mostly, very tender. Dessert seemed to be limited to the choice between a chocolate tart or a coffee mousse.All in all, a very pleasant meal, and i wouldnât hesitate to eat here again if we go back to Cehegin.Dear TauntonBob!Is really nice read your opinion, Thank you!!!If you are coming back to CehegÃn, we will wait for you here.Paco.
4 based on 145 reviews
Near Cehegin,this lovely authentic Spanish restaurant is a must for lovers of real Spanish food and wines.In a quiet little village off the beaten track it has beautiful decor,amazing food and extremely personal, friendly service from the attentive waiters.We had the rice with rabbit and it was amazing, my wife is Spanish and she says it was her favourite rice dish in Murcia.We will definitely be returning to try some more of the extensive menu.Not cheap but definitely value for money.
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