Retaurante Le Dauphin

Price guide: Expensive

Calle Puerto Lapice 18, Playa de Portalet, Moraira, 03724

Price guide: Expensive

Recommended for:
Couples, Foodies, Honeymooners, Relaxation, Romance, Special occasions

Expert review of Retaurante Le Dauphin

Art in all its forms.

Whether you consider cooking an art form or not, there’s no escaping it at Le Dauphin; the artistic way the building was constructed using huge stones, and wood from a monastery in Toledo; the sculptures that form a permanent display, the work of owner, artist and chef Bert Wets; the artistry inherent in the presentation of his creations, or simply the gastronomic art for which the restaurant has become so well-known. And as if man-made art wasn’t enough, the art of nature, with the beautiful views over the bay to the great rock of the Peñon de Ifach at Calpe.

Food and drink: 

The menu is superbly inventive; marinated red tuna with tapenade sauce and a jelly of fresh herbs and sesame; scallops ‘Aix en Provence’, with dried tomatoes, oregano, basil and lavender; or you might drool over crusty filo pastry tacos filled with entrecote steak with herb and nut butter.

Ambience: 

Elegant and artistic.

Service: 

Understated but attentive.

Location: 

Overlooking the bay at the Playa del Portet, Moraira

Price advice: 

There are three fixed menus available, but not of them cheap.

More information on Retaurante Le Dauphin:

Price guide:
Expensive
Type:
Restaurant
Food:
International, Mediterranean, Modern, Spanish
Address:
Calle Puerto Lapice 18, Playa de Portalet, Moraira, 03724
Telephone:
966 490 432
Website:
http://www.ledauphin.com
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
Reservations:
Suggested

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