Food and drink
Food-wise you’re in extremely safe hands with the award-winning chef and owner, José Ramos, at the helm. Homely Andalusian fayre is given a 21st-century, elegant twist here. The assorted grilled fish and seafood platter is always a winner - and is as fresh as can be, with the local fishermen bringing the ingredients to the restaurant each day.
There’s a kind of celebratory atmosphere as the guests, mainly Spaniards from the north and well-heeled foreign residents, know they’re enjoying some of the best food around. I always try and get a table in the beautiful, flower-ladened terrace as the tables are not quite so close together.
The waiting staff work very hard to make sure you have a good meal, but sometimes it can get very busy and can be a little slow.
It’s not well sign-posted and can be difficult to find, especially at night. Head towards Hotel El Paraiso and it’s just 100 metres from there.
Expect to pay around 32 euros a head for a good meal with wine.
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions