Food and drink
There are all the dishes you’d expect, from paella and freshly-caught fish, to Spanish omelettes and gazpacho - and these are always homemade using the finest, local ingredients and presented in a way that’s verging on 'gourmet'.
It’s bustling and trendy, attracting everyone from achingly-cool urban professional couples to three generations of local families, all participating in the vibrant atmosphere between the palm parasols and underneath the timber veranda.
They’re not fawning. They’re too busy (in the summer) to play 'suck-up' to the customer. But they’re not rude either.
It's situated at the end of the main beach, La Rada, near Carrefour supermarket - which is also the best place to park.
I’d normally expect to pay about 25 euros a head for a two-course lunch with wine.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
- Chilling out