Restaurant Victoria

Address: Passeig del Mar 23, Tossa de Mar, 17320, Spain
Telephone: 972 34 01 66

- Mid-range

4.1

A good, traditional Catalan seafood restaurant overlooking the marina at Tossa de Mar.

The sea-front promenade at Tossa is basically a string of restaurants from one end to the other and some are obviously more touristy than others. This is one of the more traditional and (slightly) less touristy ones and serves very fresh fish. The other thing I like about this place is that unlike most of the other restaurants in town, they serve late into the afternoon which is great if you’re in search of a late lunch.

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Food and drink

There is lots of fresh fish with a large choice of different fish and seafood. Last time I was there, I had some very good grilled sardines and whitebait followed by one of their specialities – fideua (like a paella, but with noodles instead of the rice).

Ambience

There is a simple gingham-table clothed terrace overlooking the marina with a high ceilinged, old-fashioned interior lined with old paintings.

Service

The service is old-school and prompt with friendly, avuncular waiters rushing around in black trousers and white shirts.

Location

As above, it faces the beach and marina on the main seafront promenade.

Price advice

It's 30-40 euros per head for three courses. Prices are high for Spain but then you’re paying for the prime sea-front location.

Recommended for

  • Couples
  • Families with teenagers
  • Families with younger children
  • Mature travellers
  • Sporty types
  • People watching
  • Relaxation
  • Chilling out

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