12 May 2018

ASADOR LA CHUMBERA 

As you approach this restaurant, which is in a slightly out of the way location along the main coastal road between Agua Amarga and Carboneras, you may think you are entering someone's back garden.

That is exactly what it feels like if you dine outside in the evening, where you can sit in the courtyard on lovely tables in the shade of pomegranate trees  and enjoy the stunning sunset and the view back to Agua Amarga over the sea.

Inside you will find two, more formal rooms and a bar area

On this evening in early May, we chose to sit inside and started with:

Anchoas del cantábrico con pan tomate (Cantab...

17 Sep 2017

ASADOR IZASKUN

We had driven past the sign for Asador Izaskun lurking above the trees on the motorway the day before and I said to friends in the car that looks like it could be a nice restaurant. Without realising, this was to be our third and final restaurant visit on our short trip to Sax in Alicante to visit our friend Howard Goldsmith.

On arrival we found a restaurant set in beautiful surroundings with manicured gardens.

We where taken to a large dinning room with large window views to the gardens.

The restaurant can be used for large banquets, weddings etc.

The restaurant is Basque influenced and specialises in gri...

30 May 2017

Restaurante Ca's Pages
 

This is one of the most historic northern Ibiza restaurants. It is run by two sisters, Carmen and Lucia and dates from 1972. It is located in the basement of the family home and in the shaded planted back garden.

The outdoor, partly covered seating is beautiful, full of green plants and if you come early you have a great choice of seating. There are big, long tables for families or a romantic small table set up in one of the hidden corners.

On colder days you'll find a cosy spot inside the restaurant itself which has a great log fire off season.
 
The food concept is simple: You order whatever...

18 Jan 2017

La Taperia - Mesón del Asador (formally Pulpo y Aparte)

If you are looking for grilled and or octopus in Jerez de la Frontera, this is the place to come.

If you like pulpo (octopus) you will not go wrong in finding this smart little tapas bar. They have different options, from healthy boiled traditional Pulpo a Feira to pan fried versions.

The excellent Pulpo a Feira here is so good you would almost think you are in some little pulpeira in cool Galicia rather then the baking hot sherry town of Jerez de la Frontera.

There are also excellent grilled meats like chuletón de vaca retinta

 or chuletón de buey

Also try Pimentos...

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