This rural-style restaurant in the old town of Alicante offers good service, quality, and quantity. This restaurant still holds onto countryside traditions and is located in a car-free area of Alicante. Once you go, you’ll want to go back. From September until March, the best thing to try is their house-cured cheese and the “arroz con costra.” It’s simply divine!
Actually, today there are two Katagorri in Alicante, on C / Portugar and on the Rambla. I can only say that the food is the best I've had in Alicante, and is offered at market prices. I have eaten here many times and it seems that the creativity of these guys never ends. There is always a new and interesting dish or snack to try. I sincerely congratulate the owners of this place.
A family restaurant, cozy and very well-kept. In Urbanova, near the airport of Alicante. You can find traditional Mediterranean cuisine there. Our wine list is extensive and highly recommended to its customers.
This is a replica of an eighteenth century Spanish galleon, permanently docked at the port in Malaga. It can be towed to any port of Spain. Area: 2400 m2. It has three decks with completely different environments: You can eat in the Trinidad restaurant (Mediterranean cuisine), dance in the Trafalgar Room, have a drink in Sala Gravina, or a snack in Sala Churruca. The perfect place to take a stroll around the deck, have something to eat or just a drink.
In a place as obsessed with turrón (nougat) as Alicante, it’s difficult to find a turrón vendor that really stands out. This kiosk still maintains the original family-recipe and process of making turrón from 100 years ago.
Today, there isn’t anyone in Alicante that hasn’t tried their turrón. The kiosk is also right next to the central market, a fact which only adds to its popularity. They also sell dessert wines that they make themselves using the finest natural ingredients.
Turrón is the most popular product among tourists on a visit to Alicante. It’s understandable because the almonds they use are really first-rate. So, if you’re in the market for turrón, this is the best place to go.
To make a comparison, you could say that Paco Torreblanca is to desserts what Ferrán Adria is to high-cuisine. His desserts and pastries are famous throughout the world. It’s a wonderland for sugar-fiends!
The pastry shop has a minimalist touch in its design and you know from the second you enter the door that this is no normal place. The service staff was very friendly. In Torreblanca, they put a lot of effort into the presentation and packaging, something I love. The boxes read “Torreblanca Haute Couture.” But, the most important thing, of course, are the pies, cakes, sweets, and chocolates you’ll find in the store.
It’s finger-licking good. As far as the price goes, I’ll say that it wasn’t as high as I expected for the level of quality. Six tartlets cost me 18euros. If I were you, I wouldn’t hesitate to go to Torreblanca when you’re in Alicante.
We love to go to this bar-restaurant when we're enjoying a weekend break. As well as being in front of the little beach, the sea breeze is always cool here, and it's a pleasure to come and have a beer and some tapas. The service is quick and attentive, and it's a great spot for fried potatoes. While you enjoy your tapas, the kids can play on the beach, or on the playground beside the bar. Prices are normal for a spot like this, right next to the sea.
Isla Marina faces the city of Alicante, just at the end of Postiguet Beach. You can sit here and enjoy the water splashing you as you drink a mojito. There's an indoor pool, so if you bring your swimsuit you can take a dip, and a DJ booth plays different types of music - house, techno, or ambient - depending on the time of day. Live music performances take place regularly. On Sundays there's usually a pianist, a vocalist, and a saxophonist. There's a restaurant with two floors (the top floor is for VIPs), serving Mediterranean cuisine.
The whole city can be seen through the large windows of this restaurant, on the wall of the Castillo de Santa Barbara in Alicante. Here you can enjoy traditional flavours mingling with current techniques; each dish has something surprising about it. Rice with grilled octopus, dried octopus, shrimp tartare with pomegranate ... They also offer a huge wine cellar with more than 100 options.
This is a fantastic place with great atmosphere and decor. It brings together the coolest people of Alicante, and with its kitchen and wine cellar, it's a reference site in Alicante and Spain.
Try the herring, the canned foods from La Cathedral and Royal Spanish Canning, ham, seafood, truffles in season, tapas, the croquette boletus, foie nougat, sirloin steak, the little kobe hamburger ..
My experience at L'arruzz of Alicante has been very good. The service was impeccable and the atmosphere is great. As for the food, the menu is varied and appetizing. The dishes we ordered were very good: eggplant chips, crispy chicken salad , sautéed potatoes with cured ham and eggs....plus, delicious desserts. We tried several, but I'd certainly recommend the brownie & the cheesecake which were delicious. I highly recommend this place for value for money. Whenever I get the chance to return to Alicante, I always drop by.
A restaurant without great fanfare or luxury, it is simple but that's not what is important, what matters is the quality of its dishes, the homey, simple but exquisite food. I recommend chicken tikka masala and the delicious cheese bread. The service is correct and prices are affordable. I liked it!!
Cinema and theatre food concessions often have limited quality products, focusing on the fast and simple. Well, here things are a bit different: the terrace is almost always full, whether it's breakfast time or afternoon coffee and ice cream. In Alicante there are many pubs open in summer, so the only way to compete is to offer top quality produce, as you see here ...
Located in the center of Alicante, this is a good place to have a dinner with your partner or friends, as it is located in the very heart of the nightlife district. Here you can hold bachelor parties. Good service.
Xiao Wok is a buffet-style restaurant spread over two floors, with the main room downstairs and another upstairs. Here you can enjoy Japanese specialties like sushi, sashimi and tempura, as well as ramen, noodles, and all sorts of vegetables and seafood. You can also choose from a selection of raw ingredients, and the chef will cook them to order with any of the nine sauces that are available. You can watch your food being prepared, as the kitchen is open. The food isn't bad, but be aware that despite being advertised as a Japanese restaurant, the staff are Chinese.