The restaurant is the oldest in the port of Calpe, located in Alicante. The restaurant has been there since 1941 and offers good Mediterranean food, fresh fish, fried rice ... A pleasant place by the harbor, with large windows overlooking Toix, the Rock and the harbor, and specialist and inventor of "the senyoret arrós" peeled paella with seafood, make sure you go there ready to eat! The menus are quite affordable.
I have been about 6 or 7 times to Italy, and even been to Sorrento, but the best Sorrento Gnochi is in Calpe at Casanova Pizzeria. Affordably priced with daily menus and excellent treatment by Lucciana and Giovanni. Please give him my regards. Tell Giovanni they are from the person who called him "boy"! :)
We ate very well!. All very good and excellent treatment!. All accompanied by a good price. The spectacular steak and apple pie (tati call it) too!. If we have a an occasion, we will definetely go back there. It is best to book a reservation because there are lots of people.
An idyllic place on the Mediterranean. A fine dining restaurant on the beach, exceptional service and excellent food. The price is very good though it differs for lunch and dinner, at noon they have menus from 25 euros and of course an extensive menu. I definitely recommend it.
The center of town is a quirky, crossover slopes and descents which arccaica denotes the orientation of the streets, as well as remarkable historical nuances. Framed in this particular beautiful architectural setting and located on Avenida Ifach No. 26, next to City Hall, is the Gazebo Restaurant. A great local personality open since 1980 that infects your kitchen with a whole world of experience and authenticity either in the conception of the dishes or the incorporation of international specialties. A comfortable place to enjoy the beauty of the best views of Calpe Avenue and the sea. The house favorite dishes are oxtail, excellent sea bass in salt, and tasty treats featured the menu such as succulent Chateaubriand or very French endive and Roquefort salad. You can also enjoy a tasting menu with a variety of homemade tapas and main courses such as meat, fish or the specialty salt sea bass, the dessert menu has a variety of homemade desserts. The menu includes half bottle of aged Rioja wine. All this at a very special price so the gastronomy can be enjoyed at a price within reach of every pocket € 25 VAT included.
This place is right next to the Mediterranean Sea, and features its bay and its terraced stone under pine trees in front of the sea, all outdoors. It is a shame that is only open during the summer months of July to September. It is a place to eat tapas or a good barbecue, with live music and drinks. The owners are two sisters who are great and super fun, and no waiters, only seven or eight women. If you go to Alicante's coast, don't miss this spot.
A nice place very close to beach Calalga, with a terrace and TV (we could see the F1). Its owner, Ana, is Belgian and offers excellent service. I love it because the dishes are served with care and attention to detail. Value good. Very tasty breakfast, fresh orange juice and coffee accompanied by a Belgian cookie. They also have Belgian beers.
Restaurante Canada is one of the many fresh seafood restaurants packed into the Calpe's lively fishing port and it's a good choice for a fresh, tasty, and affordable lunch after a morning at the beach. To get to the fishing port, just follow the seaside promenade towards Playa Cantal Roig and you'll find it.
At first, the fishing port can be a little overwhelming if you're a visitor. There are dozens of fresh seafood restaurants all jostling for business and all serving more or less the same thing. And while the restaurants are all pretty good, there are definitely those geared more towards tourists and those preferred by the locals. A good rule of thumb is to pick the restaurants with the daily menu written in Spanish on a chalk board out front, not those with the daily menu printed in 20 languages on an unchanging, laminated menu.
Luckily, Restaurante Canada is a locals-oriented joint (though it of course gets its fair share of tourists like us) and it serves an unbeatable daily menu for 15 euros. For starters, you get a choice of salad, fried anchovies, fried squid, fried baby squid, or a fritura (a mixed platter of all of the above) and for seconds you get a selection of rice dishes typical of the Valencian coast: seafood paella, arroz del senyoret (basically paella but with peeled seafood), and arroz a banda, a paella-like rice dish made with fish rather than shellfish. Desert or coffee and bread is also included in the menu but drinks are separate.
We got salad, fritura, and an arroz del senyoret for two, and it was literally the perfect meal for a day at the beach. There's nothing like getting a freshly-made paella while enjoying the view of the palm trees and Calpe's iconic Peñon de Ifach! If you're in Calpe and looking for a relaxed, beachy meal of local cuisine without the typical tourist surcharge, head to the fishing port and check out Restaurante Canada.
This Restaurant located in the same building as the Hotel Sol y Mar, so it shouldn't be confused with the hotel's own restaurant (which is great and much more affordable). It features a Menu of several mini signature dishes, the textures are quite curious as well as the flavors. It is very expensive (60 euros per person). Mini Pumpkin sirloin with cream (30 euros). For Desserts I only recommend the orange cake and melting apple, the rest I leave them in the dish.
This restaurant is an idyllic place for its presence, its coziness, and of course, the food. Certainly among my favoritos. The service is excellent, very nice and simple. On sunny days you can enjoy the terrace as it is situated in a pedestrian area. It is quite different from other restaurants in Calpe.