The truth is that the restaurant is very well located as it has a really cool view of the harbor. There is also a piano inside. As for the price, if you don't order a lot the price can be reasonable. I recommend the rice dishes and desserts (combination of tarts).
Located on the beachfront, its slightly elevated windows give a fantastic view across the beach, so it's ideal for eating while watching the blue sea. Their menu is extensive and the dishes are huge, so I can assure you that you will leave well fed. For us it was recommended to try the fideuá and it was delicious. but the dessert made from figs was not far behind. It's worth it.
Probably one of the most creative kitchens in El Campello. Located on the waterfront, it's a culinary experience. The sampler menu has a wide range of flavors on offer, each more delicious than the last. The interesting thing is that they have taken traditional cuisine and have given it a twist, but without abandoning its main ingredients, making it an explosive way to enjoy the food.
It's a pizza place next to the beach whose food is pasta, pizza and other things Italian. Visitors to the place will appreciate the good service, cozy atmosphere and fresh ingredients in every dish. A place where guests can have a good time after work or for those who want to explore the city at night.
Not that the rest of the menu isn't worthwhile, but if there's a place to try campellero broth it is in this promenade restaurant. The decor is similar to the inside of a ship and it gets you in the mood for what you're going to eat. Campellero broth is made from a fish stew, the broth is then used to make rice. The order in which you eat the food is first the fish and finally the rice - it's delicious.
My wife and I were looking for something for dinner and something a bit mixed. We found that this restaurant is not like a burger joint we're used to. Rather, it's a place where you can order fish if you're not into only having a typical burger. I guess hence the name "Mix". It is on the northern waterfront. Right in front of the beach. Cheap, fast and good service, while enjoying beautiful sea views.
Near the port of Campello, with lots of movement, it has good food, a varied menu and good prices. With drinks we had a plate of cheese (a rarity in the area), the dogfish was very good, but the potatoes and ham, for my taste, were very bland as it lacked egg or a little sauce to dip the potatoes. Also it was too bad that there was little variety in desserts, we chose fondant for sharing (for chocolate lovers!) Good looking salads, fried squid and mussels! The price for two servings, bread, two soft drinks, dessert and coffee was 23 euros.
In August, we decided to go eat on the promenade of El Campello. I ordered a salad and gazpacho, for main course, a delicious rice dish followed by sea bass and eggplant stuffed with meat, all with not only vegetables but also potatoes and for dessert, homemade flan and watermelon. Washed down with a red wine cocktail and two bottles of water. Ah! and we also had a basket of toast with tomato. All this only for 31.85 euros. Well worth it, and the staff were super friendly. We will no doubt return.
Very good service, parking space and easy access on national road 332 towards Valencia. International cuisine of high quality. The restaurant is managed by its owners who speak many languages and their clientele is varied, English, German, Dutch and of course Spanish. Good, moderately priced wine menu. In summer the terrace overlooks the sea and El Campello.
This is the first of my recommendations for El Campello attractions and restaurants. Chiesa Restaurant is in a former Chapel (Capilla de Pueblo Acantilado) and is in the center of the Corona la Cúpula (Dome Crown), an imitation of the one in Altea church, which makes the restaurant's light romantic and special. The decor fits perfectly with the old church structure and creates a really lovely atmosphere. The kitchen's select - fresh and neat. We recommend the mushroom and truffle risotto, panne salad and the spectacular sirloin with foie.
"La Taberna de Don José" is the new rice dish of La Plaza de Pueblo Acantilado Suites. The restaurant's location is right at the entrance of the resort, very public-facing and has a large terrace for lunch or outdoors tapas. The experience of Javier Echagoyen in seafood cuisine is extensive, and to have a restaurant offering typical local rice completes the famous offerings of Pueblo Acantilado Suites. I recommend rice with lobster (it is amazing), although from the menu of the day to any of their tapas are highly recommended. It also makes take-away rice, which is fortunate for all locals and resort guests themselves can take an Arrocito. With spectacular views from the apartments.