Without a doubt, it’s one of my favorite places. When I go to Cadiz, I always go to Romerijo to eat their seafood. It’s located right in the Port of Saint Mary. It’s one of the places I recommend to people traveling to Cadiz, as it has a good price-quality relation.
You can get there, sit down, ask for a menu, there’s a large variety of seafood options to choose from at distinct prices. I think the best thing to do is find a table and then head over and select the type of seafood and amount (weight) you want. You can then enjoy some beers or a nice wine with the meal.
If you want to try to shrimp omelet, you should ask for them as a tapa (appetizer), ½ portion or portion. They don’t come by weight, but they’re delicious.
I took fresh fish here...lovely!! Really good quality-price. I think is the best place in the city for relaxing. The perfect combination of sun, wave's sound and...what a terrace!!
Dont miss it if you are visiting the city, totally different of the anothers bar & co. Trendy design, unvelievable menu and a lots of gin-tonics and cocktails prepared by an expert barman.
I will be back!!
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Blanco y Verde is a restaurant located in the center of Conil that serves excellent local wine, seafood and grilled meats, all from the coast of Cadiz. It has a beautiful Andalusian courtyard and two indoor dining rooms. All the dishes that we tried were delicious, from potatoes with garlic sauce to the homemade desserts. The service was great, too. To get there, follow the road until the roundabout where you'll see the local police station. There, turn right and you'll see a sign for the restaurant across the street. The surprising highlights of the menu for me were cuttlefish with garlic and the clams. Definitely a place to go back to!
I would sleep in the hotel for a whole week just to be able to have lunch every day in this restaurant. It is one of those places in which, as soon as the dishes are served, you feel the 'love' with they were made.
You will not taste a better tuna. One day in Zahara de los Atunes has no sense without visiting Antonio's restaurant.
If you come over, here is the plan: check out the forecast, in case there's easterly wind I would not advise to come. Then, call to make a reservation, get to Zahara around 12:30 and go to the beach close to the restaurant. I think it is one of the best beaches of Spain, with kilometers of white and fine sand that has a perfect temperature in summer. The best of this beach is that it's not full: sometimes, you can even be alone 50 meters round. Just a pleasure. Crystalline water, of course.
In Antonio's Restaurant, the speciality is tuna and every kind of fish. I advise to take tuna assortment, with four toasts and the different parts of tuna organized by flavours, from the softer to the hardest. The waiter will explain it.
After that, you can ask for schrimp's tortilla, one of the emblems of the restaurant. They are really good. To end up with the starters, a good choice may be the anchovies.
Last time I went there I ordered sea bream and loved it. They take care of every little detail and you can appreciate this even in the olive oil that's served with the fish. Plus a good wine, a cold beer or some sparkling water, and you will love it.
About the dessert, what I liked the most was the waiter telling us the menu. "Special dessert, but not homemade...", he said. However, it was really good. Tiramisu was homemade, indeed, and also really good. I always choose lemon sorbet and surprisingly, it was the best I'd ever tasted.
All of this plus amazing sea views will make you feel completely relaxed. The service was perfect as well. Moreover, it is not really expensive.
Whenever I go to Cadiz, I can't not go to "El Balandro" restaurant, the atmosphere, the customer service and the quality of your meals are top notch and every time I go there I try something different; the mix of flavours is very accomplished and I am yet to find something I do not like. Do not miss it.
I discovered this restaurant while on holiday in Cadiz, which I often do. They serve all Moroccan sweet and savory dishes. The place is a marvel of freshness and well being. It is part of a labyrinthine hotel and is highly recommended. Ideally, spend the night there or stay in the village for a few days.
The best bar by far in Cadiz and I dare say that possibly one of the best in Andalucía. Good prices, great food and wonderful customer service. the restuarant was equally good but over-priced and you can eat in Michelin stars for the same price and the food, although of excellent quality, innovation does not offer enough for the price.
Cumbres Inn is a spectacular site where you can enjoy tapas at a very affordable price and apprecaite great quality. Pringá Montadito, meatballs with blue cheese. There's always lots of people but find a gap and they'll serve you as quick as they can. A really highly recommended, I go back every summer.
Balbinus House is not only recognized for its quality meals (omelette shrimp, eggplant stuffed with meat, shrimp and gazpacho) but also because it's in a place so central andhistoric - Cabildo Square in the center of town. It also has a superb price / performance ratio.
In Cadiz there are many great places to eat, what does this place have, except from its name, that invites you to come and indulge here? Well it is a young, modern restaurant with personality. The food is good and varied, small tapas that allow you to try various dishes, the decor is very striking and the waiters are funny.
A must if you go to Sanlucar de Barrameda, excellent 2 € tapas, we tried stewed cuttlefish, tuna, onions and cod burger (great for 4 €) dogfish and seafood. About 18 € with morays (sweet wine with chamomile).
If you are looking for quality, this restaurant is not it. There are a variety of tapas, and the price is not bad, but when you eat you notice that all the dishes have been reheated in the microwave, to have a "weird" taste in the flesh ... What is cheap seems expensive.
This pristine beach in Tarifa offers a nice stroll on the rocks or good fishing at low tide. Afterwards, you can watch the sunset on the beach. We went to the Blackbird Restaurant. From the terrace, we watched the moon come up. The landscape is perfect and so was the dinner. The staff was really really nice.
Luxurious restaurant on the beach. The paella de carabineros (giant, red shrimp) is spectacular. The squid and sea bass are also very well done. In general, the food was very good quality. I believe that whatever you ask for at this place, you will not be disappointed. Moreover, being an airy and seafront restaurant, you are in luxury.
This restaurant in Barbate is an exponent of quintessential bluefin tuna. You can taste it in many and varied forms and the signature dish is el morrillo a la plancha. Exquisite tuna with onions, contramormo, semimojama toast and tuna kebabs. A must in the Barbate area, it is the temple of the tuna.