Quilla, restaurante, café y terraza.
Great place to go for a gin & tonic with an unforgettable view. Even better as the sun sets right in front of you behind the Castillo. The service can be somewhat forgettable though! By the way, we don't come here for the food - tried it a few times and it just seems overpriced and a bit crap.
Kiosco-bar de tapas andaluzas modernas con terraza, programación cultural, wifi y vistas al mar. Kiosk-bar of modern Andalusian tapas with terrace, cultural programming, wifi and sea views.
Great food, great setting with sea view, great for a snack or drink at any time of the day!
“Chacinas, tapas y vinos en un local de 1953 decorado con azulejos, viejas botellas, fotos y carteles taurinos. Chacinas, tapas and wines in a place of 1953 decorated with tiles, old bottles, photos and bullfighting posters.”
“Consistently great little modern bar and restaurant serving excellent food (sometimes with an Asian twist) and good wines by the glass. Friendly and helpful staff speak English and there's plenty of room and tables unless you come late. Reasonably priced. This one is definitely worth a visit if only for their incredible octopus (pulpo) dish. There's rarely a visit there when I don't order that pulpo! If you want to sit down for a meal here it's worth booking ahead. Also try their bao of pork or the squid ink taco stuffed with chocos (cuttlefish). Both delicious! ”
“Over in the new town, they do not accept reservations and in high season you will need to arrive early (1 pm-1.30 pm) to get a table outside with a view of the sea. There is also a bar and some tables inside, but you're kind of missing out if you're not enjoying the sea breeze while you're tucking into some of their excellently prepared seafood. They have a surprisingly large and varied menu, but this shouldn't put you off as they serve so many people every day. The fish is the star here – they really know how to cook tuna and while available the atún de Almadraba is something special (ask them which cut they recommend). The rice dishes here are very good and very popular - The arroz del señorito (all peeled seafood ingredients) is great for kids, the arroz negro (intensely black from the squid ink) is amazing and the arroz en salsa verde con almejas y gambas (rice with parsley and garlic sauce with clams and prawns) is one of their specialties and something that you won't find every day. It's reasonably priced, but sometimes the service can be a bit tested when they're very busy. When I finish here, I normally go for an ice cream next door and then maybe a walk up to Woodstock (Paseo Maritimo, 11) for a really good (and expensive) gin & tonic. Woodstock has a terrace with fantastic views over the sea and is a great place to let your lunch go down while sipping on a few copas!”
“Restaurante con una carta muy sugestiva. También cuenta con una terraza en la agradable plaza de Candelaria.”