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4 based on 15 reviews
We know this Hotel and restaurant for over 20 years, and paid frequent visits. The owner and his wife are not only the founders, but over the years continuous in charge to build the most hospital and high quality establishment in this region of the province Cadiz.
Proof is the fact that staffs from the first hour over 30 years ago are still in charge and fulfilling their jobs to perfection.
The authentic Spanish cuisine is all those years managed by the spouse of the proprietor and because of this, the standard and quality is always superb.
The business is run as a family operation, which ensures a large circle of returning clientele, by the driving force of perfection found in every minute detail. Their secret is simple but very difficult to maintain: constant high quality cuisine, personal treatment of every guest, showing off appreciation for each one’s patronage. We have visited many and many places but very seldom encountered such a sublime hospitality as in Hotel Restaurant Catalan.
Highly recommended and once been there, it’s almost sure you will return.
4 based on 77 reviews
Some plastic chairs under the awning, some plain wooden tables inside, and a couple of waitresses who have probably been working here for many years. The attraction is fish so fresh they keep it in an open cooler so you can see what you are going to eat. It all comes in from the boats in the bay. This is a happy, energetic place dedicated to no frills but good, simple seafood. Closed sunday dinner (don't know about lunch)
4 based on 124 reviews
Cocina de mercado, carnes, pescados y mariscos, comedor exterior e interior, celebraciones y comidas de empresa.
we wondered in here because Taberna del Puerto is closed on sunday. An open courtyard with a dirt floor inside a high wall makes it seem like you are inside even though you are outside. Good fresh fish, and the waiter spoke very good English--that's not easy to find here.
4 based on 246 reviews
This restaurant serves a mixture of Canarian and Spanish dishes, there is a lot of choice of dishes on the menu and you can choose two different portion sizes for each dish, we chose media racion, which was the half size portion, which was still enough for 2 people. We chose potatoes with mojo sauce which is a traditonal Canarian dish normally made with tiny Canarian potatoes boiled dry in salty water. Well this dish was nothing like the original dish, the potatoes were big ones and the sauce although really tasty wasn't authentic at at. So I don't know if any of the other so called Canarian dishes are authentic at all, but this one certainly wasn't. Overall the food here was nicely cooked and tasty, but a bit hit and miss. Another dish we tried was prawns in batter which came with tomato salsa, but instead of a lovely fresh zesty tomato salsa it was made with sundried tomatoes with totally overpowered the prawns. For desserts we chose cheesecake which tasted bland and mass produced, and a banana dessert that sounded great on the menu but when it came was a tiny ammount of cooked banana with loads of whipped cream and inedible pastry. Having been to some of the Canary Islands we love their food and it was a shame that some of the dishes didn't live up to our expectations.
5 based on 211 reviews
Manufacture and sale of homemade ice cream<br>Closed the months of December, January and February
my Italian erasmus friends sent me here because they knew 'la cremeria' from back home. Seriously the best ice cream I've ever tried and I eat a lot. We went right back after a medium portion and took another one :D (bye bye beach body).
4 based on 397 reviews
Restaurant specializes in Galician cuisine, with wines of this place and made with shape and high quality artisan products. We have indoor and outdoor Seating, as well as tapas portions, plates, beer cellar and a wide selection of wines from Galicia.
Galician restaurant specialized in preparation of pulpo, but some other sea fruits are also available. Very tasty seasoning, but the choice is relatively limited. Very friendly and good humored service, a quite good environment. A place not to be missed, visit at least once during your stay in the area.
4 based on 398 reviews
This was the busiest as we past, had average tapas and sangria. We enjoyed it but having many bars in the area we will try more tomorrow.
4 based on 99 reviews
Estamos de paso por puerto real y una amiga nos recomendó el sitio porque servían raciones y medias, así como tapas, la verdad es que fue un acierto!! Pedimos pimiento del piquillo rellenos de bacalao, estaban muy ricos pero es cierto que algo fríos, también croquetas de pulpo a la gallega que nunca habíamos probado y estaban muy buenas, recomiendo garbanzos con langostinos ya que mi amigo le sentó genial y le cambio hasta el color de la cara jajajaja, entre otras revuelto desetas y gambas, almejas de la casa....extra de pan para mojar!!!! Taquitos de corvina, tabla de tostado con jamón y puntillitas fritas.
Lo recomiendo, además está en el centro junto al paseo marítimo con mucha afluencia y una bonita vista al atardecer.
4 based on 16 reviews
Venta de siempre, a la que le han dado un lavado de cara en su interior, salones y patio (este ultimo muy acogedor...lástima del viento ese dia ....). En general, agradable. Situada a pie de carretera dentro del Barrio Jarana de Puerto Real (fácil localicacion). Aparcar, no es dificil.
Servicio rápido, correcto, efeciente y eficaz, pero sin alardes de "Gastro restaurante".
Comida, abundante y buena. Casera... importante, no? La carrillada esta muy buena.
Precio: acorde a la abundancia de los platos y lugar. No es caro, ni mucho menos.
Si vais o estais por la zona, es recomendable.
4 based on 62 reviews
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