Discover the best restaurant in Cartagena, Spain including El Barrio de San Roque, La Marquesita, Abayarde, Restaurante Los Habaneros, La Catedral, Casa Beltri, Malvasia, La Sella, Bodega La Fuente, Marisqueria Freiduria La Marina
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4.5 based on 298 reviews
Lovely restaurant. Staff attentive but not intrusive. Menu covers teaditional Spanish and broader European. The fish was excellent. -very fresh and not drowned in sauce. Fresh quality Ingredients presented extremely well on plate. Top end pricing even for a city but it was a wonderful meal.
4.5 based on 649 reviews
LA MARQUESITA RESTAURANTE, Located in the central Plaza Alcolea , is a very familiar restaurant, where you can enjoy a homemade mediterranean cuisine, also modern and innovative, that is made with high quality ingredients.
We enjoyed a Sunday lunch here in mid October. The restaurant Terrace is lovely, adorned by greenery and made a very pleasant setting for lunch. The menu offerings had me regretting that I had been affected by a bad meal the day before and needed to order more bland items. The salads were excellent, the cod, which is a house specialty, delicious and the beef fillet was tender and perfectly cooked as ordered. The Waitstaff were very busy as the restaurant was full but still charming and attentive. The desserts of fruit salad and ice cream and a lemon sorbet were the perfect conclusion to a lovely meal. The restaurant is located a little further from the port area (still a very easy stroll) and we seemed to be the only table, which did not have locals. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
We had dinner out and the overall experience was good. The staff are friendly, but one of the waitress was new and needed lot of help. The food is nice and we especially liked the octopus and the miniburgers. Maybe the dessert was the thing we didnt like too much, it was a coulant a bit dry but the coconut icecream was very good. We had a full meal for 25 € per person (drinks and dessert included). Well be back.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
The Los Habaneros Restaurant is an ideal restaurant in Cartagena opposite the Punic Rampards and Tourist Office. Our cuisine is mainly Mediterranean and since September 2014 we have a new Chef. We have different places for groups and private celebrations.
From the minute we walked in to the minute we left we were made to feel welcomed. The food was first rate the service was faultless. I would as a non spanish visitor say that the food we had was of an excellent standand and...MoreDear Colin, we love to see that your meal at our restaurant was good. Almost all our staff speaks english to give a better service and make you feel confortable as soon as you walk in. Hope to see you again.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
FOOD AND DRINKS WITH A LOT TO TELL Historic property dating from the 19th century which lies above the Cartagena ROMAN THEATRE,in where if you give us 20min one of our waiters will take you on a guided tour and explain the stories behind the decoration and the archaeological research while you enjoy an appetiser on the house..
We stopped here for a Saturday lunch in mid October based partly on a recommendation from our hotel, the NH. The interior is interesting with part of the floors being clear to see the level below: the promised tour of the restaurant did not eventuate. We had a table in the corner so we both faced walls. Our waitress was charming and was kept busy as the restaurant was full throughout the service. There were a number of children in the restaurant who loudly raced around and up and down the stairs (a parental issue but it affected the ambiance). Our first dish, a salad, spent a number of minutes on another table before being transferred to us. The salad itself was nice. We made an error when one dish, artichoke and foie trumpet was not to our taste yet we still ate it. The tuna tartare looked pretty but was heavily sauced and the cod was good but the vegetables less so. Based on our experience, we would not return on a day when it is heavily booked.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
What a surprise treat! Decided to visit at last minute - so pleased we have discovered this treasure Menu del dia at 19.50 was delicious. Lovely 3 courses with a glass of wine and coffee! Interesting venue - beautiful building in large grounds with Gardens...MoreHello Ruth! Thank you for visiting us and talk about us. We hope to see you soon
4.5 based on 328 reviews
We decided it was time to go back to this restaurant & took our son & his girlfriend. We were all very impressed with the food - the starters were very tasty. Our main courses, between us were the entrecôte which was excellent, the ribeye for 2 people was very good & the suckling pig was also very good.
The waiters were friendly & helpful.
There is only really one criticism & that is that we would've liked hot plates, they were cold which meant the food got cold quicker.
We will be back soon.
4.5 based on 331 reviews
HIdden deep in a residential area, blink and you miss it. Essentially it's just someone's house converted into a restaurant. Finding a good vegetarian in Spain is difficult and I would definitely rate this place. Our daughter's Spanish came in very useful and the owners were helpful on advising us, particularly on portion size. They are huge - we halved our initial order and it was plenty. Delicious, slightly different vegetarian food. Worth the hunt.
4 based on 436 reviews
A snack and wine bar. Our speciality is the Cantabrian Sea anchovy that we produce in Santoña and prepare in the tradicional way, handmade. A extraordinary quality product, our anchovies are in the most of our snacks.
If dining at La Uva Juminalla (nice tapas!!) across the street and you want the dessert on the menu, they will direct you across the stree to Bodega la Fuente. The "tarta de la abuela" is definitely worth the short walk! A delicious conclusion to your meal.
Don't be discouraged if the people at the counter take a few minutes to notice you as a walk-up. Just the local thing to do, apparently.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Was looking for a typical Spanish seafood restaurant, really didn't want any tourist stuff. This was the place to go!
We both had the menu at €14.95 pp, a nice bottle of white wine and some water. So many dishes of excellent seafood, a crab terrine, a croquet and a weird deep fried herby dumpling, a tuna salad, a plate of mixed fried fish and seafood, a rice dish, fish/prawn stuffed peppers. All beautifully cooked and served by excellent staff.
Place was buzzing and full of Spanish families.
Exactly what we wanted.
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