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Good restaurants in TorreviejaBecause of the large selection it can be hard to find good restaurants in Torrevieja. A good tip is to look where the Spaniards go. Please note that Spanish families usually don't go out to eat before 9 p.m. in the evening.
We've picked a handful of good restaurants in Torrevieja that you can enjoy whether you live in Torrevieja permanently or are here on a holiday.
Restaurant Mundo PequeñoBar and restaurant Mundo pequeño is a nice little oasis in Torrevieja where you immediately feel relaxed. The place is stylishly decorated down to the smallest detail. You can come here just to have a drink or to eat a good lunch or dinner. They also have an attractive outdoor terrace where you can enjoy the food and the great atmosphere. They have juicy steaks, excellent fish, exciting salads and many great light meals. For dessert we recommend the homemade apple cake or homemade chocolate fondant.
Prices are reasonable and the main courses are between 13 and 20 euros while a bottle of wine costs from 8 euros and up.
The staff has a personal tone with the guests and they have a way of making you feel welcome.
Calle Marcelina 44
Tlf: 965 70 85 85
Opening hours: Mondays to sundays from 12:00.
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La Luna RestaurantLa Luna is a restaurant in Orihuela Costa just outside Torrevieja run by super nice Irene. They serve international cuisine and traditional Scandinavian dishes, all made from scratch with quality ingredients. La Luna is known for its excellent beef made from meat from northern Spain and also the fish soup is something that many of their customers keep coming back to.
Calle de la Garza, Playa Flamenca
Tlf: 650 049 726
Opening hours: All days from midday till late
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La Zupperia de JohnnyLa Zupperia the Johnny is a restaurant / café with 50's theme where you get served good and affordable food. Besides gorgeous soups from around the world they also amazing great homemade burgers, entrecote, smoked mackerel, spareribs, hamburger sandwiches and more. Prices are lower than ordinary restaurant prices, but the quality and flavors reaches top marks.
Calle San Pascual 289
Tlf: 966 927 488
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from mid day to midnight. Sundays closed
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Restaurant Henrik IbsenHenrik Ibsen is a Norwegian restaurant in Torrevieja which serves both traditional Norwegian cuisine and international dishes, including a very good entrecote and fillet of lamb. For dessert we can recommend Cherries Jubilee. The staff is very nice and it is an incredibly pleasant and personal atmosphere here. They also produce their own tempranillo-merlot wine from the La Mancha region.
Calle San Pascual 216
Tlf: 96 670 00 76
Opening hours: All days 7 pm to 11 pm. Wednesdays 6 pm to 11 pm, Sundays closed.
AmsoAmso is an Indian restaurant with very good tandoori dishes, korma, Jalfrezi , Balti, Tikka Masala and many more dishes. They also serve international dishes like Salmon, Pork, Beef and much more. Their kitchen specialises in high quality food to suit all tastes, mild, medium and hot. They also do Take-Away and home delivery. The employees are very friendly and professional with a high level of knowledge about the food.
Carretera Torrejón 4, Local 6
Tel: 699 900 802
Opening hours: Every day from 1200 to 2400
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Torrevieja is a seaside city located on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante in southeastern Spain. It's name derives from the fact that until 1802 it existed only as an ancient guard tower. "Torre" is the Spanish word for tower, and "vieja" means old. Salt is a major industry in Torrevieja due to the fact that it is located between the sea and two large salt lakes Las Salinas. This location gives Torrevieja an extremely healthy climate, which is the primary reason for its popularity.
Another reason is that it is conveniently situated at approximately only 30 minutes drive from both Alicante and Murcia airports, making it easily accessible from most European cities. In recent years the local economy has hugely expanded due to the tourist industry, and Torrevieja is a very cosmopolitan place boasting a strong contingent of British, Irish, Germans, Eastern Europeans and Scandinavians. Many of these live there all the year round, along with many Spaniards who like to have a holiday home on the coast.
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