Eating out in the province of Granad

Sabina Shines

Chances are, if you walk past Sabina’s in c/Marquita, Almuñécar you will see quite a few people sitting at tables, enjoying coffees, drinks or food, and as we know, this is not the case with all such café bars and restaurants in these difficult times. There is a good reason for this and that is Sabina offers top quality food at attractive prices.

Last Chance Mirador

To say that it is the end of an era would be an understatement, as we bid farewell to Kevin and Alix after nine successful years providing top food at the beautiful location know as the Mirador del Cerro Grodo, just outside La Herradura.

Delightful D’Carmen

Fusion cuisine with elements of traditional and Mediterranean dishes, which is very much in vogue amongst the new Andalusian chefs, which one would expect from the latest Almuñécar restaurant venture in C/Livry Gargan, opposite the old post office.

Late Summer Laureles

We’ve been hearing some very good things about Mark’s Thursday Seafood Special. In fact, it has been such a success that he is going to continue the menu through September. So, if you missed out on this super seafood special, don’t despair and get your lobster loving lips up to Los Laureles during September for your last chance to scoff a scallop, crack a crab or even lick a lobster!

I Costa Tropical Gastronomic Fair

Well, they pulled it off, with over 30,000 people visiting the Costa Tropical’s first combined gastronomic fair, in a good part, thanks to the organizational pull and punch of the Ideal provincial newspaper, who got the whole thing going.

New Tapa Bar in the Village

Chef, Miguel Castilla, proprietor of Almuñécar’s Restaurante Reina Sofía, has opened a tapas bar in front of Hotel Almijarra in Edificio Bahía Jardín, with the name Sacacorchos (Corkscrew) .


A spot of local business news concerning MasPalomas: summer opening hours are now all day from 10.00am – 11.30 pm, except Sunday evenings and all day Monday.

Tartana Treats

Jed, Mandy and the very popular Jonathan, from ‘El Ancla’ have joined forces and reopened La Tartana. The place has had a complete refurbishment, which gives it a fresher, lighter and brighter feel, as has the menu, which continues to offer superb quality food, complete with children’s menu at very competitive prices.