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Spain Restaurants


Amar is a new restaurant which opened just a week ago. We liked its modern look, beautiful linens, lighting and dĂ©cor. The owner, Rafael, greeted us at the door. They brought us a glass of champagne as soon as we set down, with a plate of pate followed by bruscetta. We relied on the ownerâ€... more

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Excellent restaurant awarded 3 Michelin stars among many other world high cuisine acknowledgements, located just 20 minutes drive away from La Pedra Remença. Their sommelier has been awarded the best in Spain.... more

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Les Cols is a high quality restaurant, awarded 2 Michelin stars, located in a beautiful old stone home and garden. The restaurant has been completely renovated in contemporary interior design. A great and fine gastronomic experience that combines traditional local ingredients in La Garrotxa a... more

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Restaurant Currently Closed- Situated in one of the old, cliff-top houses is the restaurant Meson Casas Colgadas. If it is not mealtime, you still might want to stop for a cool drink and to savor the views over the ravine. The very best place to photograph these old houses is from the middle ... more

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In the evenings, in our cozy dining room, we offer a good selection of home made & typical tapas and entrées. As visitors are usually out and about all day, our menu is a good option for a lighter evening meal. All the dishes can be "shared" in Spanish style, or enjoyed as starters to go o... more

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A visit to the Sierra de Aracena means a visit to one of the regions of Spain responsible for producing the worlds finest hams. The native, black Iberican pig can graze in the countryside on an abundance of acorns here, which gives their meat a special delicate flavour appreciated by the world&... more

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We had dinner in Hondarribia one evening at the restaurant Sebastian, just around the corner from the Hotel Obispo. This is a small romantic spot frequented by locals and visitors with a good local menu, nice wine list, beautiful table setting a great wait staff but with limited English lan... more

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In the old times there were not many places to stop for a rest or a meal between Madrid and Andalucia. The Venta del Quijote is a restored inn with white walls with blue wood finish in a patio full of Cervantes flavour. it has a very special restaurant located in the heart of La Mancha at Puert... more

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