Worst meal I've EVER had in Spain. SO disappointed. Wine great..but you can hardly go wrong with an expensive Rioja.
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This restaurant is way off the beaten track and absolutely not for those seeking a refined 'fine dining' atmosphere. However, if a restaurant teeming with Spanish local regulars serving excellent seafood simply but beautifully prepared is your thing, go out of your way to go...More
Each year we visit the fishing village to experience the food and atmosphere and this year we selected Los Penucas due to reviews. In the strip where this restaurant is located you see many of them cooking paella but that isn't always what you get...More
Los Penucas was chocca with locals when we visited. There was a festival atmosphere at Puerto Pesquero, with bands playing and lots of stalls. We were told we'd have a 20 minute wait, were given a number and waited to be called. Was nearer a...More
Lots of locals eating here. We were the only non spanish in a busy Saturday lunchtime service... Always a good sign in my opinion. We had the menu de la casa for €15. We hadn't booked but they found us a table. Great paella which...More
We enjoyed great calamari, fish pate and asparragus pate and a sea food paella which could have had a little more seafood, but taste was great. Service a tad slow considering high season is totally over.
A short walk out of town past the rail and bus stations you can find the old fishing quarter which houses several good fish restaurants sited near to where the fish comes in. We chose this one for the gorgeous smell of the charcoal grill...More
The Barrio Pesquero ( The Fishing quarter ) features several fish and seafood restaurants . The best for me is Los Peñucas, a restaurant which has been serving fresh produce with a big smile since the sixties . There you can order great mixed seafood...More