Pedreguer (Valencian: [peðɾeˈɣeɾ], Spanish: [peðɾeˈɣer]) is a town in the comarca of Marina Alta in the province of Alicante, Spain. The town is situated at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and close to the two larger coastal towns of Dénia and Xàbia. It has a population of 7097 (as of 2008). It is also close to the Jalon Valley which is famous for its springtime almond tree blossom.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
Great resturant run by very friendly and courteous Spanish. Great pizzas, great spaghetti dishes, fantastic lasagna's and cannelloni. Good house wines and reasonably priced. Nice atmosphere. Strongly recommend, it's one of our favourite resturant's in Benitachell.
4.5 based on 312 reviews
Lovely Setting. Pleasant Efficient Service. Great Schnitzel. Good Value. We have visited twice on our recent visit to the Area. On our second visit we took along friends based on our first visit experience. We will be returning and would not hesitate to recommend
4.5 based on 275 reviews
We are a few small restaurant 40 seats kitchen is based on our tapas meats and fish have 1 special Menu all day
Went on recommendation and had to call 4 times before getting availability. Restaurant doesn't open till 8.30 and we were there long before anyone else arrived at least an hour. Menu displayed on Facebook page we were told is an old one but after checking with the chef they gave us it as was fixed price menu. Was a bit surprised then to see most tables of Spanish order it. Food was good and quits different but portions were very big. Stingray was lovely and well worth the set menu price of €19pp wine excluded but waiter told us it's only alacarte now till next summer? Big confused
5 based on 154 reviews
Just celebrated my umpety umph birthday here with friends. Ate from the menu and everything was delicious, beautifully presented and served with a smile. Really nice wines too. Definitely need to come again sooner anther than later. I also answered my own question, they do take credit cards!
4 based on 212 reviews
Very good restaurant, interesting menu, tasty food and good service. The wine accompaniment was of good quality and generous proportions. The location, somewhere in the countryside not far from Denia, requires a good navigation system, but you are rewarded with a beautiful view into the garden.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Casa de comidas, cocina de mercado y tradicional de La Marina Alta. IMPORTANTE: En caso de no poder acudir a la hora prevista de su reserva, y no habiendo aviso o contacto, el restaurante dispondrá de la mesa 30 min. después de dicha hora.
Wonderful restaurant we have visited many times over the years. The restaurant is in the main street and was the ground floor of the family house, now converted. The menu is varied with something for anyone and in itself is quite quirky as it lists all the dishes they produce as part of the menu del dia and the staff tell you which of them is available to you at that particular sitting. Hence the food is fresh and is always very tasty. Menu del dia is great value, have never been at night so can't comment on nocturnal offerings.
This restaurant is nearly always filled to the brim, generally with local Spanish people, Service is always efficient and cheerful and the atmosphere is busy and buzzy. Food quality is outstandng and at €9.00 for menu del dia is great value. Will probably need to book as it is a popular lunch place for locals.
4.5 based on 973 reviews
Love this Argentinian steak restaurant. The meat is cooked on an open wood fired grill and served with vegetables. They also offer whole fish in banana leaves for those who don’t feel like meat. Interesting fit out and art display. Lovely Terrace for warm days. Staff are attentive and many are long term employees. Great value as well. Perfect for a large function. 15 minute drive from Javea Arenal.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
A lovely typically Spanish restaurant. Only small, but very intimate with tables in little nooks and crannies The owners are very attentive and speak a little English. The menus are written in several languages too. The food is always cooked freshly and we have always had perfectly cooked measl.that are beautifully presented. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 440 reviews
We’ve visited this restaurant many times in the past and have always enjoyed both the meals and the occasion. Unfortunately this was not the case when we visited with friends on a recent occasion. The selection of choices available for each course was limited and unappealing. The starter choices were pate, salad with salmon, fish soup & sweetbreads. The latter were served diced in a bowl and were quite strange in terms of both taste and texture. From the main course choices five of us chose the pork dish which was a stir fry with mostly soft aubergines. The tiramisu served for dessert appeared to be a dish of cream served with a sponge finger . Not sure what was going on in the kitchen on this occasion... The service was excellent as usual.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Had been to this restaurant before when under previous ownership. Popped in yesterday lunchtime for a Tapas snack and were very pleasantly surprised by the welcoming reception from Felipe the owner. We had Calamari and deep fried Camambert for the Tapas which we found very enjoyable together with a glass of white wine. Went back in the evening for dinner and my wife and I both enjoyed the Goats cheese salad followed by steak, and ice cream for a dessert from the Menu del dia, which was all very enjoyable. As this was a Saturday Felipe put on a musical cabaret to end the evening, he is a very accomplished guitarist and singer and it really made a very enjoyable end to the evening. If you are looking for food of a reasonable standard moderately priced with a relaxed laid back atmosphere this is for you. If you can, go on a Saturday and enjoy the entertainment.
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