Elche (/ˈɛltʃeɪ/, Spanish: [ˈeltʃe]), or Elx (Valencian: [ˈɛʎtʃ]), is a town located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, Spain. According to the 2014 census, Elche has a population of some 228,647 inhabitants (called il·licitans in Valencian and ilicitanos in Spanish), ranking as the third most populated city in the Valencian Community (after Valencia and Alicante) and the 20th largest Spanish city.
Things to do in Elche
4.5 based on 761 reviews
Excellent food and service. Staff is friendly and the food is great. We had an awesome
Paella but one of us also tried their meat, which was perfectly cooked and of very high quality. Highly recommend this place if looking for an authentic place to eat to eat in Elche. Thank you :)
4 based on 168 reviews
This is the gastronomic restaurant of the Hotel Huerto del Cura. Its ambience is refined, tasteful and and elegant. The staff is professional and precise. The kitchen produces a menu of excellent selections and foods that will please with their creativity and savoreux. We were very impressed and will make Reservations when next in Elche.
4 based on 333 reviews
Sansanos… One of the most famous restaurant in Elche, we have been offering the best of the Mediterranean gastronomy for the past 30 years. Always with our personal innovative touch. We open from Monday to Saturday offering delicious lunch and dinner. The lunch schedule is from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and from 8:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
This is the type of bar/restaurant that depicts all that is good about Spanish catering and hospitality. Recently refurbished in modern, clean lines, it was a surprisingly bustling place for a Wednesday lunchtime. Nonetheless, the service was impeccable throughout, rapid and professional, with every attention to fine detail, as if we were the only customers in the house. All the tapas were served in good-sized portions and cooked to perfection. After six different dishes, shared between four of us, we just about had room for our 'postre' and coffee. Would definitely recommend this for a no-nonsense, good-value, wholly-satisfying lunchtime meal.
4.5 based on 491 reviews
This was our second visit, and we were not disappointed. Food was as excellent as we remembered, and service great too. The children too loved their mains, and with two very drinkable bottles of wine the price was extremely reasonable too. We'll be back on...MoreHola! Encantados de haberlos tenido de nuevo por esta casa, muy agradecidos y les esperamos siempre que gusten ;)
4.5 based on 290 reviews
La Masia de Chencho is a countryside old house, in the middle of the Elche countryside. It has beautiful Gardens and a summer Terrace with barbacue. The cellar has more tan 500 wine and champagnes references, all of them supervised by Rafael Reyes, who was the best Sommelier of Spain in 2011.
The minute you arrive at La Masia you sort of know they take the food very seriously here. There is a rustic aspect to the restaurant but beneath that there is some very sharp cooking going on. The Maitre'D who greeted us was attentive, enthusiastic...MoreThank you for your comment about our restaurant. We are delightful to hear that you enjoy your meal in La Masía de Chencho. We look forward to seeing you very son. Regards: Sonia Reyes
4.5 based on 796 reviews
High class all round.
Quite luxurious surroundings, although summer dinner is served on the Terrace outside.
Very high quality cuisine : an exquisite and vast succession of small dishes, 20 different ones with the Elementos menu. Excellent Spanish wines served in the Nacional wine accompaniment option, 8 different types, generously served.
The prices seem excessive sometimes, but this is high flying.
I would return and recommend.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Every time I go there is a new menu and every time it never fails, Gabi and his team have great food and wine to accompany it. You need to go with an empty stomach and prepare te enjoy good med style food!Thank you so much, Alexander: we are glad that you enjoyed at our restaurant. See you soon!
4.5 based on 147 reviews
It is in the town centre,but take a cab here,as we took 45 minutes to find it. However,once ensconced,the standards became evident even in the making of our aperitifs - a G & T and Campari served on a trolley to our table and exactingly made beside us. All before we were shown to our table and realised that apart from 1 other couple,we were the sole customers on a Wednesday night. There was a language problem ; our Espanol not up to the numerous ingredients of each delicate course,so we opted for the tasting menu at a reasonable 30€ and it was excellent. Small but delicious samples of scallop,salmon
,rabbit and more,and even the dessert had cheese and a Baileys mixture.a great 'find' for foodies who happen to be in the town.
4 based on 228 reviews
Sinapi offers its clients a wide range of successful international meals. Premium hamburgers, artisanly made in our kitchen with selected meats from mature cattle in the chamber, Iberian pork and country chicken, seasoned with homemade sauces, fresh vegetable and tasty artisan bread. Pizzas with dough made from tip, with flour, tomato and mozzarella imported from Italy. The dough is stretched by hand without any mechanical means so as not to negatively influence the cooking, which is done directly on the kiln stone. Roll and turkish plate with national meats transformed, seasoned and cooked at the time of demand (not the typical skewer spinning). In addition to a wide variety of starters and homemade desserts. All our menu is served in our cozy lounge and at home. See you soon.
A small restaurant occupying a corner location, comprising 7 x 4 seater & 4 x 2 seater tables.
The interior takes on a black & white theme - White tables, black chairs & table cloths. Food served on white plates or oblong black slate tiles & black serviettes.
The colour theme continues into the clean, tidy & fresh smelling toilets where there are white tiled walls, greyish/black floors, white porcelain with black soap dispenser, hand dryer & waste bin.
No mistaking the "ladies" from the "gents". Both entrance doors clearly identified with large colourful illustrations.
There is no visible bar, but a selection of beers, wines, soft drinks etc are on offer.
Staff pleasant, polite, efficient & helpful. Spanish spoken, however some English too. Menus in Spanish. Disabled friendly.
Nice selection of hamburgers, pizzas, sandwiches, etc. Various desserts available: Brownies, pancakes (crepes) with chocolate sauce & ice cream etc. All food nicely cooked, very tasty & beautifully presented. All very reasonably priced.
A very popular venue which gets busy. To save disappointment it is advisable to make a reservation.
I will use this restaurant again when next in the area. Recommend .
4.5 based on 450 reviews
Flavors of our country with a personal style. Food & music in very warm environment.
First ones in at 20.30. Vietnamese rolls tasty but soggy, angus steak dish ok but korean "picante" ribs not spicy at all. Waiting staff unprofessional (tried to clear plates while still eating). Rushed our service as though trying to clear our table. Wine selection reasonable as are prices but our last night in elche spoiled by our selection of this venue.
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