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4 based on 184 reviews
We went there at lunchtime with high expectations and were severely dissapointed. The first course tated OK but was tiny, the second was paella so so salty it was difficult too eat with hardly any of the promised seafood in it. The tuna sald could have been good but theer wasn't enough dressing and the tuna too underdone for a cold salad. The dessert was cream from an aerosol can with a few almonds and honey on top. The wine was overpriced not that pleasant and of short measure compared to any other restauarnt I have visited in Spain.
4 based on 311 reviews
We met family for lunch and they were already in El Barco. That particular day was a day when the restaurants partook in providing a drink and a tapa for three Euros. The tapas were delicious. We went back later that evening and had the Menu del Dia for 13.50 Euros and no complaints whatsoever.All the food was cooked well and tasted lovely. A very good restaurant.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
We went there in desperation as everything was closed on the national Catalan day. We liked the setting al fresco on the opposite side of the road. The ordered tapas were OK. Were disappointed by the fries which were badly cooked and greasy. Additionally they were coated with two layers of ketchup and mayo: to make you run away
4 based on 77 reviews
We had a dinner recently there. Delicious sea food accompanied by the local vine and superb Deserts made a wonderful impression. The prices are also very tolerate; for 4 adults and 3 children we spent 90 euro.
4 based on 132 reviews
The restaurant is nice. The meal was in order, but nothing special. The service was very poor, but the service was not too fast.
4 based on 237 reviews
This was unfortunately the only bad meal in this region. The "marinera rice" they serve you at lunch is just cheating and lying with you, overcooked rice some red pepper powder to give some colour and an horrible taste - and two mussels and shrimps for the appearance only. Service was nervous and arrogant. Unacceptable, and most unfortunate, despite the tourism invasion the city has some good places to eat.
4 based on 95 reviews
Chose this restaurant based on TA, but came to regret the choice. Atmosphere is so-so, while location- right on the beach- is excellent. Staff is quite friendly and welcoming but the quality of the food mediocre. Salads drowned in unhappy dressing and pizza's that were kinda bland and - in the case of the salmon - too salty. Maybe our experience was a one-off or all the other restaurants in Vinaros are really terrible.
4 based on 123 reviews
Wonderful restaurant if you are a fresh fish and rice lover. They cook the rice in many different ways, all of them delicious!
They have also very good wines.
Carlos "el peseta" is a very professional Maitre, local, really nice, he likes to joke but with ellegance, which is always well appreciated.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Gelateria Milano offers wide selection of absolutely fantastic home-made ice-cream. There is literally something truly delicious for everyone from pure fruit ice-cream to confections ladled with chocolate and almost everything in between. They also offer fresh fruit granizados - fruit juices served with crushed ice which are refreshing and delicious and batidos - milkshakes made with the ice-cream of your choice. Although not on the usual tourist route, this bright cheery cafe is easy to find, just head along the seafront away from the Port and keep going until you come to a roundabout, where the traffic is diverted into a tunnel. Turn left and its just one block down with a neon ice-cream outside. Incidentally there is also a lot of free parking on this side of the beach, although not on Thursday mornings when the market takes over this part of town. Gelateria Milano opens usually at about 5pm and stays open very late until at least 1am and often later and is very popular with both locals and holiday makers. The staff are lovely and are very friendly and helpful and a couple of them speak good English. Although closed in the winter months, it is open every evening during the main holiday season and at weekends just before Easter and during September. It really is worth a visit as this is the best ice-cream we have had outside of Italy.
4 based on 114 reviews
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