When it comes to eating out in Los Alcazares, you will be truly spoilt for choice. There are numerous excellent restaurants.
Here are just a few of our favourites by type and price (indicated by the number of £££ signs shown).
Casa Penhalver in the centre of Los Alcazares is a cosy, traditional Spanish restaurant. Ideal for a romantic dinner for two.
El Patio 1 &2 – Both within 3 minutes walk of the apartment and both do excellent meat and seafood.
Roblemar at El Oasis is possibly the most exclusive restaurant in Los Alcazares. Great Tapas, seafood and meat dishes.
Biancha – the green fronted building on the main road just round the corner from the market place. Very friendly and does great pizzas
and pork steaks.
Restaurante Tropical is in the centre of town, just off the Real de Feria parade of shops behind the Town Hall. The Tropical does great
Tapas and has both indoor and outdoor seating. It’s also only 50 yards from the promenade, so you can walk off your meal afterwards
with a gentle stroll!
El Chato – just across the road from Biancha does great tapas in a traditional Spanish style. Very popular with the locals so you may need
to book (even in the quiet season at weekends)
The Hotel Balneario, an old spa hotels right on the promenade, next to the Marina, is the oldest hotel in Los Alcazares. Decorated in a
quirky colonial style with wicker chairs, ceiling fans and brass bar fittings, dining here is like stepping back in time to 1930’s Cuba. The food
and service here is of a high quality, but quite pricey.
Angela’s Pizzeria – just at the bottom of the Balneario Plaza opposite the Hotel Costa Narejos. Great value pizza & pasta. £
Chinese – There are 3 or 4 excellent Chinese Restaurants in Los Alcazares which provide excellent food at very reasonable prices e.g. set
meal for 2 people 19 euros (around £13!). These include El Chino in Edificio Europa and Cocina Asiatica in the Balneario Plaza, but the one
we particularly like is the Hong Kong, just past the El Arbol supermarket and next door to the lamp shop. £
English – The Pasty Shack and the Penny Farthing are next door to each other in the Balneario Plaza, the former being great for sandwiches,
savoury pastries and cakes and the latter having a good selection of British favourites, including Chicken & Mushroom Pie, Fish & Chips and a
variety of Roast Sunday lunches as well as a great range of sticky sweets and puddings.