Clutter, tall ceilings, brick arches, swords, shells and yellow-and-green swirling tiling all supply a strong Andalusian flavour, matched by the seafood slant of the menu. Dine out back with the over-the-top orienta…
On two levels, this little place recalls a cubby house with its cosy split-level layout and pine furniture, if you don’t include the heavily smoking diners. It serves alcohol alongside good simple seafood.
The seaside terrace is a breezy, scenic spot to sit on a hot day or evening for fish and seafood dishes. But the whole operation, from service to decor to the menu, is feeling a little tired.
here are truly big-blue views from Le Grand Bleu perched high above the bay: a gilded, expense-account haunt with excellent seafood and lots of old-school conspicuous consumption.
This buzzing place has plain, no-nonsense decor and is heavily curtained from the street so punters can tuck into the alcohol on offer with impunity. It also has lots of great fish.
With a great seafront location, this place has tasty, straightforward seafood. The terrace is a great spot for a summer lunch, or for candlelit romance at night.