Restaurants in Tarifa
In previous posts about Tarifa we’ve talked about which beach is best to soak up a few rays or catch a few waves, we’ve also covered your nightly entertainment needs now let’s turn our attention to your stomach and more importantly filling it. That’s right today we are talking about food and eating out in Tarifa. In Tarifa you can get just about everything your stomach desires, tapas, vegetarian, Moroccan, seafood and the list goes on. Here are our favourite restaurants in Tarifa…
Chilimosa-A little slice of vegetarian heaven in Tarifa. Offering an enormous range of excellent vegetarian food from around the world, samosas, falafel, vegetables with coconut milk, home made pastries and desserts. This Tarifa restaurant is small, nicely decorated and makes a welcome change from traditional Spanish food. They also do take away just make sure you get in early or you may have to wait for a table. Where: C/ Peso 6. Price: €5-€15.
Surla-An ever changing menu featuring home made pasta, tasty smoothies, amazing breakfasts, fresh seafood and lots more and best of all this restaurant in Tarifa is right on the beach. Located away from the typical old town restaurants it is the perfect place for an after surf breakfast or lunch. For dinner they have an exquisite selection of sushi. Where: C/ Pintor Perez Villalta, 64. When: Mon-Sun 9am-12am. Closed Wednesday Price: €10-€30
La Burla- If the idea of sitting outside watching the fishing boats come in with Morocco providing an exotic backdrop, this restaurant is for you. A warm welcoming décor, chilled music and friendly staff invite you to try the range of pastas and the chef’s special of seven tapas for €12. The Italian owners make this a definite must for pasta lovers. Where: C/ Alcalde Nunez, 2. Price: €5-€50.
Café Azul-Typical Spanish decoration and what many consider to be the best breakfast in Tarifa, fresh fruit juices, crepes, and the famous Café Azul muesli served with fresh fruit and yoghurt. Very popular durimg summer with tourists and holidaying locals. Prices here are a little more expensive than other restaurants in Tarifa but as the experts tell you, you shouldn’t skip breakfast. Where: C/ Batalla del Salado, 8. Price: €6-€20
Bar El Frances- As the name suggests this restaurant is run by a Frenchman who puts a French twist to typical Spanish tapas. The staff is excellent and always ready with a welcoming smile and the food is, in a word, sensational. If you can try and get a table on the terrace and enjoy fresh cooked tuna, prawns, patatas bravas and a great selection of wines. This restaurant is always busy so be prepared to wait for a table. Where: C/ Sancho IV ‘El Bravo’, 21. Price: €5-€50
There you have our list of where to eat in Tarifa. Have you been to any restaurants in Tarifa which you think should be included? Leave a message and let us know.
James – Marketing Team