We found this restaurant on a walk. In a beautiful square with a busker playing great music. Good service and tasty food. Our coffee was good too. A little pricey we thought.
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A lovely little place slightly off the main tourist route but with a fantastic view on a lovely little square. Just stopped off for a drink whilst walking around Ronda, a great atmosphere with a busker in the square behind the bar.
We were staying in the old town so popped in here a few times for lunch, and on one occasion an evening meal.It is in a quiet street next to a pretty park which has wonderful views .A guitarist was playing in the park on...More
Stopped her whilst we were sightseeing round Ronda. The prices were reasonable and the food was delicious. I went with the waiters recommendation (hake) and really enjoyed it. Luckily there was a guitarist playing in the square, which was lovely to listen to whilst eating...More
Great restaurant tucked away off the Main Street. Really friendly staff!! Both enjoyed the hake which was cooked very well.
The Spot is nice but that's it on the positive side. The portions are really, really small and the prices are much to high. The waiter is unfriendly and slow, the spaghetti was cooked to long and the sauce seemed to be out of the...More
Like many, we just finished the climb from the base of the Puerte Nuevo. We felt like having a small bite and a refreshing drink. The waiters were polite and quick, the spanish omelette very tasty. But we mainly enjoyed the nice square and the...More
Tucked away towards the end of the Plaza de Maria Auxiliadora, El Campillo is well worth a visit. Food was excellent, reasonably priced and the staff were welcoming and friendly and speak several languages. Entertainment was provided by the cute local cats peering through the...More
Great location with a lively guitar player strumming away. That's where the positives end. Food: over cooked ravioli In a tinned tomato sauce that had never seen a fresh tomato. Tapas selection: cold congealed pasta, 1 sad half cold heated up sausage, 2 pieces of...More
We had just finished the climb from the base of the Puerte Nuevo in Ronda and were hot and very thirsty. The owner quickly reorganised tables and umbrellas for our party of 8. The beers were blissfully cold. Six of our eight went with the...More