Lovely place prices moderate and quite typical Spanish, the best you can find in this area, worth it!
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Have been coming here every summer since 2010 - it never disappoints. We always sit on the terrace which has the most amazing views. Delicious home cooked food, our particular favourites are Spanish tortilla, potatoes a la pobre and the chorizo. Friendly service, wouldn't go...More
Rustic traditional restaurant serving a menu typical to the area. Not a massive selection but varied enough to suit meat, fish and vegetarian tastes. The food was a little bland and the kid goat more bones than meat. The meat was tasty though. Service was...More
Home cooked food, in the street, very authentic. Friendly, cheap. Limited menu but we knew that anyway.
Just walked in with no expectations. The place was empty at 9:30pm and we ordered off a basic menu with a bit of trepidation. No need. Fab home cooking. I had the Plato Combinado with soft fried potatoes, chorizo, marinated pork, black pudding, soft egg,...More
Repeating what many have said here before really! We always make sure we come to this wonderful little place every year when we visit Frigiliana since we stumbled upon it a few years back. It is just past the church square so not as obvious...More
We have visited La Bodeguilla a couple of times during our visit to Frigiliana. Service is friendly and food is served quickly. Tip: share a few dishes. We shared a salad, tortilla and pork (cerdo al adobo) between the two of us and were quite...More
Really too simple food. Very limited menu. Service is friendly and efficient. Prices are very very competitive. In case you´re looking for a very straightforward experience of Spanish home cooking this is probably a good place. In case you´re looking for a good meal and...More
A great family run Restaurant, with great views . Happy friendly staff are running this busy Restaurant, with a good choice of various dishes .Its worth searching for and is located just passed the Church Square ,about 20 yards on .
Went in here, as it was one of the only places open in the afternoon. Hardly anything for vegetarians. We plumped for tomatoes with garlic and Patatas a la pobre. Both were OUTSTANDING! Note the patatas come with an egg, so if you're vegan, ask...More