Happened to stop by and found this restaurant. Food quality was good and really tasty, definitely worth the visit.
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Had some meat, fish, soup and bread. The food was okay, but not great. Price quality wise less good then restaurants in the era. Also the service was not great. Seems that this is a very basic place running on a lot of tourbuses stopping...More
We didn't expect much, by the looks of it (basic, a bit shabby, it looks like a family restaurant passed from one generation to another), but we had a pleasant surprise. Good food, very big plates, nice people, cheap too. We especially liked the salad....More
Lovely authentic Spanish restaurant. Couldn't do more. Reasonable food at a fantastic place. Think they thought our stomachs were bigger than what they were - were stuffed by the end . 3 had the Spanish omelette and I had the octopus as well as ordering...More
I have been there with my family and what a surprise: we had good local cuisine, and live music when one of the stuff member decided to play a guitar. Unforgatablle and astonishing. Worth a trip to Casa Africa!
Hard to get too and not worth the trouble despite all the recommendations. Food was simple but acceptable. Service lamentable and uncharacteristically unfriendly. Caters for tours and bulk feeding. Toilet facilities appalling ( and that is the ones not out of action)
Huge restaurant in the back although I recommend you sit outside to get a good view of the beach. Very simple menu: the waiter just gave us three choices: salad, fish and/or octopus. The few waiters are extremely busy given the size of the restaurant....More
Even though the menu is limited, the fish and salad of the Casa Africa are good value and tasty. And even though this is a major tourist stop, try to grab a table outside that looks over the sea.