Lovely little bar and restaurant just off the beaten track. Didnt eat here but lovely drinks and service and very good wifi
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This restaurant is located at the end of the bridge going into the old town. To get there walk across the bridge then the first street to your left will go down to the ancient Turkish baths and this restaurant is on that street. They...More
The food was average, nothing was remarkable and we ate most of our servings. Daily soup was more or less tasteless. Tapas menu a bit boring. Outdoor seating was the reason we choose this place, though not with any views besides the street. Service was...More
Before visiting La Casa del Rey Moro we happened on this pleasant restaurant with outdoor seating and had a nice lunch. We had salad and an omelette much to our satisfaction with good service.
After a long day sight seeing we struggled to find a restaurant that was budget friendly is such a lovely town. We stumbled on Goyesca because I say they had mojitos and I just love mojitos. The tapas 3 course menu was delicious and filling....More
This restaurant is in a quieter location away from the busy restaurant areas of Ronda . We shared the set Tapas Menu which was excellent value It consisted of a tasty selection of hot and cold Tapas to include cold meats cheese Russian salad hot...More
Stopped by for drinks as a quick down pour of rain hit us. Nice seats outside with umbrellas, in a small street. Service fine, beer fine... a nice little stop...
After driving from Sevilla we (family of 5: 2 parents + 3 teenage girls) were in need of a good lunch and we got it here. The location was great..at the side of a cobbled street but just away from the busy main thoroughfare. We...More
We should have know better. This restaurant is very close to the famous Ronda bridge. Often restaurants near a main tourist attraction can be a trap and in my opinion, this restaurant is a real tourist trap! We ordered the paella and we understood the...More