Traditional sea food restaurant right on the harbour side. Ten out of ten from me. Well worth a visit.
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We had lunch at Can Flores on Monday 2 October. Relatively quiet day though restaurant got busier around 2 pm. We were overwhelmed by the excellent fish they served. Starter we ordered was fish cake and salad, however a plate of fried little fish, and...More
On the promenade,this is an attractive enough large open air reataurant. We had an enjoyable lunch there.Calamari was good,and reasonable priced. Clean tablecloths and good service. 40 euros for lunchtime meal including drinks was good value too.
The location is alright, with lots of places to leave the car (all by payment, of course). They served us in no time. First some mussels and rice can flores as a second. IT WAS ALL AMAZING. All the seafood is local, you can tell,...More
We had lunch hoping for a good time with quality fish. Starter was good (fish soup) main was a blend of fish, unfortunately the fish was dry and the fruits were uncooked, dissapointing for a 55eur dish. Desserts below average
If you are looking for a really great fish place. Can Flores can be fully recommended. The food is excellent! Fresh and just of the best, I have ever tasted. The interiors of the restaurant are not great but ok. White covers, very good service...More
The specialities of the house is fresh fish, excellent grilled small fishes, and other sea specialities, and day menus; paella is to recommend and also the good sangria. Can Flores, just delicious.
We had the set lunch, 18:50 Euro a head plus a bottle of local white wine. The menu had three starters on it, so we choose one each. Then received all three each ( well we do not speak Spanish, just nod a lot). These...More