When you say Christmas dinner do you mean a traditional turkey dinner or simply to go out and eat on Christmas Day evening ie Spanish food
Just to go out and eat doesn't have to be the traditional Christmas Dinner, just wanted to get somewhere booked.
You will be fine just going out and eating, only really need to book if you want a turkey dinner (I don’t) or if you have a specific restaurant in mind.
If you prefer to book, then try El Mirador at the marina, you can call or email them. I find on Christmas Day it’s nice to eat out late afternoon...nice views and sun is still out. I’ve booked and been to El mirador on Christmas Day before but also just walked along the front and picked somewhere.
The traditional meal for the Spanish is paella and other fish dishes, eaten on Christmas eve evening. The 25th is just a day off to digest it! The kids' main present day is 6th January, with the 5th being when the 3 Kings arrive and parade before "doing the rounds" during the night. No chimneys here so they don't have to scale the rooftops :) .
We've just booked a table at Sebastyans for 7pm on Christmas Day... we weren't fussed about the traditional turkey dinner but we made sure to book well in advance as it's one of our favourite places and it tends to get booked up in advance. Already thinking about their melt-in-the-mouth lamb!! I can highly recommend it!
Having said that, if we'd not been able to get in to Sebastyans then we'd have just gone down on the front for a curry :-)
Thanks for the info, sounds like an afternoon stroll and a see where it takes us will be the plan.
When we wintered in PB, we went to el peregrine and had tapas! It is remembered as one of our best Christmas days and couldn't recommend it highly enough. Our waitress even invited to join her family party, just across the street, at 4pm but we declined. Great memories!
Hi Thank you for this will look at El Peregrine THEN, Tapas is mine and my folks choice of food when we go out so would be perfect.