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“Fantastic calamaris a la plancha”
Review of Los Albardinales

Los Albardinales
Ranked #3 of 18 Restaurants in Tabernas
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Spanish
Description: Los Albardinales is a themed restaurant of high quality traditional cuisine located in Almería Southern Spain based in a building which used to be an old Oil Mill built in 1925 and opened to the public reformed in 1998. In the reform, great care was taken in pampering the details to create an intimate and homely atmosphere respecting the typical architecture of the Taberna’s Desert and giving the facilities an unprecedented character among the restaurants in Almería. We have 3 independent dining rooms with a total capacity of about 80 people, a museum-exhibition area with more than 350m2 for recreation of visitors and an Andalusian patio for receptions and open-air cocktails. All this perfectly integrated in the environ
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Description: Los Albardinales is a themed restaurant of high quality traditional cuisine located in Almería Southern Spain based in a building which used to be an old Oil Mill built in 1925 and opened to the public reformed in 1998. In the reform, great care was taken in pampering the details to create an intimate and homely atmosphere respecting the typical architecture of the Taberna’s Desert and giving the facilities an unprecedented character among the restaurants in Almería. We have 3 independent dining rooms with a total capacity of about 80 people, a museum-exhibition area with more than 350m2 for recreation of visitors and an Andalusian patio for receptions and open-air cocktails. All this perfectly integrated in the environ
Reviewed 6 April 2018

We are used to eat very good meat here, but this time my choice of "calamaris" was really tasty, portion was good size and also very beautiful.

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Reviewed 25 April 2017

As soon as you walk into this olive oil factory entrance you feel you are in somewhere special. We had a tour by such a passionate young man, one of the sons and then were allowed to taste the different oils. The aroma was overwhelmingly incredible and it smelt like cut grass. We were a small group of friends who were all bowled over by the whole experience...and of course, we all bought this amazing olive oil. Eating it with bread is a dream. The restaurant part is beautiful, or sitting outside is fun. The museum part is well preserved and the beers served in chilled glass. The food beautifuly presented, staff friendly - in short, could not fault anything. A classy, fun and interesting couple of hours very well spent.

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Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

The best organic olive oil in the world (won several prices) and organic red & white vine combined with a good meal at their place with first class personal service from their family members that speak fluent English. It is really worth the visit.

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Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

If you want to try something very local and very very aimed on quality ingredients, go for it here. The goat fresh cheese was amaizing (family made cheese), so was the potato salad. The mains we had - cod was brilliant, full of flavours and very good cooked and calamari - most delicious I ve had, so soft and so flavoury. The main ingredient is also their own olive oil Oro del Desierto - one of the most awarded organic olive oil in the world. To try them is a must, as they have them on each table. Very recommended!!

Thank Kchkt
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Reviewed 21 May 2016

Called here after a desert safari, the mill is set in old interesting buildings, and charts the production of olive oil from early times. The restaurant is incorporated in the same buildings. If you keep to the, menu del dia, it is good value, for E22, inc tax, a meal comprising an appetiser, gazpacho,seared tuna, and desert.

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