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Alicante restaurant

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On our quick overnight to Alicante last week where we were able to stay for 25E at hotel Ramblas we also ate at a very nice small modern restaurant recommended by our local friends. It is called La Jarela.

It is on calle San Francisco , 4, walkable from almost anywhere.
reservations: 672 267 529

They offered many interesting tapas with a particular twist. They also have a fixed price menu for lunch and another for dinner which all looked interesting. This is a new, crisp modern "gastro" type bar/restaurant.

Take a dictionary to decipher the tapas combinations you will see on the blackboard and be brave and try some of their specialities. The local regional wine won't disappoint.

The place filled up quickly outside on a Friday night.

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