This little beach oasis doesn't look like much, but it has an intensely loyal following, from wallet-watching windsurfers to wealthy capitaleño families. Menu names, which reflect the jargon of its surfers, include the Rocker (grilled marinated beef with onions, peppers, tomato, and tzitiki on a soft pita). Get an energy kick from yogurt-and-mango smoothies and organic vegetable drinks. Fresh-squeezed juices have morphed into the most interesting, tropical cocktails. An extremely family- and dog-friendly place, there's an extensive children's menu and beach toys to entertain. The new owner, Antonello Cannistra, a restaurant pro, has kept all of the Eze positivos by day but by night Eze transforms into "Antonello," with a chic and romantic ambience. The Mediterranean menu is full of fresh carpaccios, sea food, pasta, and meat dishes. There are a wide variety of events now, including jazz nights and on the first Saturday of every month a theme party with DJs and often an art installation.
Jun 21, 2011
Fodor's- please double check/revisit. Ate here Jun 21 2011 after reading review in fodor's DR book. Terrible. Menu doesnt seem to match Fodor's review. Burger was microwaved, as were nachos. Never had a microwaved burger before, never want to again either (disgusting). Chips for nachos were an equivalent of a ball game style chip, worse after being microwaved too. Owner was in attendance, more interested in sitting in sand watching kite boarders
than running his restaurant, didn't care when he saw us leave with 3/4 of the food on the plates. I am quite forgiving and love the DR and its food offerings, but this place's food was disgusting. $30 for beer, coke, burger, & nachos.