La Pergola in Puerto de la Duquesa
Modern, neat and pleasant, you will find it at the front line walking down towards the end, past the Chinese restaurants. The owner explained that his intention is to offer a more select menu to please the more select palate, at reasonable prices.
The menu is not very large, which is a good sign, and it does tempt the taste buds with some out of the ordinary dishes.
We are informed that in summer they will lay a much greater part with charcoal B.B.Q.s. I can smell the aroma already
El Molino in Sabinillas (See advert)
Set in a basement; its like walking into a wine cellar. It reminded me a one of my favourite restaurants back in Old Blighty especially patronized by professionals for business meetings. You will not get an English roast but you will get a good selection of tapas or larger portions. The food is traditional Andalucian however some of the dishes are out of the everyday ordinary. I liked the fact that one can choose the more private tables enclosed in alcoves away from the rest. Considering the cozy setting and the food the prices are quite reasonable.