Miramar Restaurant, Bedar

15 Jun

Last night was our friends, Cal and Matt’s last night so we decided to take a little trip up into Bedar.  There are two very good reasons for going there.  The temperature is beautifully cool at night, it is quite high up and usually there is a very light breeze.  Secondly, the restaurant El Miramar (Mirror of the Sea) is just fantastic.  The menu is usual Spanish fare but it is the position and the view which are the main reasons for going there.  Mirror of the sea indeed – on one side of the terrace you are surrounded by mountain views – on the other, miles and miles of countryside, and then the sea.  It is simply gorgeous.

Last night was no exception – we had a table on the busy little terrace and drinks were brought immediately.  (Actually, you can just go for a drink if you wish).  The menu is consistently good with lots of choice.  It is pretty much grilled meat of fish for mains, done very, very well andCalsaid that he hadn’t had chips like this in years!  There are plenty of good starters as well – a few choices of soup (the traditional fish soup is delicious), gazpacho and soup of the day, salads, calamari etc.  It is good value too – expect to pay 25 euros for two courses with wine and coffee – we didn’t have any pud, but again there is plenty to choose from.

One has so much choice around us, that sometimes we forget about Bedar as a possibility – it is only 20 minutes away, and after last night it is definitely back on our top 10 list of restaurants.





Miramar Restaurant, Bedar telephone: 950 469 308


3 Responses to “Miramar Restaurant, Bedar”

  1. Carol Parkin June 15, 2011 at 5:33 pm #

    One of our favourites too, especially the lamb for 2 people,which is really enough for 3.

  2. Cal June 15, 2011 at 9:31 pm #

    Thanks for mentioning us in the blog!!! Miramar was fab. As was our entire stay. Juts arrived back in rainy UK. Already missing the warmth of your climate and your hospitality.
    See you again very soon.
    Cal and Matt xxxx

  3. Hol June 19, 2011 at 7:22 pm #

    Have really enjoyed reading your blog. We are heading out to Almeria province this summer and it is good to see a non-biased view of the various places that will be near to where we are staying. Thanks!

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