When choosing La Manga Club for your holiday, one of the first things that attracts people is the vast choice of sporting facilities on the resort. There is no doubt that for sporty types, La Manga pretty much has it all. But one thing people often do not realise when they book their holiday is the huge choice of bars and La Manga Club restaurants that awaits them. No matter how fussy or adventurous an eater you are, La Manga is likely to have a number of restaurants or bars and cafes that will suit.
If you are coming to the resort for a couple of weeks here’s a list of 14 La Manga Club restaurants that are definitely worth putting on your list!
La Manga Club’s flagship restaurant. Amapola is perfect for a special night out. Elegant Mediterranean cuisine and seriously stylish surroundings make this a “must visit” when in residence at the club. If at all possible, ask for a terrace table, it offers beautiful, breathtaking golf views. Also popular is the Sunday lunchtime buffet with live musical accompaniment.
Andale Mexican Restaurant
The Resort’s Mexican restaurant situated by the tennis centre served in a vibrant and colourful setting. Andale has a few really unusual and imaginative Mexican dishes on offer, as well as all the classics you’d imagine. There’s a fair bit of tequila on offer too, so whether it’s shots or margaritas that float your boat, you won’t be disappointed here! Specialities include Tampiquena por metro, which is grilled beef tenderloin ordered by the metre, and Fajitas Texas, Cajun-style sizzling strips of beef, marinated in Mexican spices and served flambéed with tequila!
Situated in the heart of La Manga Club, sleek and chic, Asia is the perfect La Manga Club Restaurant to sample the delights of pan-Asian cuisine. Enjoy the sights, sounds and aromas as chefs skilfully prepare authentic dishes in the open kitchen, or take in the views from the scenic terrace.
La Cala Beach Cove
Located at possibly the most picturesque venue of the La Manga Club restaurants at La Cala beach overlooking the resort’s own secluded cove, La Cala serves the freshest Mediterranean fish and seafood. Favourites include paella, gilthead bream baked in sea salt, and a substantial platter of grilled fish and seafood served with garlic mayonnaise and daily chef’s suggestions.
It can be a real nightmare tracking down a good curry when on holiday. Look no more, Dharma is not only the answer to your entire curry dream’s, it’s an extremely stylish venue too. Located in Las Lomas Village, Dharma offers authentic Indian cuisine in a contemporary stylish setting and a terrace with stunning views.
Delicious pizzas and pasta’s served in a rustic Italian ambience. Highly recommended is the Pizza Luigi – ask Luigi for details!
La Bodega Tapas
Savour the intense and lively flavours of the tantalising tapas and fine Spanish vintages in La Manga Club’s typical bodega.
Uncle Sam’s American Restaurant
In this case, think TGI Friday, but with the sunshine and you’ll get the idea. At Uncle Sam’s American Restaurant the focus is all on American dining served up with a smile. Their ribs and fries are agreeably messy, but a really enjoyable treat. Finger-licking chicken, great burgers and truly sinful desserts are amongst the specialities. Rocking background music and walls decked with memorabilia complete the all-American experience.
La Finca Restaurant
Set in possibly the finest gardens at La Manga Club this stunning La Manga Club restaurant is complimented by a wonderful international cuisine and fine wine cellar. Skilled experienced chefs design and prepare exquisite meals which will entrance.
A continental-style brassiere offering classic international cuisine in the charming setting of Bellaluz Plaza. During the summer months, that special ‘pavement café’ ambience on its sunny terrace is sure to enhance any meal.
Mr Chan’s Chinese Restaurant
Set in the heart of Las Lomas Village and run by Mr Chan, this is the first of the La Manga Club restaurants to offer Chinese food. Focusing on Sichuan and Peking cooking, if offers a great special menu with a wonderful take away menu too, super for kids with wonderfully speedy service.
Si! Wine Bare Cafe Bistro
THE PLACE TO BE! Good food and drink and the best value of the La Manga Club restaurants, live sports events on numerous screens and is ideal for children of all ages. Night time live entertainment and a late bar make this a real winner with everyone. Kids even eat free between 5.30pm and 7.00pm. Open all day everyday from 9.00am and breakfast is served all day! You will be sure of a warm welcome every time at Si! Wine Bar and Café.
Los Molinos Pool & Bar Restaurant
This is a great child friendly La Manga Club restaurant overlooking the ever popular Los Molinos pool. Located in the community of Los Molinos, this venue is open to all La Manga Club residents. Run by Roberto and his lovely wife Alex, a wide choice of snacks/tapas are available by day, with the best evening BBQ’s at La Manga Club, a must!
Situated in the heart of La Manga Club and run by one of La Manga Club’s oldest restaurateurs, Victor. This is a super all year round La Manga Club restaurant with a wonderful choice of international cuisine and with wise wine selection from Victor to compliment your evening; you will enjoy this venue to the full.
Via Romana Restaurant
A really unassuming restaurant from the outside, Via Romana is based in the small village of Los Belones. Air-conditioned, it’s a comfortable and bustling restaurant, but the star attraction here is the traditional Italian food. With rave reviews in abundance, you really need to visit to see what the fuss is about … you won’t be disappointed.
Explore Many More La Manga Club Restaurants
So there you have it. Fourteen nights and fourteen La Manga Club restaurants, and you haven’t even scratched the surface. It’s for these , plus many more reasons, that people flock back, year after year to La Manga Club.