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Sep 252020

CASA EDY              TEULADA             965740609 



Good value al fresco fare


Casa Edy is located at 35 Av. Mediterráneo, the main street running through Teulada. From the street the restaurant does not attract attention but once you enter, it is deceptively large in size with a substantial terrace providing a pleasant venue for al fresco dining.

There are two menus del día priced at €15 and €20 according to the main course selected. All but one of our group chose the cheaper menu yet curiously the more expensive meal was the disappointing one with a chewy entrecote for main course.

Amongst the starters were mussels served with a delicious soup, scrambled eggs with mushrooms, boquerones and a seafood platter – all good.


For main course we enjoyed baby squid, sole, lamb chops and pork fillet and these were accompanied by the house wines, both from Albacete and called Santa Negro, the white a Macabeo and the red a Tempranillo. Both wines were priced at the bargain price of just €4.



Desserts and chopitos completed our pleasant lunch costing a competitive €17.80 p.p.

KK 75


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Jun 142019


A cultural experience?

Located on the Plaza de la Constitucion, this canteen appears to serve as the eating place for the Teulada local government.  It is vast and accordingly is a bit off-putting. However the food served and its value for money soon dispelled our early doubts.

The menu del diá is priced at just €11 including a half bottle of Los Señores wine.

There was a choice of eight starters on offer and most of us chose mussels or fried boquerones – both very satisfying.


For main course there were three rice dishes, three fish dishes and five meat dishes to choose from. Again most of us opted for roast chicken, lamb and fritura de pescado and we were not disappointed.


Our host traded up on the wine to a white Cariñena called Don Mendo (€8.50).



The dessert was a Macedonia with ice cream. Including coffees and brandies our cultural experience in Teulada cost €17.60 p.p.



PH 74

Nov 102017
CASA LILI,        TEULADA          965744568


Oriental delights in a sophisticated setting.

Casa Lili is technically in Teulada although it is actually closer to Moriara.  It is to be found at the bottom of the hill from Teulada just off the final roundabout in the direction of Benitachell. It was formally Asador el Andaluz, but in the meantime the new Chinese owners have completely redecorated the restaurant and when we arrived for our lunch the car park was already full.

The menu del día is priced at just €9.95 for four courses and a glass of wine and there is a Japanese menu at €13.95. Most of us opted for the former menu whilst some decided to go à la carte.



The menu del día selection included sweet & sour soup or salad for the starter. Thereafter we moved on to a spring roll or a Mongolian pincho –both delicious.



For main course we chose Thai beef which was also excellent although the lemongrass was a little tough.

The house wines accompanying our lunch were a white Rioja called Marques de Vitoria and a red Ribero del Duero called Vegazar – both very much in tune with the cuisine and priced at €8.95.

Our off piste members selected dumplings and a typically Spanish dish of garlic prawns for their starters, following these up with two different curries. The main courses were all served with fried rice.

One of our group opted for ice cream for dessert, but the rest of us were already replete and settled for coffees and brandies. The cost of this oriental delight in sophisticated surroundings was a modest €23 p.p..

SL 81      

Jul 152016
CASA EDY,             TEULADA        966280551


Steady Edy

Avenida Meditarráneo runs the full length of Moraira and at number 35 is Casa Edy. From the outside it looks unassuming but inside it is a most pleasant restaurant, and especially the patio in the rear which is sheltered from any traffic noise from the Avenida.

Casa Edy has four menus del día priced at €9, €12, €15 and €18. All of these menus include pan alioli, a substantial range of starters, a half bottle of wine, water and coffee. In other words your main course dictates the price you have to pay.

Almost all of our group chose the €15 menu, but one went for the €18 option, so our average cost per person amounted to €17.32. The staff were friendly, the quality of the food was good so we were happy lunchers.

PD 71


Mar 212014

DSC00317LA BRISA,  TEULADA      680290548


What a breeze!


La Brisa is a family run bar restaurant offering outstanding value for money.

The restaurant is located on Calle Calpe 58 which is a backstreet near the sportshall and municipal swimming pool at the top of Teulada. La Brisa is unpretentious with simple furniture and orange coloured walls.


The menu del día costs €12.50 and includes tapas, bread and alioli, a starter, a main course, dessert, wine, coffee and a liqueur or brandy!

Whilst we were perusing the menu, dishes of olives, sweet onions, peanuts and patatas bravas were produced without any prompting. The house wine quickly followed and was from La Mancha; the white was Albadia del Roble and the red was a Tempranillo Crianza called Ossária.


For starters we had tasty grilled vegetables, an excellent fish soup and cocktail de gambas. The main courses selected were grilled steak with a fried egg, lamb chops and spare ribs, all good honest cuisine.

Desserts included homemade chocolate mousse, apple tart with ice cream and cheesecake.DSC00313

Finally we had our coffees accompanied by a cream liqueur or mistella. When one of our members asked for brandy a bottle of Magno was produced!

All in all La Brisa is a no frills experience of good food and drink at a very competitive price; long may it continue.

Price p.p. €13.70.

SL 77.  

7 Brisa rev (2)         7 Brisa rev (1)



Mar 292013
L´ALMACERA,   TEULADA    965741214



L´Almacera is in an attractive old rustic building that originally housed the Oil Press for the town of Teulada. The restaurant is set back from the roundabout at the bottom of the main street at Cami Benarrix and has parking directly in front.

Inside, the restaurant is full of nooks and crannies and is decorated with ancient farm implements.


The menu del dia is priced at €8.95 for a two course meal or €11.95 for three and includes a glass of house wine with the former and a half bottle with the latter. The Club last dined here almost five years ago and the dishes offered on the menu were virtually unchanged. Our server was friendly and referred to our somewhat startled host as “Honey”.

We started with seafood crepes and two of us had deep fried brie with red berry sauce prompting our friendly server to comment “2 bries or not 2 bries”. Our host decided not to risk the house white and so we had El Coto Rioja white (€15) because there was no Verdejo Rueda in stock.

For our main course we had rib eye steak with mushroom or pepper sauce and tough dry pork loin with black pudding.


The vegetables were colourful but almost certainly from the frozen section of a nearby British supermarket.

In fact the whole experience in L´Almacera was British and our lunch was dominated by a nearby table where about a dozen very entertaining diners, who could have been from the set of EastEnders, discussed a wide range of topics and current affairs.

For dessert we had chocolate mousse and sherry trifle.

Our intrepid host provided us with Altos de Tamaron, a Pagos del Rey Ribero del Duero (€15) and along with coffees and Brandy our noisy lunch cost €27.25 p.p.


MR 62      cards 001


Nov 182011
LA POLENTA, TEULADA    965741423  (now closed).


Going, going, gone!

No matter how good the food is, it´s difficult to enjoy a meal in a large empty restaurant such as La Polenta, at 38 Avenida Mediterraneo, the main street running through Teulada.

The barn-like restaurant has an attractive patio in the rear but the inclement November weather confined us to indoors.

Florin, our Romanian Maitre D´, ran us through the €9 menu del dia and most of us selected either the well presented, but rather bland house pâté, or the vegetable soup which curiously had pieces of chicken in it.

For main course we selected either Monkfish or a tasty Risotto dish. There was no meat dish available on the menu del diá but La Polenta has a second menu where, for €6 each dish, one could select from a range of salads, pizzas or pastas, so some of our team worked off this menu and were pleased they did. Finally our carnivorous diner went á la carte and had magret de pato/canard.

For dessert most of us played safe and had ice cream, but a crepes dish had to be sent back because the chef had omitted to cook it.

Perhaps it was the gloomy weather, but our drinks bill was greater than the food bill and included the house white and red wine, both from Valdepeñas and called Diego del Almagro, a pricey Ribero del Duero called Camino de Castilla, as well as coffees to accompany some 103 brandy. This brought the total cost p.p. to €26.83.

JLB 60   (N.B. This restaurant closed December 2011)


Jun 012011
Las VegasLAS VEGAS, TEULADA. (+34) 96 574 0341


A gamble which didn’t quite come off….

Las Vegas was one of the first restaurants reviewed by the FLC almost four years ago. During those boom times there were three menus del dia priced at €10, €12 & €15. The most expensive menu featured lobster or entrecote. That was then, but with the recession continuing to bite there is now just one menu which is priced at €12. One thing that had not changed since our last visit was the annoying practice of the management to segregate their customers, with the Spanish to the front and the Foreigners in the rather gloomy rear of the restaurant.

We started our meal with a generous prawn cocktail & a dish of steamed mussels.

For main course we selected Pork chops, Cordon bleu with salsa & Calamares a la romano –all acceptable but not exceptional.

The wines were Castillo de Liria white from Valencia & a red Tierra de Castilla called Nazares. All in all an ok lunch which cost €14.68 p.p.

RH  63