Where to start? Moraira has a mouth-watering array of restaurants with something to suit every taste and budget. From local to international cuisine. From simple tapas bars to elaborate cosmopolitan dishes to hidden away real gems.
Raco de L’Arros
If you plan on trying the local speciality, paella, the Moraira restaurant Raco de L’Arros, in the centre of town is a great choice. Locally recognised as the place to go for Paella and with an impressive ranking on tripadvisor, it is well worth a visit.
The Options Restaurant is a beautiful city centre restaurant serving international cuisine. You can eat inside in the cozy, intimate restaurant, or al fresco and watch the world go by. The menu is varied and very Mediterranean. As well as fresh local meat and fish, Options offers an excellent selection of choices for vegetarians. With advance notice, the chef is also happy to offer gluten free options. Options is consistently ranked in the top ten restaurants in Moraira.
La Bona Taula
If you are planning one romantic ‘treat’ night, La Bona Taula, on the coast road is definitely worth considering. The seafront setting is perfect for a romantic meal. With a modern take on international cuisine and an impressive wine list – La Bona Taula is definitely the place to go for a ‘treat’. For the gourmets amongst you, it is worth noting that the talented chef previously worked in the kitchen of the famous El Bulli restaurant in Madrid.
If fresh seafood and a ‘taste of France’ is more to your liking, a visit to Les Fouges is a must. Set on the coastal road in Moraira, the restaurant is set high-up from the road and offers beautiful views out to sea. As well as fabulous fresh seafood and affordable, quality French wines, the restaurant also has a fabulous delicatessen section where you can buy food to take away. Family-run, the restaurant offers relaxed fine-dining without pomp.