Restaurant Brisa Andaluza in Calpe

By Buster Smith Tuesday, 15 September 2015 10:08 0

RESTAURANT BRISA ANDALUZA is a long established restaurant situated on the front line of Playa la Fossa in Calpe. Established over 20 years ago, it enjoys a unique setting on the promenade with impressive sea views overlooking the iconic Penon Ifach and the bay of Calpe, offering a bright and airy ambience in which to enjoy some typically Mediterranean cuisine.

A wide selection of fresh fish and seafood is selected daily from the local fish market and can be prepared to your own liking, and if fish is not to your preference then their great variety of carnes-a-la-brasa or grilled meats are cooked to mouth-watering perfection. They have a selection of typical paella rice dishes and other Mediterranean specialities from which to choose from as well.

Home-made desserts are prepared daily by the chef and they have an extensive wine list including some of the best wines from around the region including more international offerings. An excellent menu del dia is available from €15 and includes a three-course meal and a choice of excellent house wines.

The 250-seater restaurant caters for private parties and wedding receptions and can create a menu to meet with specific requirements and tastes. They are open seven days a week, from 12pm - 11.30pm throughout the year.

The restaurant is at Avenida Juan Carlos 1, 18, Local 1-3, Playa la Fossa, Calpe, Alicante. Reservations can be made on 965 836 955 or visit their website at www.brisaandaluza.com. They are on Facebook too.

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