Restaurant Barlovento is the flagship of Torrevieja gastronomy. The good work of these years has made the company a real reference in the gastronomy of Torrevieja, a place not to be missed for those who want to enjoy the best Mediterranean cuisine. The decoration, entirely in wood, reflects the nautical tradition of the restaurant and transports the customer on a journey by sea. Barlovento tries to make every corner of the galleon a unique place thanks to the countless decorations that describe the seafaring way of life of yesteryear.
The quality of the products is non-negotiable: the seafood comes fresh from the fish market and is boxed so that the customer can check the freshness. The philosophy is to offer the customer the best product as a guarantee of success. The shrimps from Santa Pola, the shrimps from the Mar Menor, the red shrimps from Denia, the white shrimps from Huelva, together with the Galician shellfish – among others lobster, oysters, mussels, barnacles, crabs and crabs – do not leave indifferent to whomever The Barlovento-style oven-roasted rock octopus is a must-eat dish.
Rice dishes are also one of the claims, as there is a wide variety of delicacies: marine-style rice stew, black rice, rice with lobster or Barlovento rice – with lobster, natural cockles, cockles and red shrimps -. The wine and cava list is extensive to accompany your dishes. There are the major appellations DO Alicante, DO Rías Baixas, DO Ribeiro, DO Rueda, DO Penedés and DO Rioja with their most representative wines, as well as large reserves and high expression and signature wines.
Source: La Verdad
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