Denia Restaurants and Reviews

Denia Restaurant Guide, Reviews and Complete A-Z List of Restaurants in Denia.

Welcome to this guide to restaurants in Denia as well as bars and cafes located in the town of Denia, Costa Blanca, Spain.

Here at Costa Blanca Restaurants we are always being asked – Where are the best restaurants in Denia?

I’m visiting Denia on holiday, can you tell me where are the good restaurants in Denia?

Where would you recommend to eat out and dine out in Denia?

Now our guide to restaurants in Denia will make obvious the quality places to eat out in Denia – as well as the establishments you probably want to avoid!

Denia is a great place to eat out because not only is it a large town but it is also a tourist town with great sandy beaches and people come to Denia from all over Europe. Because of this there are a large number of restaurants and a greater than normal variety of types of cuisine, food and many different dining out experiences. As Denia also has such a diverse population with many expats living here there are restaurants catering to many different tastes and nationalities. Cooking standards are usually high and usually include fresh local produce and ingredients.

Of course most restaurants in Denia cater for the large Spanish market and being right by the sea,  Spanish restaurants serving great seafood dishes are in abundance but you will also find many Chinese restaurants, Indian restaurants, French restaurants and restaurants that cover many different menus, typically we refer to these as serving International cuisine. Look out for the Menu del Dia which most restaurants in Denia offer, especially at lunchtimes. This is a great value menu which typically includes a starter, main course, dessert and often includes wine, soft drink or coffee.

As well as official comments from the actual Denia restaurants, we also have real restaurant reviews and comments from customers who have eaten out in the restaurants listed below.

If you are coming on holiday to Denia no doubt you are wanting to find out the best places to eat out so let us be your guide and get the most out of your holiday in Denia.

We also invite you to submit your own comments and Denia restaurant reviews if you have dined out or eaten out in any of the restaurants.

If you don’t see a restaurant that you know of in Denia, then please also send us a message with any information you have about the restaurant and we will list it here.

We hope you find this free website useful and informative – we would sincerely appreciate any help you can give us – a couple of lines (or more if you like) on any restaurants you know of in Denia would really be very helpful. Consider the following Denia restaurant review factors: the quality and taste of the food and menu, fresh ingredients or frozen, cooking of the chef and kitchen staff, size of portions, the price, the service from your waiter or waitress, the value for money, the decor situation and ambiance, any signature dishes, wines, busy or quiet, any need to make reservations, family-friendly or not.

Complete Alphabetical A-Z Listing Of Denia Restaurants

Al Gusto Restaurant
The Al Gusto Restaurant dining in pleasant surroundings with a International menu.

Arena Bar Restaurant
The Arena Bar Restaurant serves International Cuisine.

Bambu Restaurante
The Bambu Restaurante serves an International menu, is extremely diverse and the food beautifully presented. An ideal place for a special meal.

El Trampoli Restaurant
The El Trampoli Restaurant in Denia specialises in Seafood Cuisine.

La Galicia Restaurant in Denia
The La Galicia Restaurant in Denia is also well-known as the cowshed. It offers a rustic environment in which you can watch your steak being cooked – delicious!

La Cuina Restaurant
The La Cuina Restaurant in Denia seves Mediterranean Cuisine.

La Menta Restaurant in Denia
The La Menta Restaurant  in Denia serves International Cuisine.

La Sella Resort
The five star Marriot Resort is a good place for a coffee in relaxing and plush surroundings or eat out in the restaurants.

Latitude  Restaurant in Denia
The Latitude restaurant in Denia serves typical Mediterranean cuisine.

Meson Asador Gallego
The Meson Asador Gallego offers a unique dining out experience in Denia. Here you can enjoy food and specialities from the Galicia region in the north of Spain.

The Orange Grove Restaurant near Denia
The Orange Grove is rated as a delightful restaurant with a menu of predominantly famous English dishes with a few additional international favourites.

Wok in Denia
The Wok in Denia serves a buffet full of tasty Chinese food.

Meson Asador Gallego – Ctra Las Marinas Km 1 from Denia (on the right hand side) Tel: 96 643 0813.

“This rustic, dark wood restaurant specialises in the food from Galicia in the north of Spain. It has a very elegant, Spanish feel to the decor and the food is exceptional. Only a little English is spoken and your fellow diners will almost always be Spanish which adds to the atmosphere and the recommendation! A ‘busy’ painted sign showing meat grilling over an open fire hangs over the pavement and it is just after the garage on the right hand side as you leave Denia on the Las Marinas road. The actual entrance to the restaurant is a little hard to see from the road but persevere it is larger than you would expect and a real eating experience. Such restaurants are not cheap but they are very special. Dress up and be prepared to stay for hours!” Annie P. April ’08

restaurant-Denia Bambu Restaurante – C/Assagador de la Marjal – Ctra 013 Denia.

“The Bambu is hidden away in a residential area near ‘Restaurant Alley’ which begins at the Las Marinas road with Cafe Solo as a good land mark. Go up ‘Restaurant Alley’ to the crossroads and turn right…Bambu is on your left almost immediately. It is a German owned restaurant which is open all day and evening Tuesday to Sunday in season. It has recently been completely renovated and emphasises Bamboo furniture as it’s name suggests. The interior is spacious and modern whilst being welcoming with various items of excellent quality, modern art on display by local artists. The bamboo theme also extends outside to the gardens. The International menu is extremely diverse and the food beautifully presented. An ideal place for a special meal.” Annie P. April ’08

The Orange Grove – Camino de Gandia (5km towards Els Poblets village from Denia) Tel: 96 578 8306.

*Now Closed*

La Galicia – also known as the cowshed! – “In winter it is lovely and warm and you can watch your steak being cooked. Also quite cheap.” Linda H. March ’08

La Sella – “On a warm, sunny day if you fancy a good cup of coffee in peaceful surroundings, if the hustle and bustle of the seafront does not appeal, the coffee shop near the La Sella tennis complex is a great place to sit and watch the (sometimes embarrassingly awful) tennis while you sip your coffee or hot chocolate and read the paper. There are stables nearby and you can hear the horses and smell the hay. All very soothing.” Jan G. March ’08

The Wok – “This was recommended so we trailed along there to sample the goodies. Really I was a bit disappointed, I found the food had been sitting in the servers for quite a long time and the sesame toast etc was a little tired and curled. It is a self service restaurant cobbled out of a car showroom or something equally enormous, with scary gold resin coated dragons everywhere and you can pick and choose dishes from a vast array of stainless steel bin things. However, I have been spoiled by waiter service and prefer food to come to me, not the other way around. It was okay but I would not go back. For those who yearn to queue for food, it’s on the main drag into Denia from Javea, shortly before ‘Casa’ on the right. There is another one in Javea near Barclays Bank roundabout.” Jan G. March ’08

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  1. David von Janowski says

    Our group of four had a meal at Arena’s on 17th October 2014. As a vegetarian I Asked if it was possible to have a salad instead of the meat option. I was told this was not possible! So my main course (pasta) was brought to me when the three other guests were served their starters! I then sat for 1/2 hour with no food whilst my guests ate their main course. The waitress ignored me when I tried to order dessert and I had to call her back to the table to complete our orders! We found the whole experience embarrassing and ruined the atmosphere of having a pleasant meal. The pasta I had was bland and we were served no bread or olives. The overall bill was not cheap. We will never go back to Arena’s. The guest book entry I posted on their site was deleted. There are plenty of other better restaurants in Denia. Very disappointing.

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