Al Aljibe

Updated September 2017

Al Aljibe was one of the first “market kitchen” restaurants in town, serving fresh seasonal food, with the menu changing every few months. It is housed in a beautifully restored old three-storey house in the Alamenda and has a small front patio that extends into the square, two interior dining rooms and a rooftop terrace; all areas are intimate and comfortable.

Tapas are available on the patio and main floor dining area – upstairs and rooftop serves food from the restaurant menu. Without a doubt the very best prawn burger I have ever had, and the risotto with rocket and provolone cheese is exquisite. Very attentive service by international staff.

Bread Charge: 1€ PER PERSON

Alameda de Hércules 76
Tel. 954 900 591
Open 13.00 – 16.00 / 20.00 – midnight
€ € € €

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Food 9 | Wine 9 | Service 7 | Ambiance 8

bread & olives

marinated sardines on toast with red pesto, avodaco and tapenade

black pudding croquettes

tender octopus over potatoes, dried tomatoes and miso mayonnaise

bacalao frito with roasted veg and tartar sauce

arugula and provolone risotto

prawn burger with spicy rocoto sauce and fried quail egg

grilled chiperones with squid ink mayo

tender carrillada (pig’s cheek) with crispy potatoes

grilled secreto with caramalized onions and port sauce

I love these lamps

tapas menu

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Updated September 2017