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Updated December 2012

My second visit to Alcuza was much more satisfying than the first one (over two years ago), in part because I had been invited to a special lunch of Iberian pork products, which was fantastic. I’m including photos of those dishes here as I am told that some of them will be on the regular menu after the “jornadas” are over (the “serranito inverso” is the only special tapa on this menu, the rest are served as main dishes either in the restaurant or tapas bar areas).

My third visit has convinced me that this is a place worth returning to, with a solid tapas menu, good wines and professional service. Give the mini-burger a miss, but the chipirones are perfectly grilled and the piquillo peppers filled with a creamy bacalao brandada are superb. Dining room menu is also available in the tapas bar.

Bread Charge: 1€

Campamento 29
Tel. 954 542 477
Open: 13.00 – midnight
Kitchen closed 16.00 – 20.30
Closed Sunday evenings
Alcuza Website
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Food 8 | Wine 8 | Service 8 | Ambiance 8

“grandma’s” croquettes

alcuza wontons“wontons” filled with cheese, leeks and langoustines

caña de lomo, sausage and jamón (all Ibérico de bellota)

chicharrones with mango chutney

alcuza piquillo bacalao brandadapiquillo peppers filled with creamy bacalao brandada

presa tataky with tomato marmalade

alcuza burgerretinta beef burger

prok piruleta with migas and cilantro gazpacho

marinated solomillo on toast with asparagus and kaki alioli

alcuza presa burritopresa burrito with caramalised onion and cheese

“serranito inverso” grilled solomillo and chips on top of a crisp artesanal regaña,
with roasted red peppers underneath

grilled pork ribs with truffle potato purée

alcuza chipironesgrilled chipirones with potato and apple purée

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Updated: December 2012

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