Casa Antonio – Bar Los Caracoles

Updated March 2017

Now into the third generation of “Antonios”, for over 50 years this family-run restaurant has been serving up traditional Andalusian cooking, including snails in a peppery broth (a secret family recipe), along with great service and a very pleasant ambiance. All warm wood and cosy inside, and a big buzzy terrace just off the Plaza Alfalfa. Very good value for money here. Aside from snails, they are also known for their brochettes: Argentinian beef and monkfish & king prawns. I come here when I want some simple homestyle cooking in a no-nonsense friendly atmosphere. Good wine too!

Bread/Service Charge: 0€

Pérez Galdos 13
(Plaza de la Alfalfa)
Tel. 954 213 172
Open: 12.30 – 16.30 / 20.00 – midnight
Closed Wednesdays
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Food 8 | Wine 8 | Service 8 | Ambiance 8


fritura with tempura-style onions & peppers,
puntillitas and breaded prawns

crispy battered prawns

grilled monkfish, prawn and veg brochette

stewed cardoon with mushrooms and jamón

jamón croquetas

solomillo in a creamy green peppercorn sauce

solomillo al whisky

cazón en adobo (marinated dogfish)

casa antonio - champisgrilled mushrooms with housemade alioli and salsa verde
(much tasiter than they look!)

pepper and onion salad with melva (frigate tuna)

fried mussels stuffed with veg

sizzling prawns in olive oil & garlic

“calamares del campo” (deep-fried breaded onions & peppers)

grilled chiperones (squid)

tortillitas de camarones

braised chicken leg with potatoes

clams in marinero sauce

casa antonio ruedathe house rueda

fish & seafood display case

meat display case

José, Antonio & Carlos
tiles~back to top ~

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Updated March 2017