My wife and I ate lunch here opting for the 17 euro 3 course menu. The menu had a good range of dishes and the food was really nice. My wife's pil pil (pir piri) prawn starter was excellent as was her hake fillet, cooked perfectly. The grilled entrecote of beef that I had was very nice. Gorgeous fresh bread served to start. A copy of the menu can be found below.
The restaurant is located on the waters edge at the old marina, next door to it's sister restaurant which specialises in seafood. Both were recommended to us by a local jeweller.
La Ola (and the sister restaurant) is a great little spot, with good food, very friendly service and ideally placed to watch the World (and the odd Ferrari) go by.
Cream of Pumpkin
Onion Soup au Gratin
César Salad with Chicken
Prawns-Gambas Pil Pil
Fried Camembert, Nuts and Rocket, Currants Sauce
Mushrooms au Gratin Stuffed with Meat and Serrano Ham
Carpaccio of Norwegian Salmon with Dill
Gambas Cocktail with Pineapple, Pink Sauce
Entrecote on the Grill, French Fries
Hot Pot of Hungarian Beef Goulash with Paprika, Carrots and Potatoes
Hake Fillet, Green Sauce, Mashed Potatoes
Slice of Swordfish cooked to the Plate, Mashed Potatoes
Indian Chicken Tikka served on a Hot Stone
Slices of Young Pork Fillet with Mustard Sauce, Mashed Potatoes
Salmon with a Dill and Cream Sauce, Basmati Rice
Paella of Chicken and Vegetables ( minimum for two persons )
Traditional Irish coffee
Home Made Flan with Caramel
Emotion of Black Chocolate
Cheese Tart, Raspberries Sauce
Pancake with Grand Marnier and Vanilla Ice Cream
Tutti Frutti Ice Cream, Chantilly
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