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Reviewed November 19, 2019 via mobile

So pleased with our choice last night and thanks to you Trip Advisor for influencing us! Great food, service and an excellent ambience. If in Villena again we would not hesitate to return. We shared Tataki de atun to start and had the Solomillo and...Lamb Shoulder for mains, no room for dessert but they looked very tempting.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 29, 2019 via mobile

Had been recommended and deservedly so. Food was delicious, particularly langostinos al curry and helpful service. Good atmosphere - always think linen tablecloths and napkins are good indication of quality restaurant. Will be back.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed August 3, 2019

This review is a little delayed as i have just found the business cards put safely away - so safely I couldn't find them! We went to Titas as we had a member of the family who knew of it and where it was located,...as we would have had difficulty in finding it ourselves. It is a hidden gem! The atmosphere is wonderful, the staff so fabulously beyond the call of customer care and the food absolutely delightful. We went with Paella in mind and were not to be disappointed. On half of the party decided on seafood, and me, a meat one. We were not disappointed. As one of our party rightly said, if you have to have a photograph of your food outside on a pavement "v" board with a member of staff 'worrying' you in, you need to avoid the place. And this one didn't. You asked about the dishes f the day and were fully explained with even the offer of a taste. I was fascinated by the beer vats some 10 or so metres up the wall at one end of the restaurant and was informed these were filled directly by pipe from the local brewery, which just happened to be my favourite beer tipple, Estrella. We enjoyed a mixed mezze-style starter, which even though it contained some foods I am personally not fussed on, it was delicious. While the main paella is certainly a feature all over Spain, this was one worth driving for. The fusion of tastes, the lemon, the careful seasoning, the rice cooked with passion and completely oil-less. Boy, what a feast! There is plenty to chose form on the menu from very traditional local food to fish and steaks for the less adventurous. My advice is to tell the water your likes and ask what dished they have that include it! The other great thing is that, yes, we went off season, but the place was teeming with locals, young and old, which spoke volumes for the restaurant. And to finish, one of our party who is a genuine wine expert (as opposed to a wine bore who knows everything while knowing absolutely nothing) was able, while the rest of us enjoyed some local after-dinner spirits) to grab a glass of Clio wine, a speciality of the region which is nigh on impossible to get in the UK. Verdict. If you are within a 30-mile radius of Titas, visit it! You won't be disappointed (unless you are a burger and chips bore - but even then Titas can oblige!). And for what we steered our way though food and drink wise, not at all expensive. Oh, and the toilets were spotless too!More

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed June 27, 2019 via mobile

Overall a decent meal with a helpful waiter. Don’t go here if you are looking for pub grub. The octopus was delicious and recommended. Only reason not given a five was the atmosphere sat inside was not great, too light but appreciate that is personal...taste. The bill came to around 85e for a family of five with drinks.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed May 7, 2019

A family of 20 and everybody was satisfied, exellent service fun and very helpful as the menus were not in English :)

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed April 24, 2019 via mobile

We were a family of 15, everybody got something to their satisfaction. Very friendly staff and not pricey. Really nice place 👍👍👍 the asparagus was fantastic 🤩🤩🤩

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed March 6, 2019

We had the zamburiñas (scallops) in the shell, delicious, the chopitos salad, delicious, and several other dishes that we shared, and it was all excellent. Service was friendly and quick, and if the food is a little expensive (though the quality means it's really worth...it), the drinks were very reasonable. I was on cloud nine when we left.More

Date of visit: March 2019
Reviewed March 2, 2019

Delicious food and great service. Their selection of tapas and the quality of their products are exceptional. Very good wines and lively atmosphere. They give a modern twist to many traditional tapas but maintaining the essence of the flavors and respect of the product. They...also have some quite innovative proposals and interesting new combinations. Sitting at the bar is probably the best way to enjoy this place, although they also have tables and high tables if you want a more formal meal. Only problem ... they are too successful! and the locals know of its quality, so it might be difficult to find space or a table if you do not have a reservation.More

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed November 7, 2018 via mobile

Great service from english speaking waiter. Food,wine and beer were exceptional. Very near tourist information in centre of town. Highly recommended. First class all round

Date of visit: November 2018
Reviewed July 23, 2018

A very short review. I had the Tuna Sashimi and the steak tartar followed by the chocolate mouse - just incredible, my only criticism there was no pickled ginger with the sashimi. Great service, great atmosphere, fabulous food. A reservation is a must.

Date of visit: July 2018
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