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An imaginative menu, dishes beautifully presented.
Impeccable service from waiter who was very knowledgeable about the wines.
We ate here twice during our two week holiday and will return again next year.
This restaurant is split into two sides - one side being Casito Mediterraneo and the other being Bolero. We booked to eat in the 'Casito' side as this is the better decorated and more inviting of the two. On arrival we were placed in the...other, rather drab, side. The food was very good but the whole meal was rushed as though the table was required for the next sitting. On completion of the meal we asked why we had been seated where we were and the reply from the waiter was rude "you should consider yourself lucky to have been given a table at all as there's always a waiting list!" This attitude is not acceptable and will deter people from second visits.More
Date of visit: December 2021
christianeschuemann, Inhaber at Casito Mediterraneo, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago
Guten Tag Alvin,
wir bedanken uns für ihre offene und tatsächlich verdiente Kritik nach ihrem Besuch bei uns.
We had a lovely meal along with friendly service at a reasonable price
The food was fresh nicely presented and above all extremely tasty we had a good bottle of wine to compliment the food I would definitely visit again and recommend without hesitation
We haven’t been here for a couple of years, but this fabulous restaurant retains its charm. The food is wonderful. Tonight, my husband and I had the grilled fish, with a sauce that was not too cloying, but just right. We also had the panna...cotta between us, with a sorbet. To die for!
Booking is essential however, but worth it. Thank you so much for another brilliant dining experience.More
We liked Casita Meditteraneo so much that we ate there twice during our week
in Puerto Mogan. The restaurant is set in the quieter end of the marina and occupies two frontages. We were attracted by the unusual dishes on offer on the menu and...the excellent provision for vegetarians and vegans and it certainly didn’t disappoint. The food is imaginatively and beautifully presented, using lots of home grown fruits, vegetables and unusual herbs. Over the two meals we enjoyed the Veggie Burger (beetroot based), the Polenta dish, Lobster soup, Seafood Paella, a creme brûlée and a praline and cherry ice cream. All the dishes were really tasty and generously portioned. Drinks included a Hugo spritz with mint and lime and a good selection of Canarian wine.
Definitely worth a try if you’re in this lovely resort.More
We bought into the marketing of being different, well it was different it was dreadful , after so many great meals it was as such a shame to find a restaurant with such tasteless over cooked food from the frozen prawn starter to the dry...main course, service was rubbish. Do yourself a favour and try another restaurantMore
Date of visit: November 2021
christianeschuemann, Geschäftsführer at Casito Mediterraneo, responded to this reviewResponded November 18, 2021
Dear Mr. Edwards
We always have an open ear for constructive and direct criticism of any art, and it is legendary to react accordingly.
Your form of expression that evening is reflected in your Tripadvisor rating.
Let's see the visit from the positive side.
Lovely restaurant. Good service and great quality food. Amongst the top here. Different ? Well, not on our visit, but no bad thing. Starters ok but pig cheek mains were fab. Pino Noir to wash down was a good combo. Worth a visit.
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Puerto de Mogan. The location is front row in the harbor. I would characterize it as an upscale family run restaurant in terms of the ambiance, the quality of the food and it’s presentation with a friendly...service. If you want to splurge on a meal during your holiday, do it here!
At the moment (November 2021) they are open for dinner service in the evenings. Saturday is their day off. Lunch is only offered on Fridays.
Their sea bass main dish is iconic! The perfect starter is the espresso serving of their lobster soup. The Canarian Malvasi white wine is the perfect pairing. During this visit I also got charmed by my waiter (the owner’s son) to order creme brûlée for dessert.
This restaurant is popular for a reason, make a reservation as you cannot expect to walk in without one.More