La Parilla De Cellar is located in the centre of the Old Town in Javea opposite ancient San Bartolome. If you are driving I'd recommend using the big underground car park in the centre - it's only a 3 minute walk from there. A typically modest sized restaurant in the Old Town, its theme reflects a time gone by with walls covered with pictures of the town and implements once used in farming the land. It's one of those restaurants you could walk by and think shall we/shant we, but you most definitely should. The owner Pepe is incredibly welcoming and has an enjoyable quirky sense of humour and speaks perfect English and he certainly makes your visit more interesting. We had lunch there and started with an excellent garlic bread brushed with garlic butter and toasted on the griddle. We then shared a mixed grill with a fab slection of meats again all cooked on the grill as were the mediteranean vegtables that came with it. We finished with a beautiful lemon sorbet which is a cross between ice cream and sorbet but hugely refreshing after a meat feast. Portion sizes are generous. There is a popular set menu, which provides a chance to try a wide range of different meats served on hot plates having been freshly cooked on a griddle behind the bar. At 20 euros per head which includes drinks and dessert is really great value in a comfortable, friendly setting. Dont miss it if you fancy a change from the Arenal or the Port.
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