If you want scenery the La Luna is a place. Overlooking Gibraltar and the harbour.
If you want good service it is ok. Although, and I don’t usually say this, you would think that being literally steps away from a British protectorate the waiters would be a little more fluent in English.
To the food. I had the entrecôte which was cooked perfectly, but was not the best cut of steak I’ve ever had. I think it was rib eye, but tough like blade. A good portion and reasonably priced at 16 Euro. Fries were good.
My wife however, had the lamb chops. There was lots of stuff that looked like meat, but it was almost entirely fat. We have lamb all the time, but this looked like the chef had eaten all the good parts and left the fat for the customer-really. She complained and was offered another meal but by then it was too late. We were not comped the meal but were given 4 limoncellos and 4 little ice cream bars.
Another person in our party had the swordfish. She enjoyed it (and she is a rather particular eater).
Last was the pork tenderloin which was also given good marks.
The Sangria was one if the better ones we had, but was only available as a liter, which was problematic because everyone except me had had enough sangria on this trip, and wanted other beverages.
Lastly the Caesar salad. It was not a caesar salad that we in North America would recognize, but it was huge and tasty. Iceberg lettuce with cherry tomatoes, raisins olives, croutons and I think a ranch dressing. One serving could serve 3-4 as an appetizer.
Oh, and they just bring bread(which was fresh and included butter!) but they add 1 Euro per person to the bill. It wasn’t that good.
Dinner for 4 was 105 Euro.