Don Julián Gastrobar

Calle Marbella, 41 29640 Fuengirola Spain Map
Average price €22.00
8,9 /10
47 reviews
198 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€22.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €2.00
    Half bottle of mineral water
  • €2.00
    Glass of wine
  • €9.00
    Bottle of wine
  • €1.10
    Coffee
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Don Julián Gastrobar

Opening time

Comida: de 11:00 a 15:30 (excepto lunes)
Cena: de 16:00 a 23:00 (excepto lunes)

Services

  • Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Air-conditioning , Bar , English spoken , French spoken , Wheelchair Accessible , Wifi
Fabulous
8,9 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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    19
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    2
Food
9,1
Service
8,8
Setting
8,6
Value for price
Interesting
Noise level
Moderate
Waiting time
Fast
3/47 reviews
Colin M.
(1 review)
Average Rating
9,5 /10
Food
10
Service
8
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 16 Oct 2019
We really enjoyed our meal. We sat outside and the atmosphere was good. Inside tables also looked good. Food and service were both excellent. We Had Tapas and would really recommend the Brava potatoes and pulled pork with coleslaw- delicious. We will be back!
Jerry K.
(1 review)
Average Rating
7 /10
Food
8
Service
6
Setting
6
  • Meal date : 1 Oct 2019
We had our table outside as requested. Furniture, tables and tablecloth were charcoal - the change of tablecloth color could help a lot. I visited the interior too and it was much better. Our waiter could not speak English but a little German so we got our big gintonics, entrecotes with pepper sauce and Protos Grianza wine. The meat and wine was good but the sauce felt purchased from a store without any rose or green peppers. 8/10
Aimee M.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
10 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 13 Aug 2019
We ate here 13th August 19, on route to the restaurant everywhere was very touristy, bars with the football on, cheap meals and food but we were desperate for something authentic. We were so glad we found this place... Local Spanish people eating outside. Nice and quiet definitely authentic.
We shared a couple of tapas dishes to start patatas bravas and homemade ham croquettes - both of these we could have eaten all night.
We shared a paella for mains which was very nice and sangria for drinks. We felt in the heart of Spain, much better then being surrounded by loud, busy tourists. The waiter we had was very charming and welcoming.
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