'The Rock Bastion Restaurant & Cafeteria situated on the ground floor of the Leisure Centre, with easy access from the esplanade, opens everyday from 8.30am offering customers a choice of beverages, snacks, and a la carte meal. A great choice if you are looking for a deliecious, yet affordable meal. We welcome you and all the family to enjoy quality dishes made from the freshest ingredients. During the winter months we offer the traditional Sunday Roast served with all the trimmings. In the summer time we open our terrace BBQ Buffet, offering live entertainment. We also cater for functions such as anniversaries, corporate events, buffets, kid's party packages and sit down dinners. Check out our website or contact us if you require any further information. We can tailor any menu to suit your occasion.'
Positioned in the Centre of town, within easy access from Queensway or Line Wall Road. We are open 7 days a week from 10.00am to midnight(closed Friday and Christmas Day).
Tel: 00 350 20070625.Situated in Irish Town,the 'old commercial street' of Gibraltar,the cafe/restuarant occupies the warehouse part of an early 19th Century Merchant's House.
Reknowned for its locally freshly roasted coffees there is always a busy atmosphere. It has a varied lunch menu,featuring an excellent salad bar(with quiches),specials of the day and dishes such as steak and mushroom guinness pie,hot chicken salad and various pasta dishes.
Homemade cakes/afternoon tea bring the day to a close.
There is always an art exhibition on display.
Average Lunch price 'Main course and dessert for two £10-£13'
Sacarello's also has a Snack menu available in the Shop from 12.00 to 15.30.
Inspired by the cuisine of the sea it overlooks, Nuno’s A La Carte Italian Restaurant specialising in homemade pastas, bread and desserts is a popular lunchtime venue with professionals, it is above all a romantic setting at night. Naturally, the stunning views of the Mediterranean add greatly to the ambience, but the décor contributes to a stylish atmosphere complemented by fine food, considerate service and good value.
With stunning views over the bay, the restaurant at the Rock Hotel is now pleased to report that it has gained two coveted AA Rosettes for its food. You will find high standards of service and cuisine at the Rock as well as probably the finest views encompassing the Bay of Gibraltar, the Spanish hinterland and the Rif Mountains of Morocco.
A chilled glass of Manzanilla and an appetiser still welcomes diners and the ‘house’ and à la carte menus offer a range of dishes that reflect Gibraltar’s British heritage, as well as her geographical location betwixt Spain and north Africa.
Current à la carte temptations include a starter of Hand Dived Scallops with Iberian Ham or Quail Breasts flamed with Chartreuse with a Confit of Red Onion and Globe Artichoke. Main courses to tempt include Cannon of Lamb crusted with Provencal Herbs with a Peppered Swede Bavarois and Rosemary Jus or whynot Poached Fillet of Turbot with Braised Fennel and Avruga Caviar Velouté. Vegetarians will enjoy Thyme Baked Goats’ Cheese in Filo Pastry with Lentil Salsa or for pudding why not consider Hot Raspberry and White Chocolate Soufflé or Lime Leaf Crème Brûlée with a Salad of Blackberry and Moroccan Orange.
The ‘house menu’ is a three-course affair which changes daily, taking full advantage of what the markets have to offer and during the cooler months traditional Sunday lunch is still one of the best experiences on the Rock and is enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike.
The wine list, which is unpretentious and accessibly written, makes no excuses for majoring on some of the excellent wines that are coming from Spain at the moment. Likewise, the house wines are excellent and keenly priced.
The room is fully air-conditioned and there is a total non-smoking policy. Children are, of course, welcome and high-chairs are available. Restaurant Manager, Mohamed Youznassi and Head Chef, Alfred Rodriguez have worked hard to gain at first one and now two AA Rosettes and they are ready to welcome you to one of Gibraltar’s finest dining experiences.
For those of you who prefer a less formal environment there is the Barbary Bar and Wisteria Terrace menu which offers a choice of simpler ‘bistro’ style food as well as tapas, sandwiches and baguettes. A speciality of the Barbary Bar is its fondue menu. This is a stylish and sociable way of eating informally with family and friends and is proving to be very popular. There are cheese, meat and vegetable tempura fondues to be had to be followed (or enjoyed singularly) by a wicked chocolate fondue with marshmallow, baby doughnuts and banana slices!!
Why not try it? It’s a tough job but somebody has to!
TOP OF THE ROCK SNACK BAR
Cable Car Top Station complex. Cable Car Open Times - 9.30 to 19.15 - 7 Days a week. Last cable car down 19.45 except 1st Nov to 31st March 09.30 - 17.15. Last Cable Car down at 17.45. The Cable Car runs continuously through the dat approx every 10 minutesThe Cable Car is the best way to the “Top of the Rock” and a must-see attraction for all visitors to Gibraltar especially if they want to meet the famous Barbary Apes. Located within the air conditioned indoor viewing area is the Top of the Rock Snack Bar where visitors can enjoy a bit to eat whilst enjoying the spectacular views.
Casa Pepe, Unit 18, Queensway Quay Marina, Gibraltar
Tel: (350) 200 46967
IC CENTRE - Tel: (350) 200 48014
Brighten up your day with a visit to a cheerful and friendly Just Desserts on the first floor of the IC Centre. They serve home made food including all day breakfasts, roast of the day, pensioners' lunches and as the name suggests spectacular and delicious desserts. Open from breakfast time to 15.00. Fully licensed.