It’s not as spectacular nor as famous as Rio’s Copacabaña, but the Alicanti waterfront has an attraction of its own. It’s a place where lovers connect.
It’s a place where tourists gawk.
Our second night in Alicante we wandered down to the harbor to enjoy the sights. Come evening we scanned menus along the spectacular walk. We gave Tarantino a try. Spectacular! For 11.55 € we had Russian salad followed by onion soup,and salmon steak, finished off with some sort of chocolate cake/mousse. A bottle of vino tinto (Cabernet Sauvignon) was 8 € extra. We left feeling just fine.
We liked it so much, we paid another visit tonight. Only, this time I got the sea bass instead of the salmon.
This blog is proud to recommend Tarantino of Alicante. Give it a try the next time you’re in town.