L'Almacera restaurant

This wasn’t just a good Sunday lunch out, this was excellent! Situated in Teulada, just off the last roundabout at the bottom of the dual-carriageway. We were welcomed by Elaine, I think that was her name? It was soon obvious that the menu was suitable for all Sunday lunch fans, as we all are. I choose the seafood cocktail and roast pork with apple sauce and stuffing, also crackling. Our friends had pate and the roast beef and yorkshire pudding. Salmon was also on the menu, which was nice for our non-meat eating ladies.

L'Almacera Restaurant

The food was very well presented and tasted excellent. Colin the chef, has many years behind him in the catering world and it shows.


Selection of freshly made soups

Melon with Serrano Ham and Citrus Fruits

Tropical Seafood Cocktail

Sesame Fried Brie Cheese

Polish Style Duck and Chicken Liver Pate

L’Almacera mixed salad with avocado

Main Courses

Roast sirloin of beef and Yorkshire pudding

Braised shoulder of lamb a la provencale

Homemade Steak Pie with venison & kidneys testing the update

Breast of chicken filled with tropical fruit with tikka masala sauce

Roast leg of Pork with apple sauce and stuffing

Fillet of Fresh Salmon filled with smoked salmon on a shrimp and brandy cream sauce


L’Almaceras summer fruits sherry trifle

Home made cream cheese cake

Coffee Ice cream with meringue and baileys sauce

Sticky toffee pudding with caramel custard sauce

Lemon Sorbet with apricots cooked in Cointreau


3 Course menu 14.95 Euros

2 Course menu 11.95 Euros

1 Course Menu 9.95 Euros

Price includes a glass of wine, beer or soft drink

Colin & Elaine, our hosts. They made us very welcome and a good laugh was had by all.

22nd, November, Saturday Night, 2008. Well worth a visit, we are all going!!

The voice of David " followed by ’ Barry the Comedian ’ And finishing off with ’The voice of David

All the sweets looked really good and they tasted wonderful. Just like Mum’s cooking!

L’Almacerda Cami Benirix, Teulada Telephone 96 574 12 14 For resevations.

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