La Manga Restaurants and Bars
Dining while staying at La Manga Club is an exquisite pleasure, with a dazzling array of restaurants, cafes and bars serving only the finest of food and drink. Below is a list of the resort’s top dining spots, as well as some excellent restaurants nearby for those who want to venture out a little further.
In order to avoid disappointment, reservations should be made at at least a day in advance.
Drop in to the Last Drop and you’re guaranteed a fantastic time with entertainment throughout the week. Full coverage of all the major football events on HD screens so you don’t have to worry about missing a match. You can eat all day, full breakfast, sandwich and main meal menus available. There’s also a wide range of beers wines and spirits, you’ll never go hungry or thirsty visiting The Last Drop at La Manga resort.
Amapola – meaning poppy in Spanish – is where you’ll find fine Mediterranean dining, in the stylish environment of the top restaurant at La Manga Club’s Hotel Príncipe Felipe. Relax in Amapola’s elegant surroundings for breakfast or lunch and savour the pleasant terrace or golf course views as you’re served mouth-watering dishes from around the region. The mood turns atmospheric at night, with low lighting and hushed tones creating a refined air that will make dinner an occasion to remember. Amapola has a magnificent lunchtime buffet on Sundays, complete with great live music.
Note: Amapola Restaurant’s dress code does not permit sportswear, including shorts, to be worn after 7pm.
This wonderful Mexican restaurant is a good choice for the family, with lots of great dishes to choose from. It’s just above the La Manga Club Tennis Centre, and has a delightfully authentic interior that’s full of Mexican boldness and colour. For those who prefer to dine alfresco, Andale has a large outdoor area where you can chill out and enjoy anything from fajitas to tequila and lots more.
Lovers of Asian cuisine will be in seventh heaven at La Manga Club’s Asia Restaurant. Top chefs will carefully create some of the vibrant region’s most beloved dishes, delivering a taste explosion that will leave you wanting more. The restaurant features an open kitchen and contemporary Asian décor, and you can dine outside during the summer months.
La Bodega is the perfect place to sample authentic Spanish tapas and explore the delights of the country’s amazing wines. Pure pleasure, every single time.
Perched on an outcrop by the beach in the resort’s own private cove, La Cala restaurant is simply stunning and must be tried at least once during your stay. You’ll enjoy the freshest of seafood and such Spanish classics as paella as you gaze out to the sparkling sea. Because this striking restaurant is open to the elements, it’s closed for part of the year.
If you fancy some pasta or pizza for lunch or dinner, you won’t do much better than Luigi’s in La Lomas Village. The surroundings are as authentic Italian as the food, and, for special occasions, you can hire a private dining room for your guests.
Uncle Sam’s is a true American diner, and is a great place to take the kids. The menu includes that all-American classic the burger, as well as ribs and chicken and incredible desserts that will perfectly round off any meal. The young ones, as well as older folk, will get a kick out of the diner’s excellent music and American memorabilia all along the walls.
All kinds of international fare is on the menu at El Bistro, a typical brasserie that will delight any diner. Located at Bellaluz Plaza, El Bistro is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, all year round. You can get that true continental feeling during the summer when you can dine out on the sunny pavement – just sit back, relax and watch the world stroll right by.
Everyone will love La Finca, where you’ll find world-class international cuisine and an extensive list of fine wines. The garden setting is as much an attraction as the menu, and if you’re making a reservation, ask if the best spot in the restaurant is available – in the gazebo beside the swimming pool. You never know your luck.
Quick and delicious – that’s Mr Chan’s Chinese restaurant in Las Lomas village all over. Whatever kind of Chinese food you favour, you’re sure to find it on the menu at Mr Chan’s – a hit with children and adults every time.
Patrons get a big pizza bang for their buck at Tom’s Pizza – they’re huge! This popular pizzeria is just off Bellaluz Square and is the ideal place for families seeking to quickly fill up on this tasty Italian staple.
Si – yes! – I’ll have another! Si Wine Bar, Cafe & Bistro is a fun place to hang out. The food and drink are top class, and incredible value too. Watch live sports while you dine – and children eat free from 5.30pm to 7pm. There’s great live entertainment at night and even a late bar, so you can stay up partying well into the early hours.
Los Molinos Pool Bar & Restaurant
Los Molinos Pool Bar & Restaurant is in Los Molinos and is open to all residents of La Manga Club. It’s also a great place to take the kids and offers a substantial tapas menu during the day and special barbecues in the evening. Not to be missed!
A dining experience like no other awaits at Victor’s, run by Victor himself – a long-time La Manga Club restaurateur who has put together an amazing menu featuring a wide range of international dishes. Victor’s is in the heart of the resort and guests can also enjoy Victor’s wine-paring selections that will make their evening even more special.