This branch was located in the commercial shopping centre in Fuengirola. It was easily accessible throughout the afternoon, but as we found like most restaurants in the south of Spain, it doesn’t open until after 12 pm.
Well if you love bread, fried food and having a chance to eat a small bit of everything, then you will love this place. I could have eaten here every day and probably not of tried everything on the extensive menu of mini dishes.
Oooo and they were good, don’t get me wrong it is a fast food restaurant and the food quality does come in line with that, but it was a complete novelty to get little buffet versions of everyday food.
Value for Money
We went here a few times, and every time it was because they had their ‘euromania’ promotion. This happens every Wednesday and Sunday and not of the dishes on the menu are reduced to a euro each. There are a few exceptions such as beer and salad are a little extra.
But for both of us to eat a decent lunch, it came to around 12 to 15 Euros. Not bad and an average price for fast food in commercial shopping centres.
This is a fast food restaurant and has a similar atmosphere to match, but the quirky thing I liked about this place is the way an order is placed and dealt with.
First, you scour the menu and write down the items you want into the right category on the pad stored on the table. As the menu is in Spanish, we used our fancy app on Lee’s phone to convert the text into English. Then you take the slip of paper to the tills and give them a name to call when parts of your order are ready. It was so funny as it seems the Spanish can’t pronounce ‘lee’ so well and kept calling ‘la’, I giggled every time.
You don’t get everything at once so be prepared to stagger your eating.