There are so many, and new ones are opening all the time.
This list is just of those we know well, and recommend, but there are many we haven't visited yet, and many inland in towns like Alhama de Murcia, Totana, and Lorca have good places to eat – To name just three of the alternatives.
Cafeteria-Restaurante 'Club de Regatas' in El Puerto de Mazarron.
New Restaurant opened by the Taberna owners in the port yacht club
Fantastic location and menu, this must be tried!! Google map. coordinates 37.556607,-1.274924
Borabora at El Puerto de Mazarron.
Google map. coordinates 37.56154,-1.290506
On the road coming out of the port towards Bolnuevo on right hand side. Ample free parking.
Live acts, including Saturday lunchtimes. Great food including Sunday lunches at great prices.
Check out their Facebook page for details https://www.facebook.com/boraboramazarron?fref=ts
Bistro Bulgaria on Camposol B.
Well, there are so many ……..
All good, and I guess we all have favourites.
Our current favourites are Pekin 5, and Pekin 2. But a new one has just opened in the Port, and another new one in Bolnuevo. The new one in the Port, Da Fu Hau, is particularly good.
Menu for 4 people, between 40 euros and 80 euros depending on your favourite selection.
There are two Indian restaurants in the port, but we think they are over-priced at about twice the cost of a Chinese.
There is now a very good Indian Restaurant on Camposol sector A. The food is good, very well presented and it is worth a visit. Very popular at the present time.
The Market Tavern.
English run and English menu.
Giant breakfasts, Cod and chips (Huge), Steak pies, Treacle puds. That sort of thing.
Best to book if you want the cod, and say you want the cod at the time you make the booking.
Great Sunday Lunches too.
Phone 968 154 588
Casa del Mar.
Very Spanish fish restaurant.
If you like fish – go here, and the Turbot is excellent.
Find it on the end of the Harbour car park.
But there are so many more. Exploring them all is great fun even if you make the occasional mistake.
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