We always look forward to visiting Conrad’s and introducing our friends to this consistently good eatery. Chef Renée and Maitre D’ Sabina’s lunch time formula of ‘Value with Quality’ is well known. A three course 17€ menu (dishes at a supplement are available) that gives choice of seven starters and nine mains, from which we selected Salmon Sashimi Sesame with a Gochujang sauce, Gravalax and Avocado with Yoghurt, Goats Cheese Salad with apricots and a Foie Gras Terrine and Fruit with Crostini. to begin with. Our mains were Teriyaki Breast of Chicken with Taboulé and Mango Pepper Sauce, Crispy Oven cooked Duck, and Wiener Schnitzel. We shared desserts of a Chocolate Fondant with Ice Cream and Mango Ice Cream. In taste, quality, texture, and quantity all of the dishes that Renée produced left nothing to be desired. The service was exemplary.
Conrad’s can be found in Avda. Del Prado in Nueva Andalucía just before Aloha Gardens, and it has its own private car park. When needs must, you find out all sorts of things about a restaurant that we thought we knew well, but one of our party of four was wheelchair bound and there are a dozen steps to gain access through the front door. The car park man came to the rescue, gets into the car and takes us to the back entrance which is in Calle de las Torres (the road behind the restaurant which starts by Masala restaurant) in 200m. with no sign indicating it is Conrad’s, look out for a Galvanized chimney where there is a single short term parking place to disembark the wheelchair. For dinner they have an A la carte menu. They open for Lunch and Dinner Monday to Friday and for dinner only on Saturday and their day of rest is Sunday. Lunch time Booking is essential
Bishlin Guide rating out of 5 Ambience:5 Food:5 Menu:4 Service:5 Value:5 O/A:5
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