Bar La Quinta
Calle de La Cruz Verde 20, 29400 Ronda Spain
Affordable, fast and cozy
The best place to eat anywhere in touristic places is where the local people eat. You will love to come back to La Quinta, because it's affordable, not to far from the tourist areas of Ronda and the excellent service. Our Spanish is rather poor, but the place have menus (1 for tapas, 1 for sandviches, 1 for main courses and 1 for dessert) translated and the service provided by Adriana and company will help you to mąkę good choice.Menu del dia - 2 plates from about 8 choices, a beverage and a dessert for just 9 Euros is less than in the "main" city and probably even better. You can also try tapas and decide which will be the next hero of your meal 🙂We will probably come here if we come back to Ronda.
We stopped here for a light lunch. The tapas were simple tasty and great value warm friendly service given to everyone. I speak a little Spanish so it was great to be served by someone so tolerant of my poor pronunciation. I would be back here next time I’m passing it was so good.
Charming, fast and priceworthy
We had todays lunch, and it was excellently made, served and enjoyed. Mainly spanish guests, making a charming atmosphere. Enjoy your lunch!
Very casual and nondescript bar/restaurant located not too far from the more popular tourist areas of Ronda. Our service was good despite the fact no english spoken. The menus are translated into english so that is helpful The menu card of the day for 9 Euros is a fantastic deal. You choose two plates from about eight choices, an alcoholic drink and a delicious dessert. The food is above average and many choices we haven't seen before. Mostly locals eating and drinking here.
Don't walk past this one!
We found this quite early in the evening and the atmosphere was so good we stayed until late, so late in fact I'm having a job to remember what the evening was like, albeit I know we had a great evening, perhaps the fact that it is the cheapest place I now know for Cointreau and Lemon...... The staff were exceptional in so much as they enjoyed having you (Tourists) in their bar/restaurant. The food was fine, not exceptional because it is of different cuts of meat (steak etc) but that said it was tasty, plentiful and very economically priced.
Great Value Tapas
Family visit after reading reviews on TripAdvisor. Not disappointed at all and, in fact, pleasantly surprised. Tapas great value and we particularly enjoyed the homemade Spanish meatballs and fried squid. Adriana was very friendly, patient and helpful.
Great food for great price
Deliscious food for great deal of money. Kind and quick service, good central location. If you want to try something local it is worth to visit this place. It has daily menu for a great price + varieties of tapas -we’ve tried both and everything was very tasty. Great price, great food+ wines. Absolutely recommend!
if you want a low-priced and delicious meal, I highly recommend it. You can order something like English breakfast, but as Spanish. You can also order traditional Spanish dishes. We were pleased to meet and serve
Great value for money, mom and pop type basic cafe. Top notch tapas, and drink, if you spend 30 euro you 'll be rammed with fresh food and drink for 2.
Very cheap. Fast food. Chicken raw (twice)
It was ok. Zero ambiance so you want to make that up with food which sadly was just ok.Really can’t understand the other high ranking reviews. It was very very cheap so it was good value. But not outstanding quality food.And watch the chicken - raw in the middle - we sent it back twice to be cooked through. Hate to think what would have happened had my 11 year old daughter eaten raw chicken halfway through the holiday.Lots of chips. Lots of fried options.Very cheap.I liken it to good fast food.Skip it as there has to be better options.
A true local place
Cheap and good tapas. A place preferred by the locals, and yet, the menus are also in english. No outside seating, but the inside is airconditioned.
Look in the side steets to eat
We always look in the side streets to find good local restaurants & this was one. A quaint local café with simple but delicious food choices. We speak a little Spanish & that helped but staff willing & patient with our order. The best part was the price for good food as you didn’t feel ripped off! The menu of the day was fantastic.
A taste of old Spain
Great local restaurant. Ridiculously cheap prices especially for the 'menu del dia'. Good selection of local wines at reasonable prices. Some tourists who read Trip Advisor but mainly locals. Helps to speak some 'restaurant Spanish but staff have enough English to explain menu. Basic honest and typical Spanish meals as eaten by normal Spaniards.Ignore the ratings my phone can only record terrible for some reason.
Good food at very reasonable prices
We were walking around on this chilly, rainy afternoon waiting for the restaurants to open for dinner, when we came upon La Quinta, which surprisingly is open all day long. This is much more than a “bar”. There’s a variety of tapas at 1€ - 3€, sandwiches, and three course meals of the day for 8,50€. The menu is also in English and Adriana speaks it as well. If you’re looking for a romantic place with ambiance, this isn’t it; but if you’re looking for good food at very reasonable prices, you won’t be disappointed.
Breakfast/dinner at Ronda
good local place to eat. Adriana - was a great waitress. We liked it there. Ate dinner, and ended up coming in am for breakfast.
Local bar/cafe, well cooked food at excellent price
We found this place down a side street by chance, mainly local families in there, and chose the menu del dia; it was amazing value, three courses each with bread and wine for 8.5 euros. I had asparagus soup to start, very tasty, followed by a delicious beef stew, vegetables & chips and crime caramel. The service was quick and friendly.
Very affordable local’s hangout
After a fairly long day on the train I was ready for some food and entertainment. The entertainment started immediately upon entering this establishment, in the form of a group of local old-timers loudly debating everything from politics to sport. With a hilarious sense of humour, honest friendship, and mutual respect. Had some wine and a couple of excellent tapas, followed by a plate of the local speciality, braised oxtail. (Rabo de Toro). It was all good. The restaurant offers an extensive selection of tapas, sandwiches, salads, mains (both meat and seafood), and a menu del dia (E8.50). The clientele, except for yours truly, was exclusively local, but I felt totally welcomed. The service is friendly and casual, and items ordered are brought promptly. Easy to find, less than a block from the pedestrian street, Carrer Espinel, at Calle de la Cruz Verde 20. Expect to pay between 12/15 euro per person for menu del dia, or a few tapas, including beer or wine, tax and tip. Add up to 10 Euros for a main a la carte item.
Food for feeling good
Here you Will have well cooked meals with enough booth of vegetables and meat for a reasonable price. I did eat today’s menu for a whole week. Perfect if you hungry after a day on bike or feet in the mountains.
Bueno y barato
We walked in and the place was full of locals. The have a menu of the day or tapas. We went for tapas and they're all between 1 and 2€. Great deal. Good food and great prices!
Nice little cafe with good food and good prices. I particularly enjoyed the tapas like Carne en Salsa Moruna and Solomillo de Cerdo con Salsa.The staff is efficient and friendly. This cafe seems to be popular with locals.