A world of flavors in Puerto Portals

Excellent Mediterranean, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, French or Indian food, among others, can be sampled in our restaurants.

Creative, quality gastronomy is one of the symbols of Puerto Portals. And it is delightful indeed to have lunch and dinner on the terraces of the restaurants here, with relaxing views of the yachts and the sea.

At Baiben, the restaurant of the chef with two Michelin stars, Fernando Pérez Arellano, the delicate international fusion food on the menu contains proposals as delicious as the almojábanas from Colombia, the raw beef kibbeb from Lebanon or the pastela from Morocco.

Afterwards, we can travel to Japan under the guidance of Tahini Sushi Bar & Restaurant, probably one of the best Japanese restaurants on the island, or try the sushi and other specialities of Lucy Wang. Or to China, with the traditional and attentive Chinese Victory, stopping off for some Indian cuisine at Mahal Tandoori, where one of the specialities is notable, the butter chicken.

The Mediterranean Flanigan is a veritable icon of the port, with delicious market- fresh food and star dishes like the ‘pelao’ lobster, potatoes and free-range eggs or the apple pie with vanilla ice cream. In the classic Wellies, now owned by Grupo Cappuccino, it is best not to miss out on the famous Wellies burger.

If you feel like authentic Italian food, Puerto Portals is the perfect place as there areseveral options, starting with Ritzi and its exquisite menu with influences from other places in the Mediterranean. Also outstanding are the dishes of La Concha or the authentic pizzas of Lollo Rosso.

Another good pizzeria option is the famous Diablito, which also has other dishes on the menu with references to other places around the world. This would be the case of the Ras al Hanout chicken burritos, inspired by Persian cuisine, the red quinoa with an Asian touch or the black pasta with teriyaki salmon.

The establishments serving fusion food are Spoon, with recipes from Asia and the Mediterranean, or Le Socrate, with Asian and Lebanese cuisine like the delicious Samaké Harra.

As well as serving exquisite coffees and cocktails, Cappuccino Grand Café has a delicious menu of international cuisine with assorted dishes ranging from a kale salad to noodles, sandwiches or fish & chips, among others.