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Orange Colom is 10 minutes' walk from the nearest beach. You'll walk past several low price eateries from the beach but if you're looking for something a bit better than pizza and cheap food it's worth the effort to walk there.
Didn’t turn up until late but was lucky enough to still be served. Had a delicious meal and the best brandy I have had since I have arrived. The waiter Oliver was very friendly and helpful and made us feel very welcome. Would definitely recommend...a visitMore
We have just had a meal at a two michellen star in England. The meal we had here far far surpassed the English. The food and service are exceptional and would highly recommend. We will be going again next time we stay in Porto colom.
Nice staff and great view. We came at around 6 p.m. and we were the first to arrive. They had a lot of food on the menu, from soup and hamburger to fish and pasta. We ordered veggie burger and salmon baguet, both with salad...on the side. The bread was a bit tough and the «salad» consisted of one small tomato and two lettuce leaves. Besides that, it was very tasty. Recommended!More
We dined here on our first night in Portocolom, and were initially shocked they didn't offer any wine, but the Piña Colada (the best in Portocolom) and pint of Estrella more than made up for it.
We ordered 5 dishes for our tapas: glass bread...with Serrano ham, stuffed peppers, teryaki beef skewers, chilli chicken skewers, meatballs, and fried chorizo and pine nuts.
Our stuffed peppers got lost on the order and we ended up with fried peppers, which were also tasty; the two skewers dishes were quite bland and the sauces that came with it (you can choose one for each dish from a choice of four) were wrong, but were also tasty nonetheless; the chorizo and pine nuts were delicious; glass bread and Serrano ham tasted as expected; and the meatballs were seasoned well with a nice sauce.
Service, on the whole, was good, although we were left waiting without menus for a while and once we were ready to order we were left waiting further. Food came out in decent time. (It didn't help we were the only table sat outside but they put us there).
For dessert we had almond cake with 'his'(?) ice cream, and a sort of orange brûlée dish. The former was dry and bland but the latter was lovely.
All in all, a good meal; staff were friendly and attentive, and the views were excellent.More