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Don’t let the mountains of egg and beans fool you – there’s plenty of local cuisine to be had in Benidorm.
For delicious tapas, head to Calle Santo Domingo in the Old Town. There you’ll find clusters of atmospheric restaurants where you can dine out on the terrace with a glass of wine and soak up the atmosphere.
Close by, La Cava Aragonesa (Plaça de Constitució) is a popular choice, famed for its huge array of tapas served on wooden platters and over 600 varieties of wine.
While you’re eating Spanish cuisine, why not embrace the Spanish mood and eat like a local, who usually dine from 9pm onwards? You’ll find many locals in the popular Italian restaurants Duetto (Calle de Londres, 4) and Toscana (Calle Gerona, 3), tackling giant pizzas and luscious pasta dishes.
You’re holidaying by the sea, so it would be rude not to sample the fruits of the Mediterranean.
There are many reputable seafood restaurants to choose from, including Les Dunes Comodoro Hotel Restaurant (Avenida Madrid) on the Levante beachfront, which serves up humongous platters of paella, swordfish and other fishy delights. Its views out over the sea and Benidorm Island are spectacular.
For after-dinner drinking and dancing options, see our Benidorm nightlife page.