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Gibraltar offers a fabulous mix of Spanish, French, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Lebanese, Chinese, Moroccan, Vietnamese, Thai as well as traditional pub grub and Sunday roasts. If you’re a foodie, you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice during your stay!

There is an abundance of eateries all along the pedestrianized Main Street leading off into the pubs of Irish Town and up into the al-fresco cafes in Casemates. For those with a sweet tooth, try the deliciously creamy ice-cream in a wafer cone with chocolate flake at Hotel Chocolat (Main Street) which at £5 a pop is a little on the pricey side but definitely worth it! For the health conscious, try the house salad at Café Solo in the middle of Casemates Square. It’s a huge portion enough for two to share and features deliciously sweet dates and their house dressing which makes it that bit more special. Do try their cheesy garlic bread!

One of the longest established restaurants is Biancas in Marina Bay. The beef medallions in a rich red wine sauce are sublime; the sticky BBQ ribs are very popular as is the fried fish with very fat chips! Dip soft bread rolls into the sizzling hot gambas pil pil…you won’t regret it! Do be warned, however, that Biancas does charge you £1 for plain hot water, even if you are drinking it with your meal.

For a special night out, there is La Sala and the Barbary Restaurant, both on board the luxury, floating Sunborn Yacht Hotel. For guests of the hotel, there are regular dining offers including discounts and a bottle of house wine so look out for these. Afternoon cream tea at the iconic Rock Hotel is ever popular but, in our tried and tested opinion, the most delicious afternoon tea is to be found at the Caleta Hotel. Freshly baked scones and finger sandwiches along with teacakes and pastries with tea or coffee are priced at £9 (correct at time of publishing). Very generous with their portion size too.

And if you're looking for as one diner of the establishment put it, 'a party in your mouth', delicious cocktails at Gibraltar's best looking bar made with precision by their in-house mixologists and excellent, friendly service by waiting staff who know their menu and regular live entertainment, then look no further than Little Bay Bar & Restaurant located on the Marina in Ocean Village (www.littlebay.gi). This beautiful, contemporary venue with views of the yachts on one side and Ocean Village on the other, features an extensive menu with fabulously varied options for vegetarians, vegans as well as gluten and dairy free. Dishes such as the curried lobster served in its shell on a bed of sautéed, spiced potatoes, the tandoori king salmon fillet served on pan-fried aubergines, the delicately fragrant coconut fish curry, the authentic palak paneer, the melt in the mouth malai chicken tikka, the tandoori lamb chops and the fluffiest naan breads this side of Europe are expertly prepared by a team of six chefs hailing from North India. We could go on singing the praises of Little Bay’s mouthwatering cuisine but we’ll let you discover the rest for yourself. Be sure to make a reservation (T: 00350 200 40971 or email info@littlebay.gi) as it is almost always fully booked with locals, tourists and those as far away as Valencia having driven hours just for the chance of dinner at Little Bay.