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We have just visited a new restaurant in Javea, opposite the well known Mesena restaurant, telephone 96 579 3764, which has good food and great service.

The new Bon Amb, visited in September, 2011. It was a real disappointing night, very expensive food that wasn’t worth the prices asked. I don’t like to report on negative venue’s, as they have spent a lot of money on the property and the gardens. They just have not got the food right, which is why we went there after all, a real shame.

We were tempted to try it for a second time, in April 2012.

Bon Amb is expensive, and the portions are small, but the presentation, the flavours, the ambience and service are all outstanding. There is an excellent wine cellar.

They have set out to make this a top class venue, and they have so far succeeded. It will not appeal to everybody’s palate or their wallet.

Carretera de Benitachell 100, JAVEA

Tel: 965 084 440

Email: reservas@bonamb.com

Visited April, 2012

Image by Omar Franco

Posted by: Steve Nott on Monday 3rd October 2011

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Sue Bartlett said:

<p>We had a very good Sunday lunch at Restaurante Las Brisas de Javea on the Jesus Probre/La Xara Road. Nice position at the foot of the Montgo mountain.We felt good value.</p>

Posted on Saturday 28th October at 16:46:00

Stephen Nott said:

<p>Hi Sue, Las Brisas in Javea is a very good restaurant, I agree. They have a special Friday menu with an entertaining quiz, if you are into that type of afternoon. Tel: 96 579 47 09. Book early for their Xmas and New Year events. Regards, Steve</p>

Posted on Sunday 29th October at 17:46:00

Iain Jubbs said:

<p>fter living in Spain for 6 years I do miss typical english cooking and also miss those English sandwich bars that are quick tasteful with bread that ?does not rip your mouth open? Well I despair no more after visiting Los Delfines Tea Rooms in the Javea Port Market on the Dolphin roundabout. Johann will make you feel welcome with her sensibly priced home made food such as honey roast ham, stews, rice pudding, lemon drizzle cake, scones, etc The food is served from an open kitchen and to see such cleanliness was a real vote of confidence. Try it you won?t be dissapointed.</p>

Posted on Wednesday 29th November at 17:47:00

David Murdoch said:

<p>A really good value restaurant if you want something better than the basic menu del dia fare. The Friday quiz is thoroughly entertaining and great fun. Brush up on your general knowledge though as Mark, the host, is a serious source of little known facts!</p>

Posted on Thursday 22nd February at 17:48:00

Gary Funnell said:

<p>If you love shellfish you&#8217;ll love Aitaynah just off Marquis de Campo in Denia. The prawns are without doubt the best in the area, in fact Chimo never buys or sells anything frozen all of his produce comes directly from the fish market in Denia everyday. It is very unlikely that you will find any British in this bar as it is a well kept Spanish secret, but the mussels, prawns, cockels and fish is a delight. The bar is not fancy but the food is the best.</p>

Posted on Tuesday 13th March at 17:48:00

Said said:

<p>Nice site.</p>

Posted on Friday 8th June at 16:49:00

Louise said:

<p>just arrived back from javea an thought it was beautiful best part of spain by miles.loved aqua the best in arenal but dint have a bad meal anywhere also scallops is fab for english breakfast at at1.95 euros not worth cooking.</p>

Posted on Sunday 10th June at 16:49:00

Paula Vincent said:

<p>We have visited Javea 3 times and always go back to Scallops, however Charlies bar and grill (above Scallops) provides excellent food, the Cajun Chicken was delicious. Also, a very friendly service is provided. We always needed a table for 10 and it was no trouble. Also, I&#8217;d like to mention the English Bakery which does a lovely proper breakfast, just like home. I love Javea and will kep going back!!</p>

Posted on Monday 13th August at 16:49:00

Steve said:

<p>We have just visited a new restaurant in Javea, opposite the well known Mesena restaurant, which has good food and great service. The new Bon Amb for us was a real disappointing night, very expensive, food that wasn&#8217;t worth the prices asked and I don&#8217;t like to report on these negative venue&#8217;s, as they have spent a lot of money on the property. They just have not got the food right, which is why we went there after all, a real shame.</p>

Posted on Monday 3rd October at 12:53:00

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