I’ll start this post by making a very bold statement – If you’re in Nerja, you simply cannot not go here. In other words, you would be crazy to miss out on the experience of dining at Restaurant 34. And that’s exactly what it is – an experience. From the second you step into Restaurant 34, you know that you are in a place of sheer luxury. No matter how many times I have been here, each time I am still taken back by it’s decadence and opulence. Nerja has no shortage of beautiful restaurants from quaint, authentic tapas bars to more modernised ones but this place tops them all, every single time. Having been here before and coming on holidays with another nine ladies, I just knew I had to bring them here. I was so sure that they would love it as much as me that I went ahead and booked the restaurant three months in advance. View Post
Hope you’re all having a lovely Sunday! I mentioned in my San Fran post that along with all of the hundred and one things there are to do there, there are also a hundred and one AMAZING places to eat. Seriously, I’ve never eaten so much in my life!! One of the best places we went (and we ate out everyday for 14 days) was most definitely Kate’s Kitchen. If you’re brunching in San Fran, then this is the place for you! View Post
I hope you all had a great weekend! Mine was one of the best I’ve had in ages. On Saturday I went to the Ireland V Wales rugby match in Dublin, thanks again to Foley’s Hop House for the tickets! On Sunday, I attended the press launch of the Campo Viejo Tapas Trail. If you know me, then you’ll know about my undying (and a little excessive) love for all things wine and food related so when I heard the words “Tapas Trail” alone, I was sold.
The trail is organised by Spanish winemaker’s, Campo Viejo. They have ran these trails in Dublin and Cork for a few years but this year is the first time they have brought the trail to Galway. With all the Spanish connections and roots that Galway has, it only made sense for them to bring it here next. View Post
Hey guys and girls! As some of you might know from my other social media channels, I was away on holidays the week before last. I’ve already blogged about what I got up to during the day time over there and if you missed it, you can check it out here. For this post though I’m going to be focusing on what we did and where we went in the evenings and at night! View Post
Nerja, like most small Spanish towns, has it’s fair share of gorgeous restaurants and bars but none can top Restaurant 34. It’s that good. The restaurant is located on the ground floor of the stunning boutique hotel. Everything about it is perfect, from the food to the decor to it’s view.