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Restaurante Jardin, La Zenia, Spain


Last week after passing Restaurante Jardin for the last six years we actually got round to venturing in. And we are so pleased we did, the only regret is that it's taken us six years to do so!

Located just off the Carretera de Villamartin roundabout near La Zenia's Mcdonalds and the Notary you'll find this gem of a restaurant.

With a varied mix of Sushi, rice and noodles, teriyaki dishes, Bangkok style ribs, crispy beef, garlic prawns, to name just a few, they also have more simple items such as chicken balls (nuggets), fried cheese, mushrooms - which are very tasty and potato wedges.

Even though Restaurante Jardin is an all you can eat buffet it is sit down table service, with a menu and your food is made to order. For €11.95 per person (€6.95 for children) we found it extremely good value for money.

We had such a mix and didn't really have anything in any particular order.

The dishes aren't huge, but still a decent size and I actually like them being mini portions as you can have a real taster of everything and then keep ordering your favourites again and again.

I am a big fan of Sushi so I was so pleased to see many of my favourites included in the buffet price, also with a Sushi chef making everything fresh as you order. (There are a few dishes that cost extra, but if they are something you want they won't break the bank). 










As you can see from the pictures I started off trying to take photos of our dishes, but then I gave up as the food was too good I just had to keep tucking in!

As I said earlier I can't believe it's taken us six years to try Restaurante Jardin in La Zenia. We've been twice now within the last ten days and both times were absolutely delicious. A little tip though, if you're planning on going for dinner, skip lunch that day and go with a hungry belly, if you're anything like us you won't want it to end! Don't forget to save room for dessert either. Enjoy!

x Heather

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