Take Away and Home Deliveries By The Best Restaurants in Sotogrande

Spring is coming, and with the better weather, where else would you rather be than Sotogrande?

Clearly, we are living through difficult times – it is not every generation who get to say they’ve lived through a pandemic! The impact on our businesses has been tremendous. However, as ever, there are silver linings.

Sotogrande has so much to offer that even a simple walk along the canals or through the old and new ports lifts the spirits. Once out, it is always a pleasure to sit in the sunshine and meet friends or people watch and now and again it’s good to take a break from home cooked food and treat ourselves to something special.

If walking around the old port, it’s important not to forget the Octagono beach club. When allowed to open, it does a wonderful menú del día as well as its A La Carte selection.

In lockdown some restaurants such as Midas have taken advantage of the season and the legislation to close its doors to refurbish the premises and give its workers a break.

The best advice is to check before venturing out.

In and around Sotogrande we have the following restaurants where they usually offer Take Away and Home Deliveries.

  • New Dehli (Indian food)
  • Foodisiac (tapas, fish, burgers, vegetarian dishes, vegan dishes) – from burgers to curried prawns
  • La Pala (pizza)
  • The Hairy Lemon (tapas, pasta, sandwiches, salads)
  • Casa Moncayo & Don Diego (sushi, tapas, fish, fusion)
  • Don Giovanni (pizza)
  • Bucintoro (tapas, pizza, italian food)
  • La Quinta (Argentinian meat)
  • Ke (salads, tapas, baguettes, Japanese, meat, fish) * currently undergoing refurbs
  • Aki Sushi (sushi)
  • El Patio (meat, salads, fish)
  • Ivory (indian food)
  • Golden View (kebab, lamb, shawarma) * take away only
  • Kurma Hindu (Indian food) * take away only

If we missed a place, get in touch and let us know or post your own recommendation in the Sotogrande Community group on Facebook.

There is plenty of parking space in Sotogrande port, either the free open air parking or the covered parking beneath Ribera del Marlin. If you’re feeling a little bored and cooped up pick up those car keys and enjoy a breath of fresh air.