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The Shortlists SEJAL SUKHADWALA FEASTS ON SOME EYE-POPPING VIEWS


PHILOSOPHIA PEFKOS, RHODES, GREECE


Beach-side restaurants


Home-style cooking and friendly service are the strong points of this charmingly rustic restaurant, set above


Pef os’s main beach. Chefs source organic herbs and vegetables from the garden, conjuring up meze dishes like mini-pies


fi lled with aubergine and smoked cheese. TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE, ABOUT €30. TEL: +30 22440 48044, WWW.PHILOSOPHIA-PEFKOS.COM FLY TO RHODES FROM 13 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BREMEN AND ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM


The Foodies’ Column


Cook your catch in Kent & go mango mad in London


THE WATERFRONT KENT, ENGLAND Keen fi shers should head to the town of Deal in Kent, where The Waterfront restaurant, part of the historic Beachbrow Hotel, will offer to cook your catch. The area is great for fi shing, so either sit on the pier, charter a small boat, or explore the nearby rivers, and (depending on season) you can reel in the likes of cod, whiting, dover sole or sea bass. 29 BEACH STREET, DEAL, TEL: +44 (0)1304 374338, WWW.THEWATERFRONT.EU


COCO-BEACH NICE, FRANCE Perched on the shore in a traditional villa, with spectacular views across the Bay of Angels, this internationally renowned seafood restaurant has been run by the same family since 1936. Taste the catch of the day grilled over a log fi re, or sample regional dishes like pissaladière (Provençal pizza) and bouillabaisse. The likes of Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau have done exactly the same in years past. TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE, ABOUT €45. 2 AV. JEAN LORRAIN, TEL: +33 (0)4 9389 3926, WWW.COCOBEACH-RESTAURANT.COM FLY TO NICE FROM DUBLIN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM


TIKITANO ESTEPONA, COSTA DEL SOL, SPAIN There’s a tropical feel to this beachfront restaurant, fringed with palm trees and boasting amazing views of Gibraltar and Africa. A fi ne- dining menu of Mediterranean and international dishes includes well- executed classics like Spanish-style roasted milk-fed lamb and grilled green asparagus with Iberian ham and vegetable risotto. TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE, ABOUT €50. URB. GUADALMANSA, CTRA DE CADIZ KM 164, TEL: +34 952 798 449, WWW. TIKITANO.COM FLY TO MALAGA FROM 48 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BRISTOL. WWW.RYANAIR.COM


JULIA’S ALMANCIL, ALGARVE, PORTUGAL Located in the resort of Vale do Lobo, above the Praia do Garrao beach (widely known as Julia’s Beach), Julia’s is the place to enjoy sensational views of the Atlantic Ocean while tucking into signature chicken piri-piri or grilled fi sh. Choose the catch of the day from the daily specials board, and enjoy live music there three days a week. TVs also show major sporting events, and there’s even a children’s playground. TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE, ABOUT €35. PRAIA DO GARRAO, TEL: +351 289 396 512, WWW.JULIAS-ALGARVE.COM FLY TO FARO FROM 29 DESTINATIONS,


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MADD LONDON, ENGLAND Who doesn’t love mango? Get your summer fruit fi x at MADD (mango plus addiction), London’s fi rst mango dessert bar – a concept already popular in south-east Asia. Mango pudding, mango mousse, mango rice, mango smoothies, mango shakes – it’s mango madness! 53 RUPERT STREET, TEL: +44 (0)20 7434 3588, WWW.WEAREMADD.COM FLY TO LONDON


(GATWICK, LUTON AND STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BARI, KRAKÓW, MADRID AND SHANNON. WWW.RYANAIR.COM


Feeling hungry? Check out our delicious food menu on page 132


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