6 expert reviews
“Since its opening in 1898, La Pepica has been a favorite of Spanish royalty and it was once frequented by Ernest Hemingway. Today, it is still famous for its paellas.”
"Ernest Hemingway wrote that "Dinner at Pepica's was wonderful"—and the recommendation is still valid today."
"Locals regard this bustling informal restaurant, on the promenade at the El Cabanyal beach, as the best in town for seafood paella." Full review
"Grilled and fried seafood share equal billing, and the shellfish and crustacean dishes are perfectly executed classics." Full review
"More expensive than its many beach-side competitors, La Pepica, run by the same family for more than a century, is renowned for its rice dishes and seafood." Full review
"La Pepica is a restaurant right on the sea side with amazing views of the Mediterranean, friendly atmosphere, and a killer paella." Full review