Enoteca Museo del Vino Mijas, Mijas

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4.2/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Enoteca Museo del Vino Mijas is located in Mijas. Put Enoteca Museo del Vino Mijas at the forefront of your travel plans using our Mijas travel itinerary maker.
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  • Can't say enough about the place, the staff and its selection of wine. We had the 3 course tasting menus with 3 wines. Big pours and great food!!! Huge wine selection at great prices. 
  • We have booked a dinner and winetasting to this place. It wasn't even open when we went there. Restaurant opened about half an hour later and there were no registration about our reservation or cook a...  read more »
  • Great history lesson as it reach the picturesque mountain area can produce great wines. A wonderful lesson in history as in the picturesque mountain inaccessible area you can produce great wines.
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  • Good location and a great selection of wines to see and buy. The restaurant was another matter. We were shown to the back terrace, very quiet and comfortable, accompanied at another table by some discerning French Canadians, and the service was good until the arrival of a bunch of tourists doing the "ruta de la tapa" a Town Hall and local business initiative throughout July and August where tourists "do" a selection of bars and restaurants in Mijas, one after the other, eating a tapa and drinking a glass of wine (or more) at selected locations, the Museo del vino obviously being one of them. The waiter had to constantly run after the "tapa" tourists, trying to get through to the terrace, to tell them the restaurant area was out of bounds. Service was virtually forgotten for the table guests as the tapa tourists were served their booze and cheapo tapa before moving on ! Soldiering on through the evening I tried the Crujiente de Cochinillo that was nothing more than a compressed piece of pork reheated (Candido would be turning in his grave). My partner had a piece of salmon that was nothing special. Steam cooked with some "cava" sauce on top. No one could suggest any good wines by the glass; the wine by the glass was more a question of what they had left in a bottle than a "real" suggestion to accompany a dish. The height of sloppiness was the dessert, hailed as an iced dessert, two flavours; it was nothing more than 6 spoons of chocolate mousse of which two had a strawberry jam dollop on the top. This restaurant, as do may other on the coast, need to know where they want to be positioned. There are far better tapas bars in Mijas than this Vinotheque trying to add full restauraunt service to a wine and tapas "theme". Best avoid during July and August until after the "ruta de la tapa".
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