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A 10 minutes walk from Ocean Village ,Marina Bay and Queensway Quay Sacarello’s is an iconic coffee shop,Café/ lunchtime restaurant in Irish Town the ‘old commercial street’ of Gibraltar.
It occupies the former warehouse of an early 19th Century Merchant House.

Sacarellos is also the story of the Gibraltarian and how many present-day Gibraltar business families similarly had ancestors who emigrated from Northern Italy in the mid 18th and early 19th Century and came to Gibraltar to seek a new life.

Reknowned for its ‘just roasted family coffees’ Sacarellos Coffees there is always a busy atmosphere, whether at morning coffee, lunch or teatime.

Sacarello’s has a varied comprehensive homemade lunch menu with a balance of traditional English dishes such as Steak, Mushroom & Guinness Pie, Hot Chicken Salad, Italian Pasta and regional Andalucian venta-type dishes such as pollo empanado(Chicken fried in Breadcrumbs) and estofados. The Mediterranean influence can be seen in the extensive use of extra virgin olive oil, fresh fish and seasonal local vegetables. The lunch menu features five ‘specials of the day’ on the chalk boards which change three times per week, fresh fish on Wednesdays, an ever popular salad bar served alongside a range of our very popular delicious fresh quiches and other vegetarian options ..

Homemade cakes and traditional afternoon high-tea bring the day to a close. Not only has Sacarellos become a local meeting place but it has also become a local cultural centre. There is always an art exhibition On display and poetry readings, book launches and plays are also presented here.

Average price for main course £8 to £9 Snack menu available in the shop from 12-3.30
Art prices available upon request.

Address: Sacarellos, 57 Irish Town, Gibraltar

Phone: 350 200 70625 - Email - Website - Map
Reviews (4)
10/06/2016 @ 11:09 am
Nathan Wilson
This place is top class 5 star. Great find
21/10/2014 @ 2:01 pm
Marsha, Lilly and friends
Just taking it easy today, chilling out here trying to reinvent ourselves!!
Nice atmosphere and food+COFFEE.
11/10/2014 @ 8:04 am
Wilson Reddick
Had the best lunch here yesterday, hats off to them.
06/08/2014 @ 8:20 pm
Julie from Spain
If you are meeting some friends for coffees, try this place in Irish Town.
Has been a favourite haunt for locals for a long time.
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