La Churreria is one of those unassuming little restaurants that are easily missed but – here’s how impressive it is - those who find it always take to TripAdvisor to make sure that others don’t miss out. The bistro specialises in hot and cold tapas, and every dish and sauce is cooked on the premises from scratch using authentic ingredients that give the menu the wow factor.
The staff have a passion for serving genuine Spanish cuisine and it shines through every dish, and there’s a children’s menu for younger diners too. If you’re not too sure what to go for on your first visit we can recommend the paella as it has something of a reputation with the TripAdvisor reviewers.
Sunny Saturdays see the bistro serving the paella al fresco in the courtyard, so if you don’t manage to reserve a table for during your visit to Lymington (it’s best to reserve around a fortnight in advance for an evening meal) you’ll still be able to try a little taste of Spain while you explore the town. Make sure you try the hot chocolate as it’s created using the best-selling brand from Spain, if you fancy a light snack it goes beautifully with the Churros (Spanish-style donuts).