Best Mediterranean food near Los Arcos, Spain

November 21, 2020 Mikaela Didonna

Reviews on Mediterranean food in Los Arcos, Spain including Casanellas Taller Gastronomico, La Cepa, Restaurante Sidreria Casa Armendariz

1. Casanellas Taller Gastronomico

Calle Espoz y Mina 3, 31200 Estella Spain International, Mediterranean, Contemporary, Spanish, European Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Parking Available, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Seating, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +34 676 29 16 15 http://tallergastronomico.es
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5 based on 164 reviews

Casanellas Taller Gastronomico

Reviewed By lanitrek

We loved the cuisine, the friendly chefs, and overall vibe of the restaurant...endearing us even more to the city. Everything carefully prepared and most ingredients, if not all, were home made, grown or purchased locally. We wanted to visit the best restaurant in town so looked here and saw all the great reviews. I agree with every single superb review. The Chefs are local artisans and clearly are passionate about their craft. If in Estella, especially if you're a Camino peregrino....stop by here and take a break from the Pilgrim's menu. Their local but global approach to ingredient selection is evident in all the dishes. A rustic but modern Spanish cuisine that is more than a meal ...but also creates a lasting memory.We had the home made bread and butter, bacalao (w/Apple honey, tomatoes), duck (magret con arroz piña red curry), amazing lentil soup and mouth-watering salad. For dessert ordered the pecan pie and chocolate cake.We made reservations before arrival. Definitely will be back again!!!Suggestions: email in advance for reservations between the hours posted here on tripadvisor. They are responsive and will email you back. As other guests noted, there are only about 5 tables with a maximum capacity of about 16 seats. It's spacious though and the decor is modern and nicely decorated.

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2. La Cepa

Plaza Fueros 15 Esta Situado En Un Primer Piso, 31200 Estella Spain Mediterranean, Spanish Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +34 948 55 00 32 http://restaurantecepa.com
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4 based on 339 reviews

La Cepa

Reviewed By Carol16

We stumbled in here on a Sunday lunchtime after arriving in Estella after a day's walking on the Camino. It's very traditional and a bit like stepping back in time. It's obviously well loved by local people and has a rather old fashioned, bourgeois style. The name La Cepa is translated into English on the menu as 'Restaurant Strain' which intrigued us. I think actually it means a strain of good breeding as in 'coming from good stock'. That made sense given the customer base. Most customers seemed to be well heeled regulars and were welcomed warmly. They were very tolerant of us pitching up in our walking clothes but we felt a bit out of place. The service is friendly but rather fast. The menu is traditional and reminded me of something out of the 1970s. Big portions of classics including a local dish of roast pig's trotter with lettuce which we didn't sample but was very popular and was enormous. Not the most relaxed dining experience but we didn't know this until we'd gone up the stairs into the dining room by which point it was too late to leave!

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3. Restaurante Sidreria Casa Armendariz

Calle Navarro Villoslada 15, 31230 Viana Spain European, Spanish, Mediterranean, Grill Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service [email protected] +34 948 64 50 78 http://www.sidreriacasaarmendariz.es
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4 based on 220 reviews

Restaurante Sidreria Casa Armendariz

Reviewed By Harold F

We ate at this restaurant last night and paid 70 euros for two for an average dinner with table wine tasting more like vinegar. The waitress was nice but I saw her grab my water bottle before setting it on the table and take it in back only to return a moment later with it in her hand. Turns out she filled the bottle with tap water and placed it on the table. I had baked cod and my husband lamb chops. Both were average. We had desert and his was straight from the freezer; some coffee ice cream deal with ice crystals all over it. I would not return to this restaurant.

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