Reviews on Pub food in Sarria, Province of Lugo, Spain. Sarria is a municipality in the province of Lugo, northwestern Spain, in the autonomous community of Galicia. Sarria is the most densely populated town on the French Way in Galicia, with 13,700 inhabitants. It is head of the region and a popular starting point for the Camino de Santiago; many pilgrims choose Sarria because the distance from this point to Santiago allows them to cover the necessary kilometers to reach the Compostela. King Alfonso IX of León died in Sarria in 1230 while making a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Sarria also represents the point of entry to the beautiful landscapes, such as Os Ancares and O Courel, east of Galicia.
Things to do in Sarria
4 based on 85 reviews
I had the opportunity to enjoy the homemade pizzas in this place and they are absolutely delicious. I totally recommend them if you want to experience something different since they are made with typical Galician products, cheeses and veggies.Do not miss this place even if you are not planning to have something to eat. Only the decoration of this place deserves a visit. It is like a museum for movie fans, specially if you are a Star Wars geek...In addition, if you go for a drink they have always a good selection of FREE tapas... delicious!!
Es un bar excepcional para tomarte una caÃ±a o un vino y tapear algo en la zona de Sarria. Cuenta con una terraza estupenda y es un local decorado con mucho encanto. El servicio es genial!! tambiÃ©n tienen raciones para cenar!!
el servicio siemre es excelente y con un trato muy agradable. Puedes estar tomando una cerveza con los amigos y ver al tiempo el partido de futbol de tu equipo. El establecimiento dispone de dos zonas para estar, pero la que esta mas al interior, resulta muy agradable en el verano.
3 based on 33 reviews
Having walked into Sierra we were tired and hungry. Although the previous three trip advisor reviews were very poor in terms of service we decided to try this cafeteria as it was very close to where we were staying. The service was fine and we ordered and got lovely Gin and Tonics before we ate. We ordered two pizzas one vegetarian and one salami & bacon, although we went for the medium size costing â¬6 to â¬7' they were massive and impossible to eat. We had ordered two salads which had gorgeous crispy lettuce and were very tasty. Lastly we had ordered two Lasagne with chips, these were huge portions! The food was lovely but just overwhelmed by the quantity. As there were four of us we could have shared a Lasagne and chips between two and a pizza and salad between two amazed by the food and great value. House red wine was great and only â¬3 a bottle. We finished off our gorgeous meal with several brandies and a coffee and the bill still only came to â¬56, although off the beaten track way better value than the Pilgrim menu and service fine for a busy spot. Highly recommended but don't order too much food as portions very generous !
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