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4 based on 161 reviews
Se trata de un restaurante que he acudido en diversas ocasiones ( en sus distintas localizaciones) y siempre vuelvo porque la cocina es impecable pero el trato de las ultimas ocasiones deja mucho que desear. En esta ocasiÃ³n tenÃamos una reserva previa y cuando acudimos no tenÃan la mesa reservada por lo que terminamos en el bar/cafeteria "Sabores" con la excusa que tambiÃ©n es de ellos comiendo una hora mÃ¡s tarde de la acordada con una carta y un precio de un restaurante pero con el servicio de un bar de raciones. Una pena
4 based on 168 reviews
We were very hungry when we reached this place after a long drive. Since, some of us were vegetarian we were looking for some veg sandwiches. The staff was very helpful and did some alterations to provide us with some nice sandwiches with fries. The wine was very good.
4 based on 217 reviews
We went here for a special dinner on a Friday evening, and were surprised to be the only booking (crisis?). Having been here a long time ago, we remembered having had wonderful, if expensive, food, and this repeat visit didn't let our memories down, the food was delicious, perfectly cooked meat, and lovely presentation. Nice touches such as an appetizer whilst we waited for the starter, and impecable service, they checked up on us just the right amount. We had a very enjoyable, delicious meal. Fairly pricey though, so will be saving it for a special occassion again in the future!
4 based on 79 reviews
Had a family lunch this January and it has been a grateful discovery for us. A charming country cottage family-owned with an excellent menu in terms of quality and price. Highly recommended if you want to have a peaceful lunch with family or want to have Tapas a raciones with friends along the evening.
4 based on 352 reviews
They have two set menues with lots of dishes. Depending on the colours of the dishes you can pay 15 or 20 euros. The service is efficient and the food is really good and ecclectic.
4 based on 97 reviews
They have a great variety of dishes in the set menu. All the things I tried were delicious and the desserts were homemade, but the service was slow. It is the typical roadside restaurant; the tablecloth and serviettes were made of paper, however, the chairs were elegantly covered. There are lots of televisions so you could watch football but you couldn't hear it, fortunately. The price for the weekend menu was 15â¬. It is a good choice if you want to eat traditional Spanish food at a good price on your way to the Puente Viesgo Prehistoric Caves or to the Romanic Colegiata in CastaÃ±eda.
4 based on 97 reviews
I live in San SebastiÃ¡n but have a house here and we come to cantabria every weekend,work permitting. Please don't be put off by the way it looks from the outside,it has a bar at the front which the locals use and often there are groups of people smoking outside and admittedly I wouldn't stop myself if I didn't know about the restaurant through the bar at the back. A couple of months ago they changed the chef and now they have a 5 course menu for 22â¬ which changes every week.Fusion food is the theme and they take food from all over the world and put a Spanish twist.I've been there many times and with 5 courses there are too many to list however the salmorejo with tartare of tuna stands out and the radish sushi was amazing.Everything is homemade down to the Mexican tortillas and my Spanish girlfriend tells me the wine is always of a high standard ( I'm British and prefer a pint)!If this place was in Santander,Bilbao or donostia you'd have to book a month before and pay triple.If you're visiting cantabria or already live here then you really should take the time and pay mirones a visit, we've never been disappointed really can't recommend the food,drink or service highly enough. MuchÃsimas gracias Paul. Tus palabras son un premio para nosotros. Siempre es un placer atenderos.
4 based on 83 reviews
You wouldn't know this place was there as there is no signage from the main road. We only found it because of Trip Advisor. A beautiful courtyard with outdoor seating for food or drinks. We chose it because of the proximity to a wonderful play area and we were really pleased with the service. Four glasses of delicious local white wine in the sunshine for â¬6! We haven't eaten there yet but we fully intend to.
4 based on 609 reviews
We only had raciones for lunch outside this beautifully positioned restaurant by the pedestrian bridge and riverside of this pretty Cantabrian village, but it was extremely competently done. The wine; an unusual blend of local Albarino and Reisling grapes was the best we'd had this holiday, and not bad value at 14 euros a bottle. But the outstanding feature was the welcome and the service; from William, the waiter who spoke perfect English thanks to his Irish language tutor and a visit to Dublin. So thanks! And if you're reading this, William, you will by now have, I am sure, consulted Professor Google, to learn the English word, the BILL, la cuenta, is derived not from the abbreviation of your own name, but from a 15th Century 'Middle English' word, in turn derived from the Norman French BILLE and the medieval Latin 'BULLAâ meaning a 'seal or sealed documentâ - which has also come to mean a list, note, paper currency or legal document?
4 based on 1118 reviews
We found it hard to understand the great popularity of this restaurant: while we were there, a large number of people who hadn't booked were turned away and it's no. 1 on the Trip Advisor list.Good points: helpful and rapid service. Bad points: Apart from stressful over-crowding and noise:Poor quality food.My salad was drowned in vinegar and not fresh.A dish called Pastele was served up in both savoury and sweet guises, a sickly sweet mess of semolina: sugar in a savoury dish is not acceptable, the leek (puerros) version had never been near a leek. The mushroom croquettes had not been near a mushroom.Sorry, can't recommend.Dear Duchessa,We are gladly full almost every day. We never turn away people, just give them the option of coming later: as you might understand, we will provide good food and good service to our customers, so we won't just seat them with no previous booking to give a poor service if we are already fully booked.Tripadvisor is a popular ranking site ranked by normal people, so they deserve your respect to their opinions.Our DUO DE PASTELES is one of the most famous and best rated dishes (I lived in England and what you call Pastel is not the same as what we call Pastel, you can always ask first).Leeks have always been leaks and boletus are always fresh to be transformed with the croquettes, what a pity you didnt feel it like that.Best regards,Laura.
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