Discover Restaurants offering the best Steakhouse food in Cangas de Onis, Asturias, Spain including Sidreria Moreno, La Madreneria, San Martin Gastrobar, Parrilla La Roca, Los Texos, Picu La Vieya, Bar Parrilla La Huerta, La Madreneria, Restaurante Parrilla, La Cabana
Things to do in Cangas de Onis
3 based on 60 reviews
We learnt of this restaurant from Posada de Valle B&B where we stayed, and decided to check it out. For dinner, I ordered the scrambled eggs (revuelto) with shrimp and garlic stems for appetizer, and the suckling pig (apparently their specialty) for main course. Both tasted amazing and generously portioned. The wines were well priced and we got a bottle that went great with the food. The restaurant is located some 2 km (eastwards) out of Cangas de Onis but the locals clearly know of it, as it filled up after we arrived.
3 based on 58 reviews
A good value for big eaters. Lots of choices. We were force to sit outside, since the inside was too hot for comfort. Not sure what to expect. Nothing fancy but clean. The food presentation was good. And the taste, excellent. Service was a bit limited, only two waiters for a large area. They were running like little ants, and it was difficult to get their attention. If you have time, it is worth it!Estimado Alex,Muchas gracias por sus minutos para escribir el comentario. Nos hace muy felices saber que disfruto de la autentica gastronomÃa asturiana con productos de primera calidad. Esperamos si vuelve a Asturias nos visite de nuevo.Muchas gracias y reciba un cordial saludoNuria Garcia Coro
La Madreneria is very popular restaurant and is very busy. The portions are huge and the food is of a reasonable quality. For me the portions are really too big.
4 based on 83 reviews
This place is basically a 'parillada', meat cooked over a charcoal grill but also has an a la carte menu. The food is excellent, the side dishes too. They are only open for dinner off season so best to check, mind you there are other very good places nearby should they be closed or busy.
4 based on 51 reviews
Restaurant and BBQ with traditional Asturian cuisine. Speciality in roast lamb, cheese fillet and Fabada. Daily menu and Special weekend.
Very helpful staff who as much English as I had Spanish (next to nothing). I had a delicious local speciality dish of beans and sausage which was far to big to finish followed by a delicious home made cake for desert. This place is big with no frills. It was very busy when I arrived but service was speedy and efficient. Very good value for money.
4 based on 187 reviews
We were recommended to this restaurant by our hotel owner, and it made for very good evening. The restaurant was quiet, but it was October. I had the Ox tail which was a strong flavour, tender and delicious. Local wines were cheap and good. Service was quick. The nice part was the relaxed atmosphere which enticed us to stay for extra drink after the meal and enjoy the authentic ambience.
4 based on 464 reviews
Dining here as a largish group we found the service good and attentive and the food tasty and well cooked. The waiting staff dealt with the complexities of a lot of people with different tastes and needs quickly and efficiently. The portions were fine for lunchtime and were enjoyed by almost everyone. Would like to try this place in a smaller group and perhaps in the evening when we could try other dishes.
4 based on 101 reviews
We had lunch here during our holidays, the tuna (on the bbq) was to die for, the meat was also excellent. It is a lovely place, service is great and there was definitely too much food! We took some of the tuna back home!We will definitely come back! Amazing find.
4 based on 772 reviews
I was visiting with some friends after asking local people where to eat a good cachopo. Among the few places I was given, I chose this one and was actually a very tasty and large cachopo (unfortunately we ate it before taking a picture). We also tried a "carrillera" (mix) of grilled meat and everything was very good. If you must choose a single dish, I would go for a cachopo. Quality and quantity vs. price ratio is very high.
4 based on 844 reviews
I read a review on tripadvisor suggesting that this place is only for tourists during the season. Not so, it is popular with locals year round. The food, perhaps not Michelin standard is consistantly good and a three course meal with wine for ten euros is not much more than you'd pay for a sandwich in London. Also in Benia, la Huerta, MorÃ¡n and Teyeru are excellent for quality and price and ambience. You have to love Spain.
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