Best Wine Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Wine Bar food in La Coruna. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Wine Bar restaurants near you.. A Coruña (Galician: [a koˈɾuɲa], Spanish: La Coruña [la koˈɾuɲa], English: Corunna, archaically The Groyne) is a city and municipality of Galicia, Spain. It is the second most populated city in the autonomous community and seventeenth overall in the country. The city is the provincial capital of the province of the same name, having also served as political capital of the Kingdom of Galicia from the 16th to the 19th centuries, and as a regional administrative centre between 1833 and 1982, before being replaced by Santiago de Compostela.
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4 based on 190 reviews
A Lagareta is the new wine bar on the centric Calle de la Franja in A CoruÃ±a.Its wide range of wines from the most recognized brands and wineries, the care in the kitchen to create the different pinchos offered daily and the attention, differentiate A Lag
Nice food very well presented. A varied menu that can accommodate the tastes of everyone. A fantastic environment, inside an historical building that keeps up with Galician traditional history with the original "lagareta" ( an old wine barrel ) . Drinks are up to every purse and service is nice and quick. The ideal place for a stop-by before of after a walking tour around A Corunna city center or just before starting a night out!
4 based on 114 reviews
So the positives were that the ambience was very nice- good decor especially. And the service was quick and friendly.With my foodie hat on I would describe the food as edible. And without it on, I would describe the food as just about ok, I suppose.Goat cheese salad consisted of reasonable piece of goats cheese and a large plate of various varieties of chopped lettuce with walnuts . Smothered in a horrendously sweet dressing which ruined any chance of the salad being even ok.The kids had pasta with mushrooms. An abundance of mushrooms there was not. The plate arrived with a raw egg yolk on top. My children ate this, as they eat pretty much anything. But I know a lot of kids who would not enjoy this be bit. So egg was duly mixed into pasta, and the resulting dish was pretty awful (I tasted their leftovers)To attempt to end on a positive note, it would probably be a great place for just a coffee or a drink (as long as you are not hungry).Gracias por los comentarios. Siento que entre todo el personal no pudiÃ©semos esplicarte mejor la carta. Prometo tener unas cartas en todos los idiomas, o casi todos...
4 based on 265 reviews
We spent five nights in La Coruna, did lots of "pincho hopping" and returned to Jaleo four times; in short, we loved it. Excellent pincho variations on the bar, and many changed daily. Also an eclectic menu of plates that were excellent, thanks to the excellent young lady chef in the kitchen. Julio & Marco provided friendly, welcoming service and always excellent conversation. The wine selection is extensive so it was easy to find good choices, but if you are not sure what to pick, Marco will make excellent suggestions.We had lots of great food traveling through the Basque, Asturias and Galicia regions, and Jaleo was one of the most fun stops of all.
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