Reviews on Contemporary food in Santiago de Compostela, Province of A Coruna, Spain. If you see nothing else in this World Heritage city, you simply must visit the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, an awe-inspiring confection of baroque architecture. Once you’ve regained composure, head out on a bicycle to see the rest of this glorious city. Foodies and boozehounds will delight in a guided gastronomy tour, while modernists will enjoy the Galician Center of Contemporary Art.
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4 based on 130 reviews
In the historic center of Santiago de Compostela, a few meters from the museum of contemporary art you will find the restaurant Garum Bistro, a casual and cozy gastronomic outing with the air of an old tavern that stands out for its fair decoration, witho
This should be a first amazing hotel (Altair) and very nearby restaurant (Garum). This clicked on all cylinders. Two of us had 4 tapas dishes (top quality and good quantity) and a dessert and we were amazed with all courses. The team was so personable and great to interact with. If back in this part of Spain, this is a mandatory visit!!!!Thanks for your comments. We hope to see you soon again!
4 based on 815 reviews
With a bustling ground floor bar and two further floors of dining rooms (all serving the same menu) this became a welcome retreat for rapid service, real local cooking with copious portions and very reasonable prices! The Bodeguilla is open every day (many restaurants are closed on Mondays) and nothing ever seems to be 'off' on the menu! Order a drink and you'll receive a surprise nibble whilst you decide what to enjoy next! It's quite an experience to watch the waiters cut the thinnest slices off the ham bone and lift them onto a serving dish with tweezers. Good range of wines and beers, excellent food. Plenty of locals, not just visitors. Recommended for a full tummy and no damage to your wallet.
4 based on 60 reviews
We had the privilege of enjoying our lunch in the bar and could see first-hand how TomÃ¡s and Alejandro prepared everything!All the dishes are full of flavour and it is clear that they use high quality local products. The ceviche is a must and I absolutely recommend their hummus with smoked veggies. As main course I went for fish and it was delicious, but my husband ordered ribs and they were mouth-watering as well! Whatever you go for: take into account that you must say yes to the home-made desserts!Iâm looking forward to eating there again soon!
4 based on 266 reviews
CafÃ© Bar La Flor was certainly interesting as it differed vastly from the majority of restuarants that you can find in Santiago de Compostela. The dÃ©cor was modern with lots of interesting things on the walls, and the menu was not the generic menu del dÃa or tapas menu. Instead there was a tex-mex variety to the menu.The prices weren't the cheapest in the city but it didn't matter as it was a little bit different and a nice change from the norm. The service was a little bit slow and it was quite difficult to attract members of staff during our visit.
4 based on 323 reviews
We Had Great Ribero Wine And Free Bean Tapas Which Was Delicious. We Then Shared Albondigas Which Was Meatballs With Spinach Sauce. Service Was Very Good And Friendly. We Visited With Spanish Pilgrims From Madrid. The Tiramisu Dessert Was Wonderful. Very reasonably Priced. CoZy Spot.
4 based on 576 reviews
Restaurante gastronÃ³mico de la chef LucÃa Freitas. Cocina de mercado, muy cuidada y de marcadas raÃces gallegas. Dos menÃºs degustacion y carta con los mejores producto de temporada.
An incredible gastronomic experience. Must admit that we were delighted to have tasted such refined dishes that combine the beauty of harmony for the eyes with the beauty of a delightful taste. Freshest finest produce turned into the most unexpectedly well orchestrated blends
4 based on 129 reviews
Pampin Bar was recommended by our accommodation in Santiago. It is a remarkably good restaurant. From the outside and its location down a bit of an alleyway, we were expecting a kind of hipster popular bar spot, but it's in reality a cozy, intimate restaurant with food at an incredible value. We ordered in Spanish, but they speak and have menus in English.We had a good empanada with tuna, excellent mussels (on the short list for the best I've ever had), an outstanding Spanish take on pÃ¢tÃ© (all the richness of the best French, with Spanish spicing choices), and beautifully prepared beef round with oven-cooked potatoes and onions.Every course seemed to exceed the previous one, and our bill, with a bottle of wine and cheese course for dessert too, came in at well below what we would have paid in any other city -- and even many other restaurants in Santiago. Go! Go now!
4 based on 663 reviews
This was a pleasant place for a drink at the bar and a selection of tapa's they can provide for people who visit for just a drink. Service was friendly and the food well presented and good quality. An enjoyable place. Like most places it opens at 9.00 PM but the bar starts at 8.00 PM.This is a small placed and you need to book.
4 based on 502 reviews
Based on my own experience, Itâs a wonderful place to enjoy eating fresh fish and seafood. Good environment, fantastic service. We went the last weekend and enjoyed very much tasting the variegated scallops, razor shells and MartiÃ±o . Highly recommended. Weâll come back.
4 based on 326 reviews
Traditional and creative galician cuisine. We invite you to join us on a unique journey through the flavors, aromas and textures of our land. A young and innovative gastronomic experience, born in the heart of Compostela, which brings to our days, the aut
I had dinner there last night after reading good reviews. Couldnât get in the night before but last night it wasnât busy at all. Had tomato salad which they are famous for, and even though I ordered a starter portion it was enormous and I could only eat a half portion. Tasty enough if you like tomatoes! For main course I had hake, Muros style. It looked beautiful on a bed of sliced potatoes, but in true Galician style it was way over salted. I donât know why they use so much salt. Itâs overpowering and you canât taste the fish at all!Maybe another dish would be less salty....
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