Top 10 Mediterranean food in Negreira, Province of A Coruna, Spain

November 23, 2020 Jacquiline Delozier

Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Negreira including A Esmorga, Restaurante Asador Os Arcos, Pazo de Cores, Tropic, Kratos Restaurante, Atipica Restaurante, Restaurante Filigrana, Restaurante Asador De Roxos, Fogon Retiro Da Costina, A Noiesa Restaurante

10. A Noiesa Restaurante

Rua do Franco Número 40, 15704, Santiago de Compostela Spain Spanish, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner Table Service, Highchairs Available, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +34 881 30 72 38
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5 based on 188 reviews

A Noiesa Restaurante

Casa de comidas abierta en Julio de 2019 de enfoque tradicional y cariño al producto. Decoración y platos que te trasladan a una taberna gallega clásica.

Reviewed By 740edwardm

We arrived early and thought our reservation might have been unnecessary. By 2100, however, it was humming. Our waiter spoke enough English - and we were provided with an English menu, to make an informed selection. Wine, pimientos padron and an egg, vegetable & shrimp salad started the meal — all fresh and nicely presented. They also brought an unordered plate of cheese, bread and sausage which appeared, as usual, on the final bill. The star was a huge dish for two “Arroz del Seniorita“ of seafood and rice in a thick broth. Seafood included lots of squid, mussels, scallops and shrimp. We’d no room left for the desserts that looked so tempting at the beginning. The only down side was a long wait for the rice to finish cooking for the main dish — albeit well worth it in the end.

9. Fogon Retiro Da Costina

Avenida Santiago 12, 15840 Santa Comba Spain Spanish, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service [email protected] +34 981 88 02 44 http://retirodacostina.com
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4 based on 243 reviews

Fogon Retiro Da Costina

Reviewed By TravelerNYNy

During the Christmas holidays, I had the pleasure to visit one of those little treasures where you feel welcome and not overwhelmed, where the owner tries to please you and make an experience that you will remember for years to come. O Retiro da Costina in Santa Comba is a secluded, hard to reach niche restaurant. Far from everything it deserves its very own detour. When facing the building, you expect nothing or hardly anything… But it is when Manuel greets you at the door, when you realize that this is a piece of Eden, hidden for you. We started with some anchovies at the basement, giving us time to enjoy the magnificent cellar. The anchovies were clean, less salty, meticulously damped in sweet Galician olive oil that we, as Manuel suggested, did not hesitate to taste with our bread… The chosen wine, a fruity happy Godello, went perfectly with our introduction to Manuel’s world. Upstairs, a big, square white table was waiting for us all. A mixture of minimalistic, rustic, Medieval décor and a touch of freshness received us at the table. First things first, we were offered a cup of hot consome made of galiña de Mos, a delicate serving in a flowery cup for a smooth, velvety welcome. Next came the xurelo afumado with vinegar perles paired with sparkling champagne, to follow with my favorite of all, an immaculate scallop in soft and crispy tempura with a refreshing lemon mousse. The pairing for the scallop was, this time, an incredible Ribeiro from A Teixa which, to my taste, was sufficiently consistent to pair light meats. The vegetables with egg and ham were themselves a great bridge to the last and most consistent plate: the hare caneloni. The meat was served with La Nieta and a bottle from la Viña de Andres, both excellent wines by themselves but even better when served with such an amazing food. Manuel was with us at all times, making recommendations, suggestions. He is a humble man that tries to please without interfering with the whole experience. After lunch, dessert was served by the pastry chef, a young man from Naron. The arroz con leche cream was superb, creamy, soft, perfectly sweet. The second dessert, mandarine ice cream with turron popcorn was surprising. Perhaps less keen on the presentation (it seemed to lack a coherent line) but perfect in flavor. Coffee came at the Cava and private smoking club. This area has been organized as an old Bristish club with a modern twist: white leather sofas, soft lights and an amazing collection of liqueurs and cigars. We had another bottle of champagne, this time a strong rose and drank the first coffee, made like in the fifties. An amazing show to end a very pleasant meal. The second coffee, stronger and, to my taste, richer, was followed by two amazing gin tonics that Manuel prepared in front of us. The area was clean, the air pure. You could hardly smell the cigars and, then, only the nice smell of good tobacco. When it comes to price, O Retiro da Costina is not a surprise: the selection of wines, the exquisite food, the lovely after-meal come with a price. But I would say that nobody leaves the restaurant without a smile on their faces, despite the price. A nice day, 5 hours well spent with family and friends. Good memories galore. Thanks, Manuel.

8. Restaurante Asador De Roxos

Carretera de Muros 112, 15896, Santiago de Compostela Spain Seafood, Steakhouse, Mediterranean, Spanish Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Drinks Wheelchair Accessible, Free Off-Street Parking, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Delivery, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Television, Highchairs Avai [email protected] +34 981 81 59 73 http://asadorderoxos.com/
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4 based on 139 reviews

Restaurante Asador De Roxos

Situated in the small Galician town of Roxos, Asador de Roxos Casa Albardonedo features a charming garden and offers accommodation with heating and free WiFi. Exposed wooden beams and stone walls lend this property a rustic feel, harmoniously combined wit

Reviewed By niclak

The lady servings was abrupt and most certainly not up to the task for dealing with guests. The food was mediocre, to say the least, and we heard a microwave in the background - most likely my fish dish which 'cooked' way too quickly to have been freshly made! As far as we were concerned, it was a wasted opportunity to sample a bit more of the wonderful local cuisine - we had based ourselves on some of the previous reviews but we now really wish that we had stayed in Santiago for our evening meal.Seguramente el traductor no lo hace bien ,y por eso no entiendo nada de lo que dice ,solo comentar de lo que entiendo y decirle que debe de ser visionaria porque desde el comedor decir que el plato se le sirvio cocinado en microondas manda carallo como dicimos aqui en GaliciaEn vez de dar una opinion asi tan figurativa porque no dijo el menu que comio y valora plato a plato

7. Restaurante Filigrana

Paseo Amaia 23B, 15897, Santiago de Compostela Spain Mediterranean, European, Spanish Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Fre [email protected] +34 981 53 46 36 http://www.aquintadaauga.com
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4 based on 405 reviews

Restaurante Filigrana

Reviewed By 80larryg

We were just lucky that this wonderful restaurant was located in our hotel, which itself was a jewel. My wife had the tuna and avocado salad. Fresh and delicious. I ordered the pork ribs, which was tender, flavorful and served with a delicious red wine reduction and apple puree. Scrumptious! White tablecloth service which was impeccable and the atmosphere in this 18th century building was a throwback (musically and atmospherically) to a classier, cooler, America in the 40's and 50's. Dean Martin era background music? Didn't see that coming. A great experience. Top recommendation

6. Atipica Restaurante

Lugar de O Santo, 11 Ortono Bertamirans, 15220 Ames Spain Spanish, Deli, Fusion, Seafood, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Delivery, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Availa [email protected] +34 981 88 46 39 http://www.facebook.com/atipicarestaurante
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4 based on 141 reviews

Atipica Restaurante

Reviewed By Yemina P

The service was great, pleasant, communicative and efficient. The food was delicious, very well presented and lived up to my expectations without being overpriced. l would strongly recommend it and would like to go back and try the rest of their menu.

5. Kratos Restaurante

Avenida Noia 7 A Coruña, 15280 Brion Spain International, Spanish, Mexican, Mediterranean, Fusion Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Street Parking, Free Wifi, Table Service, Accep [email protected] +34 981 94 23 99 http://www.facebook.com/Kratos-Restaurante-914593738657046
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4 based on 74 reviews

Kratos Restaurante

We Work Products Of Proximity And Seasonal, With Own Elaborations To Be Able To Offer A Different Restaurant In A Wonderful Area.

Reviewed By samraeves

Although it was allready 21h, we were the only couple in the restaurant ( Spanish do eat late :-) ) but we were warmly welcomed by the waiter who took his time to advise us through the selection of excellent food and dito wine. The cuisson of the meat was perfect and the boss, who runs the kitchen, came a few times to our table to see if he could be of more assistance. The dessert was also a delight and completely homemade.I can really recommend this place to people who are looking for something different than the usual stuff you find in every bar or for really good wines all for normal prices. Hope I can go once more ! Keep up that good work chief !Thank you. We work hard for service the best dish in the best moment. Your opinion is the best think for dont change. We waiting your visit again.

4. Tropic

Rua Rueiro 16 Bajo Bertamirans, 15220 Ames Spain Mediterranean, Spanish Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +34 981 89 08 68 http://www.tropicburguer.com
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4 based on 235 reviews

Tropic

Reviewed By LJMFD

This is an easy place to eat well for a good price and due to that fact it does become extremely busy. However if you have some time on your hands and fancy a late lunch or early dinner then arriving around 3.30 - 4 in the afternoon will likely get you a table without waiting. The menu itself is basic fayre however there is good choice which appears to alter on a weekly basis and the food is clearly fresh and well prepared. With a decent range of drinks and a friendly atmosphere this is easily much better than any of the nearby places.

3. Pazo de Cores

Cores, 2 - Seoane La Coruña, 15863 A Bana, Negreira Spain International, Spanish, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Parking Available, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Reservations [email protected] +34 687 75 37 04 http://www.pazodecores.com
Pazo de Cores

El Pazo de Cores es uno de los lugares más exclusivos de Galicia para celebrar un evento. La alta calidad de la cocina, el delicado cuidado de todos los detalles y la posibilidad de utilizar la iglesia, los jardines, la era, el parque y demás zonas, hacen

Reviewed By 149eduv

Celebramos en el Pazo la boda de mis primos y todo fue precioso. El lugar tiene muchísimo encanto, la atención por parte de los dueños fue perfecta, cuidaron hasta el más mínimo detalle.Recomendaría el sitio sin duda. Para repetir!!

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2. Restaurante Asador Os Arcos

Avenida Barcala N 21, 15839, Negreira Spain Spanish, Steakhouse, Mediterranean, Diner Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Parking Available, Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Digital Payments, Table Service, [email protected] +34 981 81 82 59 http://www.facebook.com/ArcosNegreira
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4 based on 42 reviews

Restaurante Asador Os Arcos

Traditional restaurant , specializing in steaks and grilled fish . Local decorated with stone and wood carvings .

Reviewed By godofthearmadillos

Good food; good prices ; great staff. Nice place to just sit down and drink a coffee while hiking the camino.

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1. A Esmorga

Avenida Santiago 31, 15839, Negreira Spain Spanish, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Breakfast Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Takeout [email protected] +34 981 93 66 64 https://www.facebook.com/taperia.cerveceria.aesmorga
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4 based on 33 reviews

A Esmorga

Reviewed By K C

Had a gorgeous Pilgrim dinner this week, fantastic bean soup, gorgeous chicken and rice, staff so helpful, great value

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