Reviews on Mediterranean food in Solares, Cantabria, Spain including La Tienda de Pedro Garcia, La Martintera, Cenador de Amos, La Bicicleta, El Ojo del Abrego, La Jugueteria, El Rincon de Zeto, Magnolia Bar Suesa, Restaurante La Alberuca, El Galeon de Somo
4 based on 633 reviews
Welcome to El Galeon de Somo a seafood restaurant to enjoy the food and cuisine of Cantabria. We are located as you can see in a spectacular setting in northern Spain. A 80 m from the beach of Somo in a municipality Ribamontan Ocean east of the Bay of San
The food - some rabas (squid), and a bonito (a sort of tuna) salad, was average at its best. The price we paid for them - 32 EUROS, incredibly expensive, including a cup of average red wine and a Coca Cola, considering the quality of the food. And the service was simply appalling. Rather than welcoming, we felt like if we were a nuisance, a bother for the waitress, who treated us as if she was doing us a favour. She even forgot the salad and the wine, and after being left somewhere for almost five minutes (we could see them from our table), someone else from the staff had to tell her that they had been waiting for too long.
4 based on 360 reviews
My family and I had dinner at this restaurant last night. We didn't have a booking but luckily we went at 8:20pm which meant that as long as we were done by 10pm we could eat. I recommend making a reservation if you can to avoid waiting or being turned away. Excellent food and lovely setting in the restaurant. Don't miss it! We would love to go back!
4 based on 435 reviews
We had three nights staying at a nearby chambre d'hote and we ate at Bar Magnolia twice and went for a drink on another occasion. The service was great, the food was lovely and there was a lovely atmosphere. Unfortunately, our Spanish is not good, but the owner and staff were very welcoming and helpful in explaining some if the different dishes.
4 based on 669 reviews
We stopped for a quick drink and a pincho before jumping on the boat. The gentleman was lovely and welcoming and we sat on the terrace in the glorious. The atmosphere was very pleasant and relaxed. We asked if we could eat something and he said the kitchen was closed but he could do us some snacks. He offered some french blue cheese and jamon, we said yes. He brought us something of a carpaccio of jamon and a basket of bread. Due to the time he took preparing (totally understandable) we didn't have long before the boat was due to leave so I went inside to pay. I was shocked and disappointed to find the jamon was â¬18.50. We felt like we had been taken a little advantage of, although perhaps we should have asked the price before ordering. A lesson learnt.
4 based on 469 reviews
We stumbled across this little gem by chance and thoroughly enjoyed our last evening in Lierganes there. The children's toys theme of the restaurant is unique and cheerful without being overbearing and cheesy. It's family friendly but not at all solely aimed at children. The waiters were extremely friendly and did their best to speak English, there were even English printouts of the menu available - which is a rarity even in much bigger cities in Spain.The food was delicious - the "Los Geppetos" crepes filled with prawns are highly recommended!The prices were extremely reasonable and after a week spent in several different cities in Spain - this was definitely one of the meals we most enjoyed!
4 based on 189 reviews
The food here is excellent - from the brownies and tortillas to menu del dia: I've never had anything less than fantastic. It has plenty of space indoors as well as a large garden perfect for smokers. It's also reasonably priced. Highly recommended!
4 based on 744 reviews
We enjoyed a very nice lunch at La Bicicleta in the village of Hoznayo ( 20 minutes off Santander) The experience was not the best due to the horrible noise level . Not only the restaurant Ã¡rea is far too near to the bar, which tends to be crowded and too noisy, but the restaurant itself, is made in a way that you enjoy every conversation that takes place in all the tables around you ( which , in our case, where far too many ) . Actually I was tempted to chose an " average" degree because of that problem . If you can live with that , you can enjoy a great experience : Starters : great salads, great rabas ( the Cantabria typical fried squid legs) great fried potatoes with alioli sauce . Only the croquetas were dissapointing .Main dishes : fish sooo fresh, great meat and a fantastic find : they " rabo de toro and foie" hamburguer . Homemade dessert were good as well . And everything was very nicely served by the waiters team . So , if you want to enjoy a place , very nicely decorated , with great food , and are ready to be forgiving about the noise, that is truly your place .
4 based on 442 reviews
We had a family gathering, we had a big table. The food was excelent, the wine selection is wide and great and the service was discreet and impecable. A great place.The decoration is very smart.
4 based on 323 reviews
Visited with friends (party of 8 - no spanish speakers). Made to feel very welcome. Excellent service, excellent food and reasonable price.
4 based on 683 reviews
The inner dining room area is worth seeing. Make sure you book a table specifically in that area. We managed to get a table because we went early at 20:30 and promised to leave by 22:00. For my taste the good was on the bland side. Two of us shared 3 dishes: pulpo, pato and lacon with 2 bottles of water total â¬40.
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