4.5 based on 289 reviews
After Reading the other reviews on Trip Advisor we decided to give Pulcinella a try. We walked 1.25 miles to the location shown on the map on Trip Advisor and on the restaurants own web site only to find it wasn't there. We eventually discovered it was within 100m of where we had started, close to the Puente Colgante. We never got to try the food as the waiter was so rude and unhelpful that we walked out half way through ordering. We will never go there again.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
We visited this unassuming restaurant in a pedestrian side road two evenings in a week.
Both evenings ( and they are only open between 9-11 pm in the evenings), we were the only diners.
Absolutely delicious local food , big portions and friendly service for a very reasonable price.
A real find!
4 based on 361 reviews
I was taken here on a business trip by my Spanish colleagues and I wasn't disappointed. It was really very good and the octopus dish I had was the best I've ever had. Amazing quality and very good service. Recommended
4 based on 221 reviews
La gastronomia mas selecta se da cita en La Brasserie que ofrece cada dia almuerzos y cenas. Este nuevo restaurante se caracteriza por una excelente materia prima cocinada al estilo tradicional, pero con un toque vanguardista. Entre toda su carta merece especial distincion las carnes y pescados a la brasa con raciones abundantes y buenos precios, sin olvidar una bodega bien surtida. Nuestro equipo de cocineros, forjados en los fogones de la cocina vizcaina, estaran dispuestos a sorprender cada dia. Calidad, buen servicio y cuidado especial en los detalles son las senas de identidad de este fascinante establecimiento hotelero referente en la costa de Vizcaya.
Living at Bilbao, I do not need a hotel, however recently we had a dinner party there in the lovely restaurant to give farewell to one of our friends. We entered with high expectations, but left the place quite disappointed for several reasons.
Service was o.k., however none of the waiters cared to fill up the glasses later on.
The entrance dishes were up to expectations, but the main course was some sort of a pitfall.
It consisted of a grilled rape (devilfish) with a side dish of fine cut chipirones in su tinta (calamaries in their ink). The devilfish was dry - most probably deep frozen, the chipirones quite hard. If I would have cooked this at home, I would have said: not my best day...
The dessert again was one of these "industrial-type" cakes, nothing special.
The worst of all was the mens lavatory, just a mess. So I complained at one of the waitresses.
Later on we went to the bar and dancing place. As there were a lot of persons present, temperature was quite high and combined with the high humidity it was quite uncomfortable. I asked the barman to increase the air-conditioning or to open a door. He told me hat air-conditioning was already at maximum and the door can not be opened because it is broken.
Needless to say, the door was labelled as emergency exit...Any further question?
4 based on 126 reviews
We were a party of 10, a birthday surprise lunch for my wife, and we were lucky to get the table upstairs. The restaurant is tiny but nice, and the service very good.
About the food: Mushroom croquettes were tasty and they are a must. Bream (besugo in Spanish) was great, we shared a big one among four and had a turbot too (rodaballo in Spanish).
Some people had sirloin with foie and they were very satisfied too.
Would certainly recommend it if you enjoy good food.
4 based on 106 reviews
Good local restaurant serving manly portions and with a decent wine list, try the Marques de Murrieta and visit the bodega too. Quirky lighting based on numerous lampshades and it was within walking distance of our hotel. Service was attentive but not intrusive.
4 based on 220 reviews
We went for lunch. Most restaurants in Europe have menus in English in addition to their native menus. This one did not. We lost a little in the translation. Any small substitutions we asked for were met by the waitress saying "it would be too difficult". So we ended up with some weird concoctions. It was very basic inside too. weill not be back to this one.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
I´ve been there several times and I can say that so far it´s been one of the nicest places to eat I´ve ever been. Very close to Bizkaia Bridge you can chose between menus from 18 euros or "a la carte" menu. Every single thing you have in the menu is homemade. I would point out the "txipirones" (squids with caramelized onions...wonderful!!), croquettes, the quality of the steaks, a nice cod with a "pil pil" sauce (the most famous recipe to cook a cod in Bizkaia), and an outstanding custard. The owner and the waitress are always helpful and friendly, and the cook is just brilliant.....it´s worth it!!!
4.5 based on 121 reviews
4.5 based on 47 reviews
This is such an authentic little place where you basically go for the great food.
Pintxo moruno is simply to die for ( lamb meat with some amazing spices).
The French Fries were like the home made ones ( no frozen potatoes) and simply delicious( they only serve big portions).
We didn't try the mushrooms but we saw somebody ordering them and they looked mouth watering.
Service is pretty quick and the prices are reasonable.
It seems to be very popular within the locals so it's pretty crowded, better to get a reservation just in case.
Parking might be a problem ( we parked within a 10-12 minutes walk from the restaurant).
Such a great dinner/ snack/ lunch option!
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