Discover Restaurants offering the best Spanish food in Fonsagrada, Province of Lugo, Spain including Meson Catro Ventos, Cantabrico, Pulperia O Caldeira, Manaia sea ela!, Pulperia Candal, Meson a tumbiadoira, Restaurante O Pineiral, Cafe-Bar Morodo, Prados, Cafe Bar Demetrio
Nach der Ankunft auf dem Camino,gibt es immer ein Bier und einRadler,wir wurden sehr nett bedient ,gleich fÃ¼r jeden 2 Tapas dazu
Pedmos 2 Hamburguesas especiales una poco hecha y otra normal. Nos sirvieron una al punto y una muy hecha, al quejarme despuÃ©s de haberlas comenzado a comer nos dijo que si querÃamos cambiÃ¡ramos la carne entre nosotros.Yo no volverÃ©
4 based on 44 reviews
The "Complejo O PiÃ±eiral", has "Cafeteria", "Restaurant", "Hotel" and "Hostel". It is located in the only place, in a natural and scenic environment, in the middle of nature, which makes us the only, quiet and cozy place to enjoy its celebrations, and mak
Brand new albergue, great set up and well equipped kitchen. All super clean. Great breakfast. Well stocked bar.
4 based on 33 reviews
Amazing BBQ. If you are lucky enough to find this place you will be delighted . They keep bringing meet until you tell them to stop. And the best.... The price !!
4 based on 160 reviews
Probably, one of the best places in Galicia to have octopus Galician style ("pulpo a la gallega").The place has no charm, the service is correct and the rest of the menu has nothing remarkable. But the octopus is worthwhile the visit to this village.
4 based on 45 reviews
Spot right on the main road in Fonsagrada this is a modern looking very pleasantly and tastefully decorated cafÃ© and restaurant.The restaurant is behind the bar hidden from the street but offering a wealth of windows giving out to the other side of the building.Great atmosphere with an exquisite service. The food is âlocalâ tasting great but presented in a slightly more sophisticated way. Just loved it.
4 based on 200 reviews
A Fonsagrada really has an atmosphere of its own, and this pulperia adds to that. Superb traditional pulpo and potatoes, and the price makes it one of the best bargains on the Camino. Defintely a place to return to.
4 based on 246 reviews
Transiting on the scenic side roads between Gijon and Santiago we came across this restaurant (or rather tavern) more by accident than intent.What a find !!!!The restaurant is located on the upper floor of this largely timber constructed tavern. The age of the property is well over 100 years.The restaurant and bar are ran by the family and nearly every dish is freshly prepared. All that I can suggest is to be adventurous with your selection of dishes as all are appealing.
4 based on 157 reviews
Travelling in the area on business, this lovely rustic retreat is a reminder that unlike the British, the Spanish understand and respect the right to take take out for lunch and a break from the day.The other stark reminder is that unlike many British workers the Spanish can afford to stop for lunch !Most importantly they respect the fact that good simple food, served with pride and passion is easy to provide and will continue to survive as it is affordable.If I ever visit this area again I will certainly call in for something to eat and I would recommend this place to everyone.
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