Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Sabinanigo. Sabiñánigo (Samianigo in Aragonese) is a municipality located in the province of Huesca, Aragón, Spain, capital of the comarca of Alto Gállego. Formerly, the region was called Serrablo, the reason for the demonym "serrablese". Sabiñánigo is at an altitude of 780 meters and lies 52 km from Huesca.
Somos un Restaurante Bar ubicado en SabiÃ±anigo la puerta del pirineo Dentro de nuestros servicios destacan unos almuerzos maravillosos con toda clase de bocadillos, tostadas y gran variedad de tapas que puedes acompaÃ±ar con cualquier bebida o refresco , c
Basic food and workers meals, a bit greasy for my taste, not sophisticate tapas. Heard the strange name came from a litige about Obelix, the french character
El mejor restaurante de sabiÃ±anigo calidad/precio , ya he ido varias veces, en pareja, con amigos... etc... y super bien. tienen menÃº para comer y tambien carta. el menu super bien por 12â¬ van rotando, aveces paella, carnes, pescados.... y a la carta tambien bien de precio, trabajan muy muy bien las carnes todas las veces que he ido he pedido entrecot o secreto iberico ni una sola vez la carne estaba dura o mal, siempre super bien hecha y buena. Tambien hacen unos huevos rotos con fua buenisimos. Las chicas tambien super majas, repetirÃ©!
4 based on 29 reviews
Es un parque temÃ¡tico con edificios del pirineo AragonÃ©s a escala. Estaba cerrado, lo estÃ¡n restaurando, esta muy deteriorado. Hay un albergue, zona de columpios y el restaurante. De todo,lo Ãºnico que estaba abierto, el bar restaurante. Solo nos tomamos un cafÃ©. QuerÃamos ver de nuevo el parque temÃ¡tico y no pudo ser.
3 based on 46 reviews
We broke down and ca here to wait. Beautiful three courses and glass of wine for 10euro. Friendly nice staff and food was delicious.
4 based on 120 reviews
Spanish CuisineRestaurant spacious and sunnyDaily menuSpecial menuSnacks in CafeteriaOpen all year
My family and I enjoyed every dish at El Parentisis, wonderful flavours, good portions, excellent service and great value. Will definitely come back again.
3 based on 148 reviews
Restaurant very typically Spanish, staff very helpful. Plenty of choice and very good value for money.
4 based on 84 reviews
Somos un restaurante asador especializado en carnes y productos del mar a la brasa, tambiÃ©n contamos con un local de ocio infantil
We were coming home from a visit to the city of Jaca and we stopped at SabiÃ±Ã¡nigo to grab a bite. We didn't know the village as we'd never stayed there before so we started walking in order to find a place to eat.We were lucky enough to spot a little blackboard fastened to a streetlamp advertising this restaurant. It is located in an alley and if it weren't for that blackboard we could never have found it.So in we popped and sat at a table. It was about 2 and we were the first customers. The food was delicious and it was so complete that we couldn't attack the desserts as we were literally full. The price was reasonable (for my taste, cheap for the quality it had). A recommendable place to eat if you are in SabiÃ±Ã¡nigo or in its surroundings.Muchas gracias por vuestra opiniÃ³n, no os preocupÃ©is en otra visita podrÃ©is atacar a los postres...que en nuestro restaurante siempre son muy buenos...Un saludo.
4 based on 76 reviews
Un menÃº del dÃa con varios platos para elegir por 14â¬. Os adjunto el ticket de pago y fotos de varios platos
4 based on 142 reviews
Not an awful lot in Sabinanigo as a town but our hotel recommended the Pradas restaurant and it was very close by. 18 euros for 3 courses and a an extra starter including a bottle of wine and a bottle of still water. The food was excellent and even the wine was exceptional. Also the service was above average. Highly recommended
4 based on 163 reviews
As you enter the reception area it all looks very upmarket, with great decor, huge plants in every corner, and welcoming staff. For early diners, there's a peaceful little reading room adjacent to the reception (round the corner from the sparklingly clean toilets). I also spotted a high chair for younger diners. Little did we know, however, that the entrance was to be the best aspect of our meal out.The first problem was that despite giving them advanced warning of a vegetarian diet, they clearly hadn't given it a second thought and had no special dishes to offer, just the usual "well perhaps you could have this one without the ham?" For a restaurant of this quality, one would expect a little more effort and imagination. I must say though that the head waiter did speak a little English, which helped a lot, plus they had menus in English.When they came, our starters were fine, except for the "vegetarian" salad which had two pieces of ham on top of it! ....and the fact that the request that the ham be replaced with an alternative, non-meaty component, had obviously fallen on deaf ears.The main courses arrived with cold vegetables, which had to be sent back, and the lamb was a bit chewy. Again, the vegetarian main course was a dish with the meat removed, with no alternative ingredient(s) and both veggie dishes were later charged at "meat included" full price. We felt that the main courses themselves, although tasty and pretty well presented (both lamb teepees had collapsed), completely lacked that "wow factor" we had been looking forward too.In line with the rest of our meals, the desserts were nice, but not memorable. For the price, we thought the portions were also on the small side.All in all, a nice relaxing meal out in pleasant surroundings but... too expensive, and definitely not in the same league as the other "top" restaurants in the area (which we have visited so am able to compare with).I'm afraid we won't be returning in the near future.
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