Reviews on Pub food in Deba, Province of Guipuzcoa, Spain including Cafeteria Atozte, Ondargain Taberna, Zahato By Viento Sur, Amama taberna
4 based on 36 reviews
The location looks quite inviting, the menu is diversified and offers local cuisine. We took the fact that is was attended by Spanish families for a token for good food but unfortunately the dishes were not well cooked and the service was quite unefficient. So not really a good recommendation in this town.
Deba is a regular stop on the Camino, but to be honest, it wasnât the highlight of the towns so far.... we also got stuck an extra day because of injuries and weather. After eating in a few establishments (varying between very standard and over-priced) this great little bar/restaurant on the beach was a fabulous find. Lovely guys (really helpful, warm and friendly), funky wee bar and great value food- some tasty pastas (seafood, bolognese etc) @ bout 6â¬ and a range of paella â¬12-14. Also mains with vegetables and patatas (fish, chicken etc) that we didnât try. Good looking burger, and they do a vege burger. Interesting pintxos. Obviously a locals hangout. We could see why. Oh, and great soundtrack. Brilliant.
Estuvimos tomando un par de pintxos, elaborados y ricos. No es un restaurante, es una vinoteca con cuatro mesas en la terraza.
4 based on 169 reviews
Feeling brave we sat outside this highly recommended (on trippy) taberna, at the drop down table (we had a dog so we couldnât sit inside). The staff spoke broken English and we managed to order tapas. They were yummy and very local, the staff were really helpful and patient with our lack of Spanish. 5*âs because the tapas was probably the best weâve ever tried, the restaurant was great and the staff fantastic and very welcoming even making us special tapas for us to try.
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