Noia (Galician pronunciation: [ˈnɔja]) is a town and municipality in the autonomous community of Galicia in northwestern Spain. It is the capital of the comarca with the same name. It has a population of 14,947 inhabitants (2010), being situated in the Province of A Coruña, some 20 miles west of Santiago de Compostela near the mouth of the Tambre river.
Things to do in Noia
4 based on 63 reviews
El restaurante tiene a la entrada una barra con mesas y al fondo el comedor con unas 6 mesas aproximadamente.
La carta deja que desear, porque empezamos a pedir cosas y no tenian, en vez de avisarlo antes.
Fuimos 3 con botella de vino, pulpo, calamares, almejas ( la salsa estaba para chuparse lo dedos) percebes muy ricos y calientes y de 2 postres, botella de agua. Salimos por 25e por persona.
4 based on 191 reviews
We enjoyed a lovely family meal in this restaurant in Noia. While the menu was not available in English the chef was happy to translate the menu for us. The hake with green sauce was exceptionally nice as was the sirloin steak. We would definitely recommend this restaurant if you are in Noia.
4 based on 463 reviews
First of all, the staff is wonderful. The gambas al ajillo was the best I have had in Spain. The flan is fantastic. The veal chop is tasty but slightly tough. The papas Freitas are grand even if a little under cooked. Well worth the walk and exploring needed to find it. Will return tomorrow for the famous cheese cake.
4 based on 44 reviews
Their Terrace is under stone arches, not far from an otherwise not too busy street. The kind of no-nonsense, unpretentious place - I have to admit - I prefer to restaurants playing big. In two dinners we were not disappointed, everything was fresh and tasted good, although perhaps not very remarkable. And, all this at an acceptable price. Their wines are also good and reasonably priced, for around and even under €15. (Not the case in many, for wine less lucky tourist resorts in other Med countries, such as Croatia or Greece, not to mention Turkey.) One starter I recall and liked was Empanado Mais, fish coated in polenta, worth a try. Service was also helpful and sufficiently good, I could hardly imagine how those stories triggering negative comments could unfold.
3.5 based on 129 reviews
Tipical Galician food in Pazo da Costa 1300 Century.
Great place to stop for glass of vine. Beautiful historical site, standard tasty food. The tavern is definitely worth the stop.
3.5 based on 56 reviews
Delicious food, loved the pastas particularly the cannelloni. Helpful friendly staff. Don't visit noya without paying Mamma Mia a visit.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Ambiente simpatico e tranquillo. servizio veloce ed attento.
Cucina curata e saporita. Eccellenti le capesante alla salsa di vino; buone la scaloppina e le cozze (fra le più grandi che abbia mai mangiato). Non male i dolci.
Prezzi nella media, ma il rapporto qualità-prezzo è alto.
Un ristorante da raccomandare
4 based on 154 reviews
Fantastic tapas, recommended by our hotel. Waiter spoke excellent English and was very helpful advising us on the local specialities, highly recommended.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
3.5 based on 32 reviews
Hemos comido de menu a 10e de primero habia tortilla española, sopa o garbanzos con callos y de segundo sardinas, jamon cocido. Postre queso con membrillo o helado.
Los callos estaban geniales, buenisimos y algo picantes. La pena las sardinas, nos les quedaban y me pusieron una sardina enorme y un trozo de merluza, no me gusta por lo que me gustaria que me lo hubieran consultado. El postre queso con membrillo buenosimo.
Son muy amables
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