Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Corrubedo including Xouba, CASA BOTO, Punto na Boca de Boto, Etel and Pan, Fogon Retiro Da Costina, O Pirata, O Fragon restaurante, Restaurante A Lareira, D'alvaro, Mar Viva, Restaurante Filigrana
4 based on 405 reviews
We were just lucky that this wonderful restaurant was located in our hotel, which itself was a jewel. My wife had the tuna and avocado salad. Fresh and delicious. I ordered the pork ribs, which was tender, flavorful and served with a delicious red wine reduction and apple puree. Scrumptious! White tablecloth service which was impeccable and the atmosphere in this 18th century building was a throwback (musically and atmospherically) to a classier, cooler, America in the 40's and 50's. Dean Martin era background music? Didn't see that coming. A great experience. Top recommendation
4 based on 422 reviews
We found this place on our Galician seaside journey after trying lots of more typical/local restaurants. When you enter this place looks like a fish market. Beautiful fresh fish and seafood. You pick what you like and that's what you get! The chef can tell you lots of detail about the fish selection which can help you choose. Once you made up you mind on the food your escorted upstairs to the cozy restaurant. The waiter was very attentive, had proper wine knowledge and made us feel at home. The food was amazing. The shells were perfectly done and the fish grilled and cut exactly as we hoped for. This place is a clear recommendation!
4 based on 575 reviews
Our party of 3, after a long day hiking and sightseeing, was eagerly looking forward to a "special" dinner in this highly regarded restaurant. I'm happy to say we were not disappointed. The dining room has a lovely maritime ambience (the website pictures are accurate!). The dining room is medium sized but the tables are fairly close together. However, it was a quiet night, with only two other tables occupied when we visited. So I can't comment on what it would be like if full.Service was helpful and efficient and the staff were very friendly. Menus were available in English if required.For starters we had: Pimientos Padron, Sopa de Marisco and Ensalada de Pina. All good portions, excellent quality and very tasty. For mains; Bacalso Brasa, Solomillo and Paletilla Cordero. All had the "wow" factor.Washed down with a bottle of the house recommended Refugallo Godello (â¬18) and two (pushed the boat out!) bottles of Refugallo (Ribeira Sacra) @ â¬16. The 0.5l bottles of water were only â¬1.50, no rip off here.The total bill (before tip) came to â¬126.50, food cost just â¬72 of that figure. An excellent meal, great value and overall a very enjoyable experience.
4 based on 422 reviews
Traditional galician food, fresh stuff from local supplier
Been in Fisterra a week Not had a bad meal.this was one of the best.garlic grilled prawns very good .could have done with more garlic. Hake was excellent .the Memsahib chose calamari for starter. Can be difficult to get right but was spot on as was the monkfish. All in all a very good meal helpful staff and good value. Would definitely eat here again
4 based on 439 reviews
Market Kitchen Restaurant , product and Proximity. We work only local , fish , seafood, meat , organic vegetables products; We are located in an idyllic location , with the view across the Sea, the beach, the Monte Pindo , El Puerto de Finisterre, from th
Visited twice, once when the mist had descended and yesterday with a clear sky and a superb view from on high.Delighted to see the restaurant full on saturday night. They do deserve it. from other Tripadvisor reviews we opted for the tasting menu with accompanying wines and enjoyed every bite. The menu is on the webpage but particular mention must go to the lightly battered deep fried scorpionfish which we agreed might have been the most exquisitively beautiful and tasty fish we ever sampled. Another mention must go to the excellent Gin & Tonics at the end of the meal made expertly by the boss himself.Incredible value for money and every morsel delightful
4 based on 997 reviews
We wanted one nice seafood dinner before we left Fisterra and TripAdvisor reviews pointed to O Pirata. Good advice! Shell fish was amazingly fresh (we saw one of the employees carry it in off the docks). The table service was friendly and helpful(not always the case in Spain). Definitely going back next time we are in Fisterra.
4 based on 243 reviews
During the Christmas holidays, I had the pleasure to visit one of those little treasures where you feel welcome and not overwhelmed, where the owner tries to please you and make an experience that you will remember for years to come. O Retiro da Costina in Santa Comba is a secluded, hard to reach niche restaurant. Far from everything it deserves its very own detour. When facing the building, you expect nothing or hardly anythingâ¦ But it is when Manuel greets you at the door, when you realize that this is a piece of Eden, hidden for you. We started with some anchovies at the basement, giving us time to enjoy the magnificent cellar. The anchovies were clean, less salty, meticulously damped in sweet Galician olive oil that we, as Manuel suggested, did not hesitate to taste with our breadâ¦ The chosen wine, a fruity happy Godello, went perfectly with our introduction to Manuelâs world. Upstairs, a big, square white table was waiting for us all. A mixture of minimalistic, rustic, Medieval dÃ©cor and a touch of freshness received us at the table. First things first, we were offered a cup of hot consome made of galiÃ±a de Mos, a delicate serving in a flowery cup for a smooth, velvety welcome. Next came the xurelo afumado with vinegar perles paired with sparkling champagne, to follow with my favorite of all, an immaculate scallop in soft and crispy tempura with a refreshing lemon mousse. The pairing for the scallop was, this time, an incredible Ribeiro from A Teixa which, to my taste, was sufficiently consistent to pair light meats. The vegetables with egg and ham were themselves a great bridge to the last and most consistent plate: the hare caneloni. The meat was served with La Nieta and a bottle from la ViÃ±a de Andres, both excellent wines by themselves but even better when served with such an amazing food. Manuel was with us at all times, making recommendations, suggestions. He is a humble man that tries to please without interfering with the whole experience. After lunch, dessert was served by the pastry chef, a young man from Naron. The arroz con leche cream was superb, creamy, soft, perfectly sweet. The second dessert, mandarine ice cream with turron popcorn was surprising. Perhaps less keen on the presentation (it seemed to lack a coherent line) but perfect in flavor. Coffee came at the Cava and private smoking club. This area has been organized as an old Bristish club with a modern twist: white leather sofas, soft lights and an amazing collection of liqueurs and cigars. We had another bottle of champagne, this time a strong rose and drank the first coffee, made like in the fifties. An amazing show to end a very pleasant meal. The second coffee, stronger and, to my taste, richer, was followed by two amazing gin tonics that Manuel prepared in front of us. The area was clean, the air pure. You could hardly smell the cigars and, then, only the nice smell of good tobacco. When it comes to price, O Retiro da Costina is not a surprise: the selection of wines, the exquisite food, the lovely after-meal come with a price. But I would say that nobody leaves the restaurant without a smile on their faces, despite the price. A nice day, 5 hours well spent with family and friends. Good memories galore. Thanks, Manuel.
4 based on 321 reviews
Delicious , non greasy fabulous food. Courteous helpful service. We shared the scrambled eggs, and a large avocado and Galician cheese salad, I also requested a chicken dish without bread and the best potatoes we've eaten in Spain arrived with grilled chicken. Perfect. It was so hot, the shaded seating areas were full, so we went upstairs. Puddings are all cold dishes, already made ( whether on the premises or not, I don't know) we shared a little tiramisu and finished with coffee, served with a little heart- shaped ginger biscuit. Clearly successful, as even mid September on a Friday at 1530 they were full of every nationality. Highly recommended.
4 based on 201 reviews
Cocina de aldea e mercado
The restaurant is in an unassuming spot a mile or so outside Noia - easy to miss (look out for the cafÃ©/tabaco next door). We visited for lunch twice, and both times were the first to eat, despite it being nearly 2pm! We are out at the back, under cover but in the very pretty garden. The menu is small, and you might need to spend a bit of time translating it! Highlights for us were the sardines (served simply, dressed with oil and balsamic, and a few tomatoes), and the octopus (served on a purÃ©e of vegetables). All dishes came with very good warm bread rolls. The house AlbariÃ±o is excellent, and less than â¬2 a glass. A few small dishes shared between the 4 of us were plenty. The kids enjoyed the three chocolate mousse dessert. Service very good - friendly and helpful, from both the waiter and the lady chef who came out to check things were going well. â¬63 for 4 of us, including drinks. We returned two days later, with grandparents this time, and added two bottles of wine and slightly more expensive main dishes (also to share), and the total was a very reasonable â¬150.
4 based on 179 reviews
We had such a lovely time with Maritina ans Antonio! They were the best and kindest hosts we have ever experienced! The food is absolutely delicious. Honest Galicien Cuisine and you can taste the quality of the products they use. The seafood is especially tasty! Thank you for making our stay in the region that much better !
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.