Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Cangas do Morrazo. Cangas, also known as Cangas do Morrazo, is a seaside resort in southwestern Galicia, Spain. It is both a town and municipality in the province of Pontevedra. Its area is about 38,1 km² and has a population of around 26,087 inhabitants.
Things to do in Cangas do Morrazo
4 based on 138 reviews
In this nice restaurant on the hill, we ate very good and fresh seafood (including percebes); the service was excellent, fast and very kind. And the price in the end was more than honest for what we have been eating! For sure we'll come back!
4 based on 243 reviews
we came upon this restaurant by chance, and what a surprise! The fresh seafood and attractive presentation was a highlight. It was our first restaurant meal in Spain and O Bruno set a very high standard. Just when we thought we could not eat another thing, we were shown the dessert menu that we could not resist. The light and tasty strawberry flan decorated with berries was a special treat. The memory of this tasty dessert will linger - along with other special tastes of Spain
4 based on 117 reviews
Every dish we had was tasty and authentic. You know a place is good when the pincho leaves you wanting more. Location is great for the beach.
4 based on 343 reviews
This little restaurant snuggled at the end of the Ria de Aldan is a delight. Maria the owner is charming and runs a bustling business, serving great local food with a flourish. The restaurant is situated on the edge of the bay and you can sit under lovely awning and relax in the setting sun.We savoured pulpo with potatoes, fresh sardines and delectable rice with inky squid (chocos). This came with a perfect bottle of Alborino. Prices are super reasonable.
4 based on 207 reviews
Restaurante de cocina tradicional gallega, se aceptan reservas. Abiertos todos los dias a excepcion de los martes.En verano abrimos todos los dias.
Arriving before the locals, we had the undivided attention of our waiter who was very helpful with our food choices and regarding my being a coeliac and having to avoid gluten.We were given a picture book of the various fish and shellfish potentially on offer (those actually on offer being highlighted with a green sticker). My husband and I first chose the turbot, but our waiter suggested we also try the wild seabass. So, we ended up sharing one of each and the seabass was particularly delicious! Our children opted for steak (which was cooked exactly as requested - one rare and one well done). The homemade chips were the best chips they had during our holiday.We drank the house AlbariÃ±o - the waiter left the bottle on the table and we were charged only for the half we drank. And this was only about 4.5 euros.For pudding, there was not a great deal of choice, but my Gallegan version of creme brÃ»lÃ©e was perfect. Overall, the food was very good, the bill was extremely reasonable and our waiter was touchingly delighted that we enjoyed our meal and were so grateful for the care taken not to contaminate my meal with gluten.
4 based on 165 reviews
A lovely atmosphere, friendly staff, fine food and the best wine of our holiday topped off by a great location with harbour views. Highly, highly recommended. Desperate to plan a return visit !!
4 based on 256 reviews
Read the reviews and was recommended by our apartment owner. The food was of poor quality. We ordered an array of meals (seafood, meat, salads) and each one was disappointing. The lack of taste was concreted when I saw the chef in the kitchen carrying empty packets to throw in the bin...
4 based on 218 reviews
After days of wonderful seafood meals, we were eager to find a place to finally eat percebes (a Galician delicacie) - Casa Macillos didn't disappoint! In addition to a wonderful seafood parillada, we also ordered fried skate (raya frita), a mixed salad, another mild, white fish that the waitress recommended, beef croquetas, and a ribeye steak (entrecot). The quality of the ingredients was top notch and the fried skate was among the best fish dishes we had on the trip (although beware if you don't like to work your way around bones). We topped it off with another round of Santiago cake and the obligatory chopito (liquor shots of coffee drinks). Would love to be able to come back again!
4 based on 251 reviews
Family establishment where the freshness and quality of their products is marked well executed and well served in 4 spacious dining rooms with 4 totally independent in their different environments including smoking area and large parking areas and playgro
Si quieres comer un pescado o marisco excelentes a un precio inmejorable no dudes en ir a comer de menÃº en la zona de bar. Por 10â¬ no vale la pena hacer la comida en casa y puedes ir a comer todos los dÃas que la oferta es supervariada.Si prefieres la opciÃ³n de Restaurante, en el comedor te servirÃ¡n los mejores productos de la rÃa.La atenciÃ³n esmerada de Sito, el dueÃ±o, o Julio, el camarero "hermano de Lobezno" no te dejarÃ¡n indiferente.
4 based on 362 reviews
Visited this on an early Monday afternoon, this is known not to be a lively time for late lunch or early dinner. Those who know Vigo, know that in the same area, Pedra, where El Mosquito is located is a dozen good small eating establishment serving plain seafood. The reason for going to El Mosquito is their large wine cellar, this gives your food an additional flavour.The Arroz con Bogavante (lobster with rice) was tasty but not out of the ordinary.
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