Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Perillo, Province of A Coruna, Spain including Marisqueria Rios, El Mirador del Madrileno, Restaurante Rio Ulla, Restaurante la Sarten de Coruna, A Mundina, Manda Truco
4 based on 254 reviews
We called into this Family run restaurent on our way back from the Tower,the owners were very friendly & bent over backwards to help us with the menu.This is a place for real seafood ,no nonsense just excellent service from the Bulgarian lassie ,cracking grub.Try the local white wine it is pure nectar.
4 based on 680 reviews
A MundiÃ±a is a rock found in Costa Cabana de Bergantinos in the Corme and Laxe. Our place of origin and the place from which most of the products we offer daily. The markets of A Costa da Morte are our pantry, also its extraordinary garden, the bread of C
I was very disappointed having read all the reviews. Our starters were literally a plate of tasteless prawns and a crab. The main course was greasy oily beans with no seasoning and a piece of sea bass which didn't taste of anything. My partner had a piece of veal which was huge and nothing like veal we had ever had. The chips were anaemic and under seasoned. The service was excellent until she asked if my meal was ok and I said no and she completely disregarded what I said. Don't on if ffod is not good but to ignore completely that I didn't like it was poor.
4 based on 650 reviews
All seafood and fish in this restaurant were cooked to perfection. The restaurant had an English menu, and although staff did not speak much English, they more than made up for some difficulties in communication with their charm and readiness to help. We had a fantastic evening.
4 based on 154 reviews
My God! What a feast! 1) Percebes ; 2) Cigalas ;3) giant crab Centollo; Lubina ; 4)Super salad 5) Lubina, excellent fish and Galician deserts a) Filloas and Millefeuilles with cream. 4 wines. One Riveiro, another Riveiro and a Mencia a nice red from Galicia. And finally Oloroso dulce *sweet, 30 years old. Marvellous. The ownefishok care of us, because our guest goes always to this very nice place. The waiter the best I have seen in many years profesional, attentive and very polite. Wonderful restaurant. We were 7 persons in total
4 based on 94 reviews
Typical cuisine of Galicia. Family atmosphere. Great for business or familiar lunch/dinner, casual snacking.
The Madrileno harkens back to 1935, but the setting and decor could not be more modern. We were seated by the window, which provides a wonderful view of Santa Cristina beach, with windsurfers and para-sail surfers racing back and forth. The appetizers, were excellent: Fried squid and shrimp Spanish style ("a la Romana"), were delicious. Tender and juicy, each retained its own distinct flavor and texture. The scallop pie ("Empanada de Vieras") was everything you could ask for: a melody of flavors sandwiched by layers of spongy pastry.I asked for monk fish in shrimp sauce ("Rape en Salsa de Gambas"), tender and flavorful, approaching the ultimate monk fish. My parents had "mero," a kind of grouper that they report was as delicious as it looked. No salad or vegetables were served with the meal, so you may want to order some with your meal. I skipped dessert for a cup of espresso and a taste of "Orujo." Orujo is the Galician version of Grappa or Schnapps, though for the money it is a smoother, more delicate concoction than its Italian and Germanic counterparts. Alas, I did not pay, so I can't give a good sense of the final tab, but from the prices on the menu, I would say this is a moderately expensive restaurant. Well worth the price.
4 based on 365 reviews
I come here often and find this to be one of my favorite restaurants. Great seafood at very reasonable prices in a nice setting and with good service.
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