Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Vigo. Vigo (/ˈviːɡoʊ/, Galician: [ˈbiɣo], locally [ˈbiħo, -xo], Spanish: [ˈbiɣo]) is a city and municipality in the province of Pontevedra, in Galicia, northwest Spain on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the capital of the comarca of Vigo and Vigo metropolitan area.
Things to do in Vigo
4 based on 752 reviews
Choose Our area Located in the heart of Vigo's touristic zone, Casa Vella lets you enjoy the best dishes in a cozy atmosphere that contrasts with the famous and picturesque Oysters Street, full of dynamism and movement. Next to it, A Pedra market and the
High-quality, extremely fresh seafood. Traditional fare superbly executed. We went there for percebes and were crestfallen when the waiter said there might not be any left, but fortunately there were. We also had a fish soup that was light and delicious, and padron (peppers). Excellent albarino wine accompanied.
4 based on 801 reviews
This appeared to be one of the better restaurants that are in, or on the fringe of Constitution Square and did a good job of Padrons and Iberico Pork and spuds.. Service was without a smile but that is the way. An enjoyable spot to watch the crowds partying.Do not expect style or innovation but the food was good quality at a reasonable price.
4 based on 152 reviews
An excellent experience on the whole : The food was delicious; fresh fish and shellfish prepared with an oriental twist, the waitress, Lorena, was simply adorable( it felt like saying goodbye to a friend when we were leaving) and the open kitchen permitted talking to the chefs. The place is tiny with few tables but we arrived early and luckily found a table without reservation. It was a great evening and I am very glad that we chose NiÃ±o Corvo for the one and only dinner we had while staying in underrated Vigo.
4 based on 249 reviews
Organic restaurant. All our dishes are cooked without gluten. We have healthy food options for all tastes. Variety of vegan and vegetarian dishes. The menu also includes meat and fish dishes. Menu of the day from Monday to Friday.
Absolute gem on the sea walk in Vigo. This little family run place is delightful and the folks here are so wonderful and kind. The food is absolutely perfect and made with mindfulness. If you are looking for a delicious, yet filling and healthy lunch,this is the place. They cater for everyone and,considering how hard finding wholesome plant based and gluten free food is in southern Europe, Vigo really wins with this little restaurant. I had an aubergine roll and lentils curry which were delicious. I also had a fantastic and refreshing lemonade and although I thought dessert was a push,I actually shared with my friend and loved both vegan choices of rice pudding and orange "cheese" cake. I feel like I can take on the world now and so excited to have found this place which I will 100% come back to. It is not exclusively vegan but offers amazing vegan choices and everything is free from pesticides,hormones and added junk! The atmosphere is so pleasant with a simple and clean decor which still allows you to feel cosy and welcome. Sitting by the window looking at the sea is def a plus! Cannot wait to come back!Muchas gracias ChantNos alegra mucho que tuvierais tan buena experiencia con nosotros y que nos recomiendes. Estaremos encantados en volver atenderos en vuestra prÃ³xima visita a Vigo.Un salud.oEcoSlowfood sabe mejor
4 based on 914 reviews
Loved the avocado dish and the recommended bottle of wine matched all the food very nicely. Reasonably priced and great customer service. Waiter explained the menu and had chats with us about the dishes through out the dinner. We got a table without reservation around 7.30 pm but shortly after, all the tables were occupied.
4 based on 1145 reviews
We always wanted to have lunch here during this visit as we had fantastic fish dishes here before! We had no reservation, but the patron was super helpful as he allowed us to use a late booked table. We were hungry so time was on our side :-))Fantastic food and wine at very reasonable prices. The service was excellent and our waitress taught us some Spanish as well!!
4 based on 638 reviews
We tried the complete tasting menu and it was really good. A great attention to the raw materials and flavour matching. The price is definitely affordable considering the quality of food and service and the Michelin star!
4 based on 1457 reviews
We selected this restaurant due to its rating and we now understand why this restaurant is highly rated From the front of house till the last dish it was a amazing experience The food wad prepared perfect and we can recommend the suckling lamb and the dessert chocolate soup This restaurant can be recommend to any food lover welldone
4 based on 399 reviews
We booked this restaurant based on Tripadvisor recommendation and we were not disappointed. The tapas dishes were different from the usual tapas offered and beautifully prepared. There is an extensive wine list and we had a great Rioja. I think we were the only non-Spanish guests on a Monday lunchtime but the restaurant was full and buzzing. We especially enjoyed the langoustines and finished our meal with lovely local Galician cheese.
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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