We stopped here for some drinks! The bar staff are experts at what they do and your glass will never be empty. Well worth a visit.
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A wonderful lunch was shared but we did book our table and the restaurant filled for lunch. The cider pouring was a treat. We shared our meat dish and that was a great choice, as we didn't let any go to waste.
Coming from very expensive places as Donosti or Zarautz this place was heaven. Very big portions, asked a salad for share and was enough only with that for dinner, duck was excellent and a very big portion as all of them. Nice cider and they...More
Very rude staff. Ordered drinks which didn't arrive waaaaaay after starters. Mains was absolutely terrible. We asked for Seabass and after ten minutes were told they ran out!!! ??? We are in gijon how do you run out of Seabass??? Anyway waiter recommend monk fish....More
My husband and me had one of the menus del día at lunch time, it was a bit pricey,but the quality of the food and service was amazing. I would be give it a 5 star, but sometimes in the bar the waiters can be...More
Our waiter was very good and the service was very fast, but they didn't rush us. The food was very good and not expensive. The interior is beautiful and rustic. Because of the high ceiling, it's not noisy and loud, which is very important I...More
Very busy place which had been recommended. Lots of character. Was very busy but we were lucky to get a seat. I don't speak Spanish so I struggled a bit but I joined in the cider experience and had some dinner. The food was great....More
Our last night in Gijon should be special, and we had carefully chosen La Galana. And we certainly were not disappointed. We had booked a table on the terrace - amazing atmosphere, and outstanding service. The food was perfect. We got salad, octopus, lamb, beef,...More
Had one evening in Gijon and wanted something memorable for spouse birthday. As he loves cider thought this would be perfect spot. Although not able to speak Spanish the staff were very good and through gesticulation and pointing we got our messages and requests across....More