Great place close to the cathederal and where the wine is in focus. Lots by glass with galician wines in a broad range. Nice local cheese or tapas to match with.
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It looked so promising, a nice bodega with fantastic choice of wines but the platter of jamon, chorizo and cheeses that I had was very disappointing. The serrano was hard and dry, probably the first slices of the day, and the cheeses underwhelming. Would go...More
we stopped in for a dinner with my family, and was extremely happy. The service was great, and they recommended a number of meats and cheeses we had never heard of. We did not feel like we were being unsold, or pressured in the least....More
We were very lucky and managed to get a table outside on the cobbled street which is great for people watching! The service was attentive right from the start and our waiter gave us some good suggestions of dishes to try that were a bit...More
My wife Joanna and I were camping just outside of town and made our way in for a full day of sightseeing, including Santiago's Cathedral and its museum. We took pictures of many of the pilgrims who'd just finished their long hikes and seeking refreshment,...More