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Reviewed 19 March 2019 via mobile

What a discovery! They only serve a set menu, but what a menu! Subtle, surprising combinations of local, mainly organic produce and flavours in crescendo as you advance through the dishes. Thoroughly reccommendable. Must go again!

Date of visit: March 2019
Reviewed 9 September 2018

Pušáki is by far my favourite restaurant in the local area. We have visited 10 times since they opened in 2017 and every time we have been surprised with new dishes. The menu literally follows what is market fresh that day and that is because...these guys, unlike the majority of restaurants, shop with a conscience and want to produce excellent food at Km0. When you eat here you are supporting the local economy. They buy fresh, organic, local produce from local, small suppliers. Not only is this great for the environment and the local economy, it also means that the food you are eating is fresh and boasts the best flavours you can find. Of course Patricio, being an excellent chef, aids the production process and the overall result is an outstanding meal. Chef Patricio is not only an amazing chef, but an artist who loves his work. Each dish is perfectly presented. You hear the wow factor resetting across the table each time a new dish is presented. It makes the experience exciting, you just can’t wait to see what comes out next. And there is more. Diners are guaranteed a balanced meal, including plenty of vegetables, proteins and carbs - not many Spanish restaurants can claim offering this and it shows that the menus are thought through meticulously to offer the best overall taste, visual and dietary experience. Still more good news. Vegetarian, vegan or those with specific food allergies have nothing to worry about when choosing to eat here. These diners too are going to be astounded with the eating experience. Just let Sara know with plenty of notice and Patricio will design an amazing menu just for you, which you will love, as much as Patricio will love creating it for you. And there is more. They bake their own bread using natural leven giving an exceptional result. You can even buy a loaf to take home with you! You can pop in for afternoon tea and they will have an array of cookies, croissants and cakes on offer. The baking continues to impress with dessert too. I have lived in Spain for 6 years and this is the first restaurant I’ve been to where dessert matches the superb quality of the rest of the meal. The good news continues. English speaking customers are not going to get lost here either. Sara speaks excellent English and is very capable at explaining each dish, a rarity in these parts and definitely an asset amongst Pušáki´s long list of talents and attributes. In summary, Sara and Patricio have a gem of a restaurant. It is superb quality without the pretentiousness of a Michelin starred establishment. Anyone can and should enjoy an excellent and unique dining experience here. The Pušáki experience is all about fresh, amazing produce, and creative, delicious food. Sara and Patricio´s philosophy for honest and conscious shopping is a rarity and Pušáki is unique as a result. On my 20th visit I shall write my second review. There won’t be long to wait to read it. Well done Sara and Patricio. You are doing a truly exceptional job.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

This fabulous restaurant was recommended by our hosts, Javier and David, at the equally amazing El Gran Sueño and wow, but, it was everything we hoped and more. A gracious welcome, an aperitif in the cosy relaxing courtyard and then through to the rustic restaurant...to enjoy wonderful food, lovingly prepared and all for c€100 for 2 six course tasting menús including tip, wines, water and beer. You must try if you are lucky enough to be in the area. This ranks as one of our favourite meals of all time and for a fraction of the price we’ve paid in Michelin started restaurants.More

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile

Food, service, wine were so good we went twice in a row. Do not hesitate. Just go and enjoy. Food really made us happy. Patricio and Sara do an excellent job. Best food in Asturias at very democratic prices.

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed 16 July 2018

You will count yourself among the truly fortunate if you discover Pusaki--a labor of love from Sara out front and Patricio in the kitchen. In a modestly restored derelict farmhouse in a completely unremarkable tiny rural hamlet hidden in the hills of Cabranes, Patricio, alone...in the kitchen, cooks some of the best food I have ever eaten. After an 11 day trip across northern Spain focused on dining at numerous Michelin 3, 2, and 1 starred restaurants, including the big names in San Sebastian, Pusaki remains my favorite meal of the trip. Rather than focus on the wild innovation that has earned Michelin stars across Northern Spain, Patricio instead prefers to show his love and deep understanding of the subtleties of seafood which he buys daily from the fish market in Tazones about 30 min away. He creates truly elegant combinations of flavors and textures that are a delight and displays a totally natural artistry that needs no lengthy menu description or theoretical framework to help rationalize what he has created. His food is just plain good. His roast octopus with cauliflower cream and shaved almonds was brilliant--the salty bits of octopus offset by the gentle cauliflower cream with the slivers of roasted almonds complementing the slight char on the octopus. His velvet crab paella is the best crab and rice dish I have ever eaten and that includes some brilliant versions of this combination found in China. The rice is cooked in a deep, rich squid and crustacea broth and highlighted by the bright and exceptional sweetness of the velvet crabs. His plating of the dishes is delicate and beautiful matching the delicacy of the materials which are exceptionally fresh and bursting with flavor. Pusaki offers only a single six-course tasting menu that changes often and has only six tables. It is a small operation designed to remain a family run, one-man kitchen and to focus on a love a food. His menu at just €32.00 is without a doubt the best fine dining value for this quality of food anywhere in the world. You will need a reservation and cash as they do not take any other form of payment. Google maps will take you to Pusaki but when you reach there it can be a bit confusing as there is no signage and no obvious restaurant parking. I wandered around the outside of the building trying several locked doors before Sara opened a sliding frosted glass door on the south/uphill side of the building. All I can say is that if you are in Asturias it is worth driving an hour or more out of your way to sample the food of this brilliant young chef who has dedicated himself to food over notoriety. You won't be sorry.More

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

Excellent food and wine in a small restaurant in a restored old house. Friendly professional service Fixed menu and booking in advance essential. Very good value for money for food of this standard.

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

We consider ourselves lucky to have experienced Pusaki. The food is unbelievable and the restaurant itself oozing charm. We have between us a long list of food allergies and intolerances but could eat just about everything on the tasting menu. All dishes were impeccable and...the hot out of the oven gluten free bread the best we have had. A real hidden gem and incredible value. People should go out of their way to eat here.More

Date of visit: July 2018
Reviewed 22 October 2017

We were staying at the El Gran Sueno B&B (we also highly rated) and this restaurant is one that they recommended. Both the B&B and Pusaki are up in the hill, but it doesn’t get any better. It is small, cozy and rustic. We arrived...on a chilly fall evening and entered a room with a wood fireplace burning. How inviting. The food is out of this world. I can’t add anymore than the previous 9 reviews already. If you are lucky enough to eat here, then all your future meals will be forever compared to your experience here. Enjoy.More

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed 14 October 2017

During our 2 week trip to North Spain and Austrias, this was definitely the best dining experience. We had the 6 course tasting menu, all of which was superb. The service and setting was great. Our dishes included an excellent paella with crab and a...devine desert which was like a bread pudding! The wines were also very good. A truly lovely evening!More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

This is food at its best. Quiet, elegantly served dishes in a rural setting. It is a 6 course tasting menu formula and all of the courses were fabulous. I was amazed to experience hake and vegetables elevated to the highest level. The value for...money is also amazing. These guys deserve to be huge. We English speakers were made very welcome and each course was clearly explained in English. Make the trip up this hill - soon, before you cannot get a table.More

Date of visit: September 2017
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