Had an excellent lunch here whilst walking from Redondela to Caldas de Reis. Pulpo was great, as were the Pimientos and Venus clams. Had a great bottle of Ribeira and refuelled perfectly for our further trip. Highly recommendable!
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For our 5th Tapas Night, since we were not really so happy with the tapas places we've been to, we asked my brother-in-law his recommendations and the dishes that we should try. -- And he was right. It was the first time that my husband...More
After a bit of sightseeing in Pontevedra we zigzagged our way through the nice old town. There are so many places where you can eat it is difficult to choose. We walked by this place and were attracted by the huge pot with boiling octopuses...More
This is usually our to go place for a big group dinner, impromptu lunch or when a foreign visitor shows up. Typical Galician food at good prices and good service. It always delivers. You can make a reservation for big groups or if it's a...More
Locals and tourists are enjoying true homemade Galician cooking. And it is not only the great Pulpo or Polbo: they have plenty of fresh seafood and tasty tapas. Even Caldo Gallego! It is a place to share plates and drink viños galegos, like Ribeiro Cacheiro...More
Really amazing "pulpo"!! It is cooked right in front of the restaurant and the quality is incredible! Recommended a visit here, also price is almost cheap!!
Table had pulpo á feria, gambas á la plancha, pimentos de Padrón, albariño, chupito. All excellent. The kind of Gallician cooking you read about - simple ingredients, perfectly done. Service quick, unpretentious, warm. A place you'd travel to eat in.
So good we went back the next evening. Unassuming little restaurant near the Parador, with very friendly service and lovely local food. Nothing fancy, but cooked well and good value.
I'd been told that this restaurant was a local favorite and now I understand why. Great seafood. Fresh and served simply.