Cerveseria Brasseria Gallega
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Cerveseria Brasseria Gallega information
You could walk right by this modest establishment without giving it a second glance. If you did, you’d notice it was chock-full of locals immersed in animated banter and surrounded by plates of abundant Galician classics. The fresh pulpo a la gallega (spicy octopus chunks with potatoes) as starter confirms this place is a cut above the competition.
Waiters have little time for loitering, but always a quick quip. The setting is simple, the meat dishes succulent and the fideuà (similar to paella but with vermicelli noodles as the base) full of seafood flavour.