Eastern Picos restaurants

Top Choice Cantabrian in Fuente Dé & Southeastern Picos

Hotel del Oso

One of the region's outstanding restaurants, the flower-fringed Hotel del Oso has been pleasing the public with its fantastic cocido montañés (stewed white beans, cabbage, potato, chorizo, black pudding and sometime…
Cantabrian in Potes & the Liébana Valley

Asador Llorente

For super-generous helpings of fresh, high-quality local food, head upstairs to this warm, wood-beamed loft-like space with Picos photos and a tiny trickling fountain. Carnivores should try the Liébana speciality co…
International in Potes & the Liébana Valley

La Soldrería

La Soldrería's back patio is a brilliant place to kick back on a sunny afternoon, sipping local cider and sampling the half-Cantabrian, half-international menu. Specialties include tempura shrimp, veggie couscous, c…
Cantabrian in Potes & the Liébana Valley

Posada de Cucayo

The next-door farm provides most of the meat, eggs and vegetables you'll taste in the good-value restaurant of this Cucayo hotel. Advance notice is required, as during busy periods the restaurant is open to hotel gu…
Cantabrian in Fuente Dé & Southeastern Picos

Vicente Campo

In the heart of tiny Espinama, this roadside eatery serves up honest Cantabrian fare that makes ample use of the family's own livestock. Dishes range from estofado de añojo al vino tinto (veal stewed in red wine) to…
Pub Food in Potes & the Liébana Valley

Taberna del Inglés

Enjoy drinks and light meals such as omelettes, bocadillos (filled rolls) and local cheese raciones at the wonderfully original Taberna del Inglés, where beautiful hand-painted murals adorn the walls.
Cantabrian in Potes & the Liébana Valley

El Bodegón

Snack on raciones of Cantabrian cheeses, Galician-style octopus or cured meats in the lively, dimly lit bar – or settle into the elegant, stone-walled, wood-beamed restaurant for traditional mountain fare such as fa…
Cantabrian in Potes & the Liébana Valley

Casa Cayo

You'll eat incredibly well at the restaurant of this central Potes hotel. The menu is particularly strong on meats, such as solomillo (tenderloin) with blue Tresviso cheese, or the local speciality lechazo asado (ro…
Cantabrian in Potes & the Liébana Valley

Casa Favila

Local cheeses and hearty stews figure prominently at this little local restaurant with a traditional, slightly grandmotherly vibe. With an Asturian chef in the kitchen, it's also a good place to try fabada asturiana…
Cantabrian in Fuente Dé & Southeastern Picos

Restaurante Remoña

Attached to its eponymous hostal (budget hotel) 3.5km southeast of Fuente Dé, this restaurant serves excellent home-cooked local dishes, including beef from the owners' farm.