Restaurants

Top Choice Galician in Santiago de Compostela

Abastos 2.0

This highly original, incredibly popular marketside eatery offers new dishes concocted daily from the market's offerings, with an emphasis on seafood. Inside is one long 12-seat table where they serve a daily changi…
Top Choice Galician in Santiago de Compostela

O Curro da Parra

With a neat little stone-walled dining room upstairs and a narrow food-and-wine bar below, always-busy Curro da Parra serves thoughtfully created, market-fresh fare, changing weekly. Everything is delicious; typical…
Top Choice Galician in Cambados

Quinta de San Amaro

The bright, big-windowed restaurant at this country boutique hotel is worth a trip from anywhere in the region for its delicious updates on traditional Galician cuisine – preparations like Iberian pork sirloin with …
Top Choice Cafe in Santiago de Compostela

Café-Jardin Costa Vella

The garden cafe of Hotel Costa Vella is the most delightful spot for breakfast (or a drink later in the day), with its fountain, a scattering of statuary and beautiful flowering fruit trees. And if the weather takes…
Top Choice Galician in Ribadavia & the Ribeiro Wine Region

Sábrego

The rustic-chic restaurant at the lovely country hotel Casal de Armán serves a seasonally changing array of excellent, chiefly Galician fare with some creative twists. Standouts include the lamb shoulder with cachel…
Top Choice Market in Santiago de Compostela

Mercado de Abastos

Santiago's food market is a fascinating, always lively scene, very clean, with masses of fresh produce from the seas and countryside attractively displayed at 300-odd stalls. Stock up on tetilla cheese, cured meats,…
Top Choice Galician in A Coruña

Adega O Bebedeiro

It's on a humble street on the northern headland and doesn't look like much from outside, but the inside is rustically neat with a conversation-inspiring assortment of Galician bric-a-brac. The food is classic home-…
Galician in Fisterra & Around

O' Fragón

Several degrees more gastronomically refined than anywhere else in the district, O' Fragón serves beautifully prepared, market-based, mainly fish and seafood dishes in a stylish, picture-windowed dining room. Servic…
Fusion in Santiago de Compostela

Casa Marcelo

Take an adventure into Galician-Asian fusion at Michelin-starred Marcelo, where the thing is to order several small-to-medium-sized dishes to share – the likes of crab temaki, rabbit-and-mushroom chung fun, steak ta…
Galician in Ourense

Casa do Pulpo

Facing the cathedral wall across a narrow street, this local favourite doesn't just do perfect pulpo (octopus) but also other tasty Galician items such as zamburiñas (small scallops), xoubas (pilchards) and raxo (sp…