Restaurants

Seafood in San Sebastián

Bokado

Part of the aquarium complex, stylish Bokado is all about the views. First there are the memorable panoramas over the Bahía de la Concha, and then there is the food, which looks so good you'll be wanting to snap pi…
Seafood in San Sebastián

Kata 4

An urbane crowd gather at this fashionable spot near the Maria Cristina hotel to feast on fresh-off-the-boat oysters, delicious tuna and fruit pintxos, and refined seafood dishes. As well as pintxos, there's a daily…
Seafood in San Sebastián

La Mejíllonera

If you thought mussels only came with garlic sauce, come here to discover them by the thousand in all their glorious forms. Mussels not for you? Opt for the calamari and patatas bravas (fried potatoes with a spicy t…
Seafood in San Sebastián

Branka

Well-presented dishes with an emphasis on seafood and seasonal ingrediants are the hallmarks of this restaurant with spectacular views over the Bahía de la Concha. We're big fans of the squid, octopus and asparagus …
Seafood in San Sebastián

Restaurante Alberto

A charming old seafood restaurant with a fishmonger-style window display of the day’s catch. It’s small and friendly, and the pocket-sized dining room feels like it was once someone’s living room. The food is earthy…
Seafood in San Sebastián

Kaskazuri

Upmarket Basque seafood is all the rage in this flash restaurant, which is built on a raised platform allowing views of the former home of your dinner. It cooks up a storm with the €19 menú del día (daily set menu).
Seafood in San Sebastián

Restaurante Mariñela

You pay for the fabulous harbourfront setting, but the location guarantees that the fish is so fresh it may flop back off your plate and swim away. There are several similar neighbouring places.
Seafood in San Sebastián

Bodegón Alejandro

This oft-praised casual restaurant has a menu from which you can select such succulent treats as cod in olive oil with a crab stew, squid cooked in its own ink or just plain-old baked lobster.
Seafood in San Sebastián

Bar Goiz-Argi

Gambas a la plancha (prawns cooked on a hotplate) are the house speciality. Sounds simple, we know, but never have we tasted prawns cooked quite as perfectly as this.