Had pollo alajiyo, chicken garlic which was very dry. Waitress was unfriendly. Location is great, hence the three stars.
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The Asturian breads are delicious, a great mixture of flavours and textures. However, the fish - we had the hake and sea bream - were cooked in yeoman style, large quantities swimming, one in an insipid tomato, the other in an oversalted cider, sauce. Overcooked...More
Fresh fish cooked properly Service although is mediocre The menu doesn't show prices for most of the fish available and you get the final bill with a surprise. Same for the wine they don't bring you a wine list if you don't ask for it.
We split the chopped squid salad (18euro), and the black rice squid (same?), and a bottle of Verdejo from Rueda (servers recommendation). Extremely delicious - very delicate squid in both, the two of us couldn't finish it all! Service was excellent, they took us into...More
Excellent food in a typical Asturian restaurant. This restaurant also doubles up as a Sidreria ( Bar & tapas ) and a Marisqueria (Sea Food). But beware !! The portions here are humongous. The waiters will not tell you this. Try sharing if you're a...More
Among the row of sidrerias along this road , this one has more of the feel of a proper restaurant with be-suited waiters and white tablecloths. I don't really understand why previous rooms make such a big thing of the difficulty of getting a table...More
After a bit of a wait on a nice hot evening, even after booking, we secured an outside table, generally the food reflected the character of the restaurant, all bustle and not so much care. A great place to while away an evening, the sidre...More
Probably one of the most rude restaurant experiences I have ever had. Thankfully I had the presence of mind to leave before I even got a seat. There are more waiters than diners. I'd say 20+ and what a lazy bunch. Only interested in talking...More