You can enjoy some delicious tapas here. The highlights are the steamed mussels. The service is excellent and very friendly. The location is a bit hidden but you can take as a reference a local bar called Vanadero and La Bodega is located in the alley on the corner of the bar.
Highly recommended. In summer, you can usually only reserve a table for more than 10 people but if you arrive before 10:00 you will usually get a table. The tortilla is the best in Galicia, as are the beef tenderloin steaks. The best surprise is the price. A bargain. I've not missed a visit here for 10 years.
Hello, On Friday November 30th we will have a day of pintxos and tapas, a free tasting. The objective is to match different tapas with wine, and they are all tasty. We start at 19:00 and run until you drop. I recommend you try our close and familiar, we recommend the best insurance plan. We always have delicious tapas like scrambled seaweed and octopus, and the best fish. Some of them little known outside the local market so if it is a new dining experience. Of course we must use our Galician soup!
Very close to Plaza del Mar is a great option for going out for a drink in this Galician town. It's not a big place but you can enjoy some good Galician specialities, such as roasted ham, sandwiches and other dishes at pretty good prices. At night, this is also one of the best bars for good nightlife.
This place specializes in home cooking, making it a great place to eat while you're spending a few days at the beach. Sanxenxo's restaurants and cafes are, on the whole, a bit more expensive than the Galician average, even moreso in summer, so be sure to look at the menu before making a decision about where to eat. The portions are small compared to what you'll eat in other nearby villages, but on the plus side, everything is very clean and fresh. It's near to the beach, although not right on the sand.
You are welcomed by the staff as soon as you walk through the door. As for the food, it was great quality at a good price. Javier grills the steaks in front of diners. They really made us feel at home. Thanks and Greetings from Alcoy (Alicante)
Located in the Marina, we were surprised to find a table so easily (it was not empty at all, but the restaurant is large) and, above all, no waiting in August. It's not the best Italian I've had, but it was okay. They let us dine on a sort of terrace (large balcony) with great views of the harbor, but complicating the work of the waiters, who were always super friendly.
One of the best dining options in Sanxenxo! They have a menu for 15 € with generous portions and great quality, with several options to choose between. Unbeatable views and service, too. Very highly recommended.
On my recent trip to the Rías Baixas, the staff at the apartments where we stayed recommended a place to eat: the restaurant Casa Zulema. Specializing in traditional cuisine, the best thing about it (besides the food, of course) is its magnificent terrace overlooking the sea and the garden. In addition to seafood and fresh fish from the river, they serve some good squid with rice, flavored rice with lobster and amazing baked cheesecake, all made with local produce. All washed down with a delicious Albariño. With its great value for money and its friendly staff, Zulema House is the perfect restaurant to eat on a summer day after a morning at the beach. Interestingly, the Spanish football team ate there in 2001.....so it must be good.
Great food, price and service. An EXCELLENT CHOICE for food in Sanxenxo's marina. Located in one of the alleys of the port (a narrow alley currently under construction), this small bar often goes unnoticed but is worth knowing. Great tapas, typical of the area including mussels, cockles, peppers, and daily specials.
We were in Sanxenxo looking for a good place to eat and we found this place. To start, we ordered a grilled octopus which was served in a hot pan with charcoal underneath, so it continues to cook at your table. It had a spectacular flavor and tender texture. The main course was grilled meat for 2, consisting of boneless chicken, sirloin steak, homemade sausage, Shish kebab, pork ribs, and lamb but there was so much that we only ate about about half. The interesting thing is that the dining room has an oven with coals, making the place feel very rustic. The desserts were very good, I ordered a kind of black chocolate crepe with almonds .. delicious and my partner tried some plums from Porto, a very typical dish. My partner chose a wine from the Bierzo area with a Mencia grape, a full-bodied wine, soft and ideal for young meat, with fruity tones. The total bill was € 32 including VAT / person. RECOMMENDED!