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10 reviews of La Dársena del Pescador Restaurant

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Really nice place and great food

This is a wonderful place that I'd really recommend for quiet dinner in a pleasant atmosphere. It's located in the port area opposite the beach of La Ribera, and is one of the most popular restaurants in the area.

We asked around for a good seafood place, and we were directed to La Dársena, as it’s commonly known. I can say that after having eaten there, it's a very wise choice.

In summer, there's usually an outdoor terrace for starters and trying the huge variety of tapas on offer, many of which are based around seafood. The bar itself is quite large and spacious and to the right of the entrance there are a few tables with benches to sit and eat. The vibe is quite informal, but the eating experience is pure luxury.

As in many other places, the best part is at the end. Head to the end of the bar, pass by the kitchen on the left, turn right and you walk into a spectacular dining room. The decor is very modern and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. It'll make your lunch/dinner feel twice as good! All very new and very cool.

Regarding the food: eureka! I hadn't eaten that well in a while. Generous portions, excellent ingredients, and detailed, home-made dishes with gorgeous presentation. Here's what we ate: a tuna salad with a huge chunk of goat cheese; the tuna was locally-caught, of supreme quality, and there was lots of it! Then we had grilled octopus with a potato and saffron foam. I'm used to boiled octopus, but we were suggested to try it grilled and I only have one word: amazing. The foam added a great twist. Then we had scallop gratin. They gratin the scallop "a la sal," and the result was a rich, meaty scallop. Then on to the wild turbot. When you remove the skin of a wild turbot, you can really notice the quality, and this one was top notch. It also came in a finger-licking sauce.

To top off this great feast, we had a chocolate cake and custard, and washed it all down with a white wine perfect for the meal (the house Albariño goes down very easy). I assure you that you’ll be very, very satisfied.

There are cheaper restaurants in the area, no doubt, but for what we ate, both in quantity and quality, and the environment in which we did it, I didn't find it at all expensive. I've paid considerably more in many other places without getting fish that good.

In short, if you want to treat yourself to fresh and high-quality seafood (although they also had some great-looking meats), Dársena is your place. Don't hesitate to stop by.

After having tried all the others, Dársena, for me at least, is THE restaurant in Suances.
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A place to discover

The other day we had dinner at "La Darsena" in Suances. From the outside, it doesn't look like anything special. We love this place and we plan to go back when we return to Santander. It was an exquisite dinner with top quality products and a relaxed atmosphere.
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Calle el Muelle, 23
Calle el Muelle, 23
La Dársena del Pescador Restaurant Opening Hours
mon 9:00 - 1:30
tue 9:00 - 1:30
wed 9:00 - 1:30
thu 9:00 - 1:30
fri 9:00 - 1:30
sat 9:00 - 1:30
sun 9:00 - 1:30
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