I was unaware that Tierra Astur was part of a chain. The first time I visited one was in Avilés and I was surprised by its decoration which makes the restaurant unique. They keep their bar, surrounded by pourers and decorated everywhere with bottles of cider. The restaurant tables are quite original and made out of old cider barrels. A perfect addition to a classic Asturian dinner.
We were having dinner here for two adults and two children. We had the special house salad with a ham that was heavenly, fried anglerfish, quite a rich cheese cake and scorpionfish accompanied by a bottle of cider and bottle of water. We ate pretty well and as it was August it was buzzing, with everyone liking it so much. The price was not very cheap at €70.
During Holy Week we were in Gijón and Avilés, we were recommended the old "The Inn" but we asked a girl in the street and she told us that the best place to eat was the "Casa Lin" and she was right. The dishes are authentic and XXL size is not an exaggeration. We ordered beans with clams and there was enough for 3 servings! As were the beans! We ordered a squid in ink which was also XXL and had an amazing flavor. The treatment was more than pleasant, it is one of those places that you recommend to everyone because you ate so well and it leaves you with a good taste. They pour a good cider ... but if you want to eat there is also a bar to have a drink and a little skewer. It is attached to the train tracks behind Plaza Carballo.
We went to this restaurant on recommendation of a website and the experience was a good one. We ate a daily menu for 11 euros and the truth is that the portions were plentiful. Our starters and main meals were delicious. If you have an option do not hesitate to try this restaurant.
The fact is that the quality and price of the menu is very correct. The price was € 13.50 and € 8.50 for a children's menu (just a first or second choice). Service was very fast, we had to wait only for five minutes till we were served the first course and the children's menu (ration was enough for a child).
It is one of the classic bars in Aviles. It is from the era of our parents and fortunately one of the few bars of Avilés where smoking is prohibited. One of the specialties of the house is "the composite" but do not try to drive after one! The skewers are very good, especially the callus, yummy!
The tearoom Al Kasbah is an alternative to a traditional pub, as well as a traditional Asturian restaurant. It is very close to Plaza del Ayto, within the town, and is a good alternative for a change of scenery and good tea. Personally I love the food.
I do not want to mislead anyone. The barge has menus for couples at affordable prices and good quantity. Now if you are from outside Asturias and you sell it as a place to eat seafood from the Cantabrian, distrust those. Good seafood must be paid for and it is clear that the price of the barge is for something, as it is seafood. I have in Avilés, Gijón, viella and now in Oviedo. It's okay to take something and try some thing but without boasting of good seafood.
This is a newly opened Asturian Vinotech and restaurant. The style is elegant, minimalist, with a slightly rustic feel, very cool. The waiters are quite young, all are veterans but aged between 20-30 years. The chef is Pele Pelegrim.
Vinoteca area is near Pier Park and the Sabugo shopping area. In Aviles there are trendy wine bars. This is a must for drinking wine, no doubt. The site is tiny, 8-10 tables that are usually booked in advance, so you have to call ahead. They have Riojas, Ribera, Albariño and Ribeiro. Curiously people leave coins in the stone walls, I suppose to make a wish, but frankly I did not ask, you can see this in the photos.
The Eritaña is more than a restaurant. It is like going to dinner at Grandma's house and it is Asturian. The service and attention is excellent. When the dishes arrive, you realize that they are cooked by someone with many years experience in the kitchen. Here you can have cachopo, corn, beans and fish. All yummy. The prices are low for the quality. The site is not so beautiful but you come here to eat and that is what they are specialists in.
This restaurant is recommended for good, varied, traditional and quality food. What more could you want? The service is excellent and the restaurant is located in an old district of one of the most charismatic cities of the north coast, Aviles. The Poet, named in honor of Marcos del Torniello, which like the language is full of tradition and poetry.
This brewery in the historic heart of Avilés, is situated in the old fishing district of Sabugo, and one of the most lively pedestrian streets of Avilés. A wide and varied range of beers from all parts of the world can be found here. There are four beer taps and you can try many different styles, from classic English Ales to the more daring IPAS. Classic decoration in wood and stone, the presence of brewers and a classic bike from 1942. All this with a soundtrack from rock classics.
We went there on several occasions and in all we left happy, the highlights are mainly the kitchen and of course the cook's love in the preparation of quality dishes with good taste. The service very good, the decor is not much but we went to eat. The price is very competent, though it did not cost us 12 euros, if not less. We're always very happy and want more.