We were on vacation and we stopped at this place, on the recommendation I saw made by Bruji25. Thanks Bruji. It was great to eat here. First we had the octopus salad, shrimp, baby eels and warm scallops. Delicious. Afterwards a few lechazo (unweaned lamb) chops and scallops with pepper. We ate very well and at a very reasonable price. Thanks for your suggestion.
Menu 10 € and we went on Saturday! They have plenty of delicious dishes. They are very well organized and they served us quickly even though there were a lot of people, I only took the first 2 picture, the truth is that I forgot the rest. Most certainly very recommended!
It's a restaurant where you seem to go for a rum because it looks good and yet it has 2 menus, one of 11€ with plenty of dishes to choose from and one of 18€ which is finger licking good. The fresh fish is great and well presented too. A good deal.
It is a restaurant where you seem to go for a beer because it looks good but then it has two menus, one of which is 11 euros with plenty of dishes to choose from and one of 18 euros this. They are a great deal!
We have eaten at this restaurant 2-3 times, the amount of times we've gone to spend a few days at the seaside town of Llanes, which by its proximity to Cantabria, is the Asturian coastal town closest to Palencia. This time we called but it was closed, so we had to settle for a great restaurant The Veguca. It's very easy to locate as it's right in front of Puerto de Llanes and its importance is that it was one of the first restaurants that opened in Asturias, more than 30 years ago. Obviously the specialty is Cantabrian seafood, but its 2 specialties are: rock xiáragu and grilled sea bass. It's a fairly expensive restaurant as the average is usually from 40.00 € per person but it's in line with the quality being served.
A busy site but nothing special. The menu is varied and is a good price. Although the portions are small it's a place for lunch and it's not bad. Attention is a bit cold for my taste. I recommend it if you are hungry and don't have much room. The chorizo in cider is good but scarce. And phenomenal Cabrales croquettes.
No surprise what is the highlight of this restaurant, it's fish and seafood. And they do it so exquisitely, and it even features in the Michelin Guide. The cuisine is traditional and simple, giving prominence to the ingredients of the region albeit with some element of miscegenation. An adaptation of a Asturian cuisine and a delight.
Impressive! This is a family bar with excellent products and wonderful portions at bargain price! 3 Cachopos, omelette, cabraccio, mussels, salad, 2 pitchers of sangria cider and two bottles of water for 13 € a price which was split between 7 people.
This place has reopened thanks to two young entrepreneurs who are committed offer beers for one euros and tapas. Among other things you can play a game of darts and enjoy the free WiFi. It is located 5 minutes at a walk from Paseo de San Pedro, coarse sand beaches and the Old Town Villa Marinera de Llanes. Excellent!
I'll start with the good points. It's got good service and there's a free Wi-Fi zone. Now is when they kill it... the food... The definition is DRY. I had to drink almost a litre and a half to get through the paella and to eat the steak I had to sweat blood. The meat tasted better than the paella.