We had a wonderful meal with the nicest waiter. He did some excellent recommendations and had a nice chat with us. We will definitely come back if we have the chance!
The expert barman offered us the most exquisite Riojas to go with the divine tapas, that we felt all of the things we loved about Spain were on offer in a single spot. A little back from the main square this is well worth finding. Seated at glass topped wine barrels we watched the locals arrive in flocks, and drift... More
The service was first class, attentive but not overly so but very friendly. The food was well presented and very tasty. An extensive list of quality local wines at excellent prices. A great experience.
We arrived very soon after opening & were one of two tables in the restaurant. Service was quick, if not friendly. We appreciated the fact that they have English menus on hand since the food goes beyond basic fare. My husband ordered the venison, and it was very well -made and delicious. I liked it more than the hake I... More
We centered a 9 day stay in Rioja out of an apartment in Haro one block from the Augustus. We went the first night to this restaurant. There we met Jose and Julio, Jose waiting tables in the restaurant and Julio behind the bar/tapas. The dinner and wine were fantastic, duck stuffed with foie and deer tenderloin, and an excellent... More
We arrived at around 10PM, and though they were mainly serving tapas at the bar, they opened the screen covering the dining room and got us a table. They served us a complimentary house pate appetizer that was delicious. All our entrees were generous and beautifully prepared. I had the Merluza, and it was by far the best piece of... More
After a long drive from Madrid, our reward was lunch in Haro on our first day in Spain. The first of many foie experiences commenced with pate on toast points with apple butter, apricot preserves and a house compound butter. The venison medallions in port with pine nuts, baby asturian beans, and tiny artichoke hearts simply melted on my tongue.... More
it's not difficult to find, as it's placed in the middle of the "herradura" streets, that basically are full of taverns and restaurants. We had a couple of pinchos ( tapas ) difficult to choose from the great variety. Definitely a must go if you're in Haro
We had the Menu del Dia, which was €12.50 per person and included three courses and a bottle of (pretty avrage) wine. It's not fine dining, but for the price everything was cooked well.
Arriving at 13.00 for lunch the restaurant was empty, but an hour later every last seat was taken and the otherwise good service struggled momentarily to deal with the mass arrival. Meanwhile behind the curtain at the entrance, in the bar a rugby scrum had developed for the large range of Tapas which were being washed down with the local... More
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