I have to say that my rate is given more for the type of place than for the actual products. I was absolutely impressed by the fact that drinking cider was such a social thing is the asturias, where kids play in their own area...More
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We were recommended this restaurant by the owner of our hotel. It was an easy walk through pretty country lanes. The restaurant was hugely busy on the Sunday we visited and was very popular with families. Service was friendly (and in English, which had been...More
The food is fantastic! I've been going to this restaurant for 20+ years, never disappointing. I love the patio sitting. nice area for kids to play.
As we were booked into a B&B nearby, we asked for a recommendation for a place for dinner. El Cruce sounded good and really WAS the business. It is a "Cider House" (they take their cider very seriously in this part of Spain) and was...More
Nice spacious dining area, lots of friendly staff and a great atmosphere. Good quality food and very reasonable prices. Worth a visit.
The restaurant is about 500 mtr from or hotel (Quinta Auga) and was rather good. The staf was friendly and there were a lot local people. It is a large restaurant and bar.
Went to this restaurant near our hotel. The staff were really friendly, the food not the best, passable, lovely bottle of wine, lomo chips and mixed salad, water and wine €40.
Just outside Gijon, this place is perfect for drinking sidra and chilling out: amazing terrace in a relaxed atmosphere. Not impressed by the food.
This is a slightly above average sidreria/merendero that serves delicious Spanish tortilla, good calamari and pretty tasty croquetas. The desserts, however, should be skipped and the salads are horrendous. We were served a salad consisting of peaches in syrup, lettuce, pieces of cheese and chunks...More
This a traditional Asturian open-air family-oriented restaurant (merendero), with some nice modern rooms when the weather is not nice (very frequent). The food is traditional but tasty: check for the specials outside the main menu. There is a small area for the children to ay....More