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Booked on recommendation of hotel. Food was fine but lacked any finesse or imagination
I wish we had just remained in Calle laurel where we could have dined on pinchos which displayed clever presentation and flair
Tahiti should no appear appealing for a restaurant in the center of Logrono, but the food is very very good, prices are reasonable, Try the Turbo fish and the Chuleton, those are to share for at least 2 people, You will thanks me later, the...quality of the food is unforgettable the decor is fine, and service is amazing. I went there twice on my 7 days stay.More
I wanted to eat a good piece of beef, so we went not far away and stopped at this classic restaurant. The name is misleading as this is a traditional restaurant.
It is a family business and service is fast.
We follow the recommendation for...the starter and enjoyed a fantastic lobster salad, extremely fresh.
Then we had the classic beef, very tasty.
A good Rioja crianza to go with it and then a coffee.
We had an absolute great dinner and service at this restaurant. Lovely and tasty quality dishes of grilled squid, lobster and lamb chops! It is cosy in nice traditional style, really good cooking and nice wine. We got it recommended by a local whom we...asked on the street for a nice restaurant. This was definitely a hit; bulls eye. It is a bit hidden in a small, but busy streetMore
This restaurant is located on the trendy, foodie street of Calle Laurel - we ended up here by chance, and we are happy we did! The restaurant was nice and air conditioned, the wait staff was very friendly. We ordered a variety of tapas and...each one was delicious - we particularly enjoyed the pulpo and sausage! Definitely recommend.More
Don't be put off by the name. This is a serious, very traditional Spanish restaurant, well visited by locals even on a Monday night in mid-September (in contrast to almost everywhere else we looked). A small menu of classic dishes (and an excellent wine list...at little more than retail prices). We shared a plate of exquisite Serrano ham and had two different kinds of lamb (grilled cutlets and oven-roast leg), each of which was simple, traditional and excellent. Very good desserts, excellent coffee. No frills, no fuss. The service was consummately professional; we asked detailed questions (in English) about the wine and got very precise advice.
If you are looking for bold new flavours and culinary statements, go somewhere else. This is old-school, but the real thing.More
We found this place by walking around. The service was excellent; excellent wine list ( and very reasonably priced) and very good food. Excellent appetizers that go very well with the wines. The server also recommended some wines which turned out to be very good....Went there the next night also. One of the better places in Lograno or in Rioja. Would recommend it to everyone.More
Upon one of our final days in Spain, after walking the first portion of the Camino Santiago, my husband and I took some time off to be tourists. In doing so we decided to take in this well reviewed restaurant. Admittedly we went for a...later lunch, rather then wait for the traditional 9pm start time for a Spanish dinner. We were very happy to have managed to fit this delightful dining experience in. Both the (attentive, but not rushed) service and food choice were lovely. Well worth the visit.More