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This is the second time we have chosen this restaurant it was delicious home cooked food we had the Cocido Montañés, Cantabria cheese sampler , fish pudding , and slow cooked lamb very delicious. We didn’t like the cheesecake it was Whipped cream with cookie...More
We ate there (again) twice in two days this time. Couldn't help it but have the ribs both days too! Which was just as well, they closed the day after and won't be open again until sometime in December! Absolutely excellent food, good service from...More
As we only came in for drinks, we cannot comment on the food - hence my neutral marking.
There is no doubt that this is an attractive restaurant and the large, open barbecue with huge slabs of ribs thereon, made me wish we were staying...More
This charming town is full of very good restaurants. Some a bit touristy but generally of high quality. For something rather different I recommend you try out Casa Cossio and sit close to the large pit fire grill watching your ribs be cooked to perfection....More
Lunch menu for 14€ with local produce/dishes, however nothin impressive, in my opinion.
We thought our Cocido Montañes starter was plentyful and pretty good, however the maijs where some how small and will little effort on them.
Very authentic atmosphere at this restaurant. Very helpful staff. Great prawns and ribs eaten whilst the display of the chef and the grill was very entertaining. Many of the customers were Spanish which speaks volumes to the quality. A highlight to our visit.
I know others claimed it was reasonably priced, but my read of the menu suggested otherwise, so we did not eat dinner here. Pity as the breakfast of tostada y café (toasted baguette with peach jam) was nice and I had a couple of nice...More