We were touring the north shore of Galicia in February when we headed for Cedeira because of a recommendation in Penelope Casas's "Discovering Spain: An Uncommon Guide." We were glad we did. There were not many customers in the restaurant when we were there so we got a chance to talk with the charming third-generation owner, Susi Ramondo Perez. We had a marvelous meal, the star of which was an entree, salpiçon langosta, a dish she said was invented by here family. We also had excellent fish and great including a filloa, a carnival specialty, and a tradtional flan.
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