The Parador has two restaurants: the main one in their main building and the "tavern" in an annex literally hanging on the cliff, right on the water.
The views in the tavern are spectacular (best views of Islas Cíes) and the menu comprised of typical Galician cuisine -at very reasonable prices for a Parador. The staff are simply fantastic, super-friendly and professional.
The menu in the main restaurant is more sophisticated (and expensive) but also full of local specialties. While the staff is also fantastic, our experience was spoiled by the maître, unresponsive and unprofessional -too bad, given the excellent quality of the dishes prepared by an excellent chef.
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