One of the few bar / restaurants that opens early for dinner in Padron. Great Gallician food at a good price.
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We followed the good recommendations and went there to grab some lunch. We tried pimientos, pulpo, fried calamari, Galician broth, salad and cheese. All was really tasty, especially the pulpo and the fried calamari! We'd recommend it to everyone who likes seafood, but our friend...More
Stopped in Padron on way back from Santiago and had not had our daily fix of octopus so this place looked appealing. Lovely location in quiet courtyard and a typical local bar/restaurant which will make you feel welcome and help you with your poor or...More
Never had tried octopus. We found a lovely treat in store at this quiet pulverised. Not too expensive, old world charm typical Spanish decor. Simple seating in the bar or under cover outside. On a narrow street of pardon. Also has Pardon peppers on the...More
After wandering around town for a while in the evening we settled in here (not a lot was open mid-week in the winter). It worked out well. Decent wine, good-if-not-standout food, solid service. About what you'd expect. Had a great time comparing notes with other...More
6 of us ate here on our first night in Padron and liked it so much we went back later in the week. It is informal dining, with local food. It was all good but particularly recommend the Bacalao a la Cazuela
This place has a small terrace tucked away from a street leading to the main square. Food was really good. Of course the pimientas padron were great but this is a bit obvious. The pulpo was one of the best, so soft and tender, just...More
There was nothing that wasn't good at the food, plus this restaurant probably served the best wine during our trip. Ask for it: Denominación Monterrey, a red Mencía!