We had a light dinner: salad, local cheese, stuffed peppers and one had duck. All delicious, well presented and well explained by a friendly waiter. I'd be happy to go back for something more substantial.
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Try El chigre al the entrance of the restaurant, you get a perfect deal for an informal dinner based on Tapas and Cyder, the staff is super nice and you can just ask them for advice, they will give you a great proposal tasting the...More
Started off promisingly with decent bread and well cooked croquettes but the main course, pil pil cod was simply inedible - extremely salty and so over-cooked it was the texture of rubber. Waitress completely disinterested and didn't even bother to enquire why we had left...More
This resto is defined as the best in town by the locals. It might look small from the outside it is surprisingly big inside. Good food, perfect service.
We visited on a weekday for dinner and the place was not full. We had been there before and every time we were very satisfied but this time was a disappointment. Even though food was good the service was very poor. It took for ever...More
Place is very old and loved by locals. Very good choice of wine. Restaurant offers local cuisine and I would say that it is the best in this kind of food in Aviles. Place is good for special occasions - service is good and professional....More
Low key, bar-like interior belied the excellence of the food, and warm, helpful service which made us, as very poor Spanish speakers, feel immediately that we'd hit upon a real gem - courtesy of a Sunday night recomendation by the NH hotel receptionist. Whilst most...More