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USD 152 - USD 250
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Mediterranean, European, Spanish
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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A unique restaurant that combines to perfection the rich history of its setting and a contemporary aesthetic. Atrio’s chef showcases innovative cuisine...
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Two MICHELIN Stars: Excellent cooking, worth a detour!
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Reviewed 13 August 2020

For our 20th wedding anniversary, I took my husband on a trip to Cáceres. I had already made lunch and dinner plans at the Mirador de Galarza (which I totally recommend. MUST try their house wine) however, the moment my husband realized that there was...a Michelin Star in the area, he wanted to know if we could book there instead. Whilst he made pictures outside, I went in into the restaurant and asked a waiter or whoever the person who greeted me at the door, if there was any table available, before he could answer me properly, he asked me to sit while he planned to take care of a group of men who had walked in after me and proceeded to ask them if they had a reservation. After escorting them, he told me that there wasnt any tables available. Then, he asked me if I knew about the restaurant and its menu, and opened the menu to its 185 Euros tasting menu. I then asked if there were any tables for dinner and his answer was immediately NO which for the end of July in the middle of a pandemic and an economic recession seemed surprising. Immediately, after I left, I phoned ATRIO again and booked a table for dinner no problem. My husband however had lost all interest the moment I told him my experience. I should say also that as a Black woman in Spain I normally dont encounter this type of behaviour. I shall also say that about a week later my husband called to complain and received the all too common apology, IT MUST HAVE BEEN A MISUNDERSTANDING.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed 19 October 2019 via mobile

Excellent! Food, wine, and service are outstanding. Did the fish tasting menu and there were so many dishes! Each and every one was exotic to look at and we didn’t want to ruin the art piece but glad we did because every bite was better...then the first!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 25 September 2019

Food, wine, staff, the building it self and interior were excellent Whether the restaurant should have had three stars og not, I am not to say. The pricetag, though, is a bit steep, Spain concidered. But when a slightly higher pricetag comes with the use...of Hans Jørgen Wegners excellently designed furniture, who can argueMore

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 19 September 2019

We (a couple) visited Atrio Restaurante one evening in August. We had reserved months in advance and were very much looking forward to our visit to this two star Michelin restaurant in beautiful Caceres. As we have both lived in Spain previously we are familiar...with the dining scene and associated Spanish culture and we also speak Spanish. . We asked for and were given a tour of the amazing wine cellar /bodega before taking our seats, a real treat.The decor is fabulous all round, stylish, cool and the lighting is amazing. One thing at the start was a little off-putting and surprising for a place so clearly fussy about getting things right. Within 1 to 3 minutes of sitting down we were being asked , on more than one occasion, whether we had decided which menu we wanted, which aperitivo we would like and whether we wanted the wine pairing .....How could we know this immediately or within a minute or two ? We had not been before, one needs a short bit of time to access and decide. Not a long time by any means, just not to be hit with all of this immediately and a little too insistently, by one of the two main sommeliers and also one of the waiters, more than once.This felt rushed and uncomfortable to us.We were surprised by such an approach. We did not opt for the wine pairing, but were then(and perhaps because of this?) not afforded much time or much information to pick a glass and a bottle from the list. I did not expect to read the huge list/book , just to have a short conversation about our tastes. This was not really provided. We took some Sherry as an aperitivo which was lovely, a glass of white wine each (seems to only have very minimal choice if wanting by the glass as my request for Austrian or German Riesling was not considered possible at all.) Then we took a bottle of red, a Ribera del Duero for 60 euro, cheap in this restaurant context (30 the next night in another nice restaurant here) but I was prepared to pay up to 100 if a tiny bit of time had been allowed for our expression of preference and the provision of some considered advice. Our main waiter, a man from Romania was charming and had a nice sense of humour which we really enjoyed throughout our visit. We both opted for the Del Mar y Del Campo menu ( not the one based on Iberian pig). The first dishes were fabulous, seviche, carpaccio, oyster with vermut blanco sauce etc....really wonderful food. The meat ones were a little too rich and heavy in places , for us anyway. Dessert was lovely. Espresso coffee at 6/7 Euros for a cup after such a big and expensive meal is inappropriate. We dined in the last few years at Restaurante Liu/ Cocina y Alma in Jerez (no stars), Alexandre Mazzia in Marseille (1 star) and Kokotxa in San Sebastian (1 star) and left each of these absolutely places thrilled by our experiences. For over 500 euros (the most we have ever paid for a meal including visit to two Michelin star Patrcik Gilbaud here in Dublin), Atrio while having some really great dishes and being very stylish indeed, was a little less impressive that we expected.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 15 September 2019 via mobile

Yesterday (birthday) lunch at Restaurant Atrio: it was a great experience. First a look in the impressive wine cellar, then as first guests (1.30 pm, but the restaurant was soon full) the first appetizers. Extremely friendly and attentive staff and the owners Tono Perez and...José Polo came to greet each guest personally and come to inquire during lunch whether everything is satisfactory. And that was it, we opted for the Iberian pork menu and were surprised and surprised by the various delicious preparations. Not to say what was the best because it was all great. We have already eaten in quite a few 2 and 3 Michelin star restaurants and do not really understand why Atrio has 2 and not 3! Very attentive also the congratulation surprise with the coffee. We will not soon forget Atrio!More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 27 June 2019 via mobile

This place is really wonderful. The food is incredible (we had the Iberian pig menu) and the service fantastic. The cellar visit was great - a really nice experience. If my wallet and waistline would allow it, I would come here all the time. However,...at €165 per head without drinks, I will just treasure it as a very special one-off (ish) experience.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 25 June 2019

Having travelled all over the world and sampled the food many restaurants (a lot of the Michelin starred), quite frankly this was the best meal we had ever eaten. The staff are lovely and the whole experience was out of this world.It works like a...well oiled machine - faultless and friendly! It was not our first visit - and it won't be our last! Thank you to all for a truly memorable evening.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 9 June 2019 via mobile

Was in town for work, find this spot and went alone, no regrets. Staff was awesome, toured the basement wine collection upon arrival, then was seated in the corner. View of the whole restaurant and the kitchen was awesome. Two options: Iberian or seafood, they...allowed me to mix and paired with 5 wines. One of the best, highly recommendedMore

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 18 May 2019

This will probably be the shortest review I've ever written for a restaurant, as there are very few adjectives in the English language that do justice to this venue. Simply, the ambience, the service, and the food, are all incredible! A delight to the taste...buds. No more needs to be said, other than special mention to our chief waiter Gaby, who made a very special day even better! Oh, and when you go, which you must, make sure they show you the wine cellar.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed 3 May 2019 via mobile

Words actually fail me to give this place justice. From entering the place the tangible feel of excellence pours from every space. Class is the produce, wow have they achieved this. The restaurant is very well spaced out to give that special private feel yet...open to allow your curiosity to roam. The staff in here are nothing less than sublime, working as smooth as a Swiss watch - consistently reliable with amazing value. The food you may ask - well we indulged in the Pork menu - created with time, patience and a well tuned kitchen was nothing less than incredible! Each course twisting the limits to the absolute extremes of flavour leaving you wanting the journey to continue more than the body will allow. I purposely never took my camera into the restaurant as I wanted the visual memory to be personal - what I will say is that no skilled photographer could ever catch the feel and flavour this restaurant produces. Simply incredible! Oh - wine lovers!? Just ask to see the cellar!More

Date of visit: May 2019
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No hablo Espanyol may bien
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It worths every penny you spend in Atrio. Wines are not included, amazing cellar and wine list. Price really accurate.
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