Stopped here for lunch 2/9/2017. Staff were super friendly. Really delicious food, that is quite reasonably priced. Starters, mains and a bottle of wine for 2 €48. Octopus with potatos and rock salt were a notable highlight.
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My wife and I stopped here for lunch today and what a good choice. We wanted to get away from the traffic noise of the town below and we came across this restaurant while driving up into the mountains from St Julia. The food and...More
As I mentioned other times, I do recommend to visit “Bordes” in Andorra, use to be great quite places with good food. This one is not an exception, very good accurate menu, you can add extra dishes or part of its, the price is good....More
Fantastic thoughtful and traditional menu which was homecooked and delicious. I had the ox tail with came served with a layer of crispy homemade chips - delicious. Starters included grilled artichoke.
Been here several times - always great food with a very warm welcome and excellent service. And at 22 Euros for 4 courses - including wine and beer - whats not to love. Its abit out of the way but well worth the detour. Deserves...More
We found this place coming back from Naturlandia, in the south of Andorra. It seemed pretty cool so we booked a table for the same night. The ambient is very charm and cosy, specially at night. The sights are incredible, and just at ten minutes...More
Really nice surprise to find this gem...nice people, amazing food! The "Entrecôte a la pedra" was to die for! I would definitely make a detour to Sant Julià only to eat here again...We'll come back for sure!
having driven to Andorra for "the experience" we found this wee gem purely by accident! top of the world it is in so many ways. with one of the kids in crutches at the time we thought it was a bad move to be trudging...More
It was lunch time and our last day in Andorra and having bought our obligatory cheap whisky just a few minutes away, we were hungry.Passing through Sant Julia de Loria,, we ended up climbing higher and higher above the town, looking in vain for a)somewhere...More