When you see a place fully booked then this means its worth it. And it was!! One of the best lunches we had! Clams and sardines where suberb!!
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We visit the island for a small walk. Found this place in the harbour for a seafood lunch. What a good choice! The white house wine is fruity and fresh (€8,- a bottle). We had the shellfish with rice (30,- for 2 persons). Maybe a...More
Very busy restaurant, but if you have to wait for a table it is well worth it. All the seafood we tried was excellent. Many locals ordered the rice dishes which looked fantastic. Very large portions. Do go if you are in the area.
I was invited for lunch at A Meca. I had heard about its reputation but I'm always a bit wary about critics. The restaurant is situated on an island with breathtaking views of the port and the sea, little fisherman boats. We ordered pulpo con...More
i have been coming to this place for many years. It has changed a lot from the early days of no menus and frequent power cuts but excellent service and unequalled food. Now it's far smarter but though very busy during the summer months I...More
We waited a 1/2 hour to get into A Meca because it was packed the day we showed up. I am sure glad we put up with the wait, because the meal was unforgettable. We started off with berberechos (small clams) and calamares en su...More
I recently visited A Meca following a relative's recommendation. When I went there I thought it was amazing, as I live in Madrid and we don't get neither the fish nor the seafood they have in Galicia. However, as we spent our time on the...More