A true paradigm of traditional Galician cuisine, Bodegón Orensano is a firm favourite among locals and visitors alike. Pure and simple: empanadas, Galician-style octopus, turbot, Rías Baixas sardines, stews, Padrón peppers and Zorza with potatoes (a dish based on cured sausage meat) are just a few highlights from this extensive menu of local dishes. Thanks to its central, busy location, this restaurant is a popular choice for pre-dinner drinks, so we recommend arriving early to get a table. Another word of advice: the drinks all come with very generously sized tapas! Both the food and the prices are unbeatable; you won't believe your eyes when you see the bill. If you fancy a quiet sat-down lunch, the daily set menu is also very reasonable and includes a drink, dessert and coffee.
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