Whether you're having a 'pintxo' (tapa) or some dishes, you'll be surprised by what this restaurant has to offer.
Homemade tapas and wines from Navarre.
The 'pintxos' (tapas) route of the street 'calle Estafeta' is a tourism reference in Pamplona that you can't miss. And among the various bars that you tour, you'll find the 'Bodegón Sarria' which offers tapas, portions and dishes with homemade flavours that are always made with top quality products from Navarre. It's a cosy wooden establishment that has an area of tables where you can eat in front of an exhibition of cured hams. Among their filling specialities of meat, include the curious 'bocadillo de escombro' which is made of 'lomo' (loin) and chorizo, chorizo in cider and 'chistorra' (a type of sausage), 'secreto ibérico de 5J' (a type of cured ham) and little toasties made with ham and garlic, accompanied by a good wine from Navarre. The originality of the 'Bodegón Sarria' includes its invention of 'marvintxos' and 'juevintxos', which offer a 'pintxo' (tapa) and a wine for 2.50 euros every Tuesday and Thursday, with the aim of promoting gastronomic tourism from January to May.