Perhaps the city's most distinguished dining spot marries tradition and modern creativity.
A Coruña's only Michelin-starred restaurant.
A Coruña's only Michelin-starred restaurant mixes Galician tradition and innovation in its menu utilising the very best local ingredients. Top dishes include roast scallops with mashed potatoes and truffles; crab ravioli in lobster broth; Galician lobster medley; sardines marinated in a cauliflower/truffle emulsion; Galician steak with thyme; and boned red mullet with black rice, aïoli foam, and romesco sauce. The menu strives to marry authenticity with culinary creativity and elegance, and the location at Paseo Marítimo Alcalde Francisco Vázquez 25, provides bonuses of great views out over the Atlantic.
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