San Sebastián is famous for its beautiful beaches, its picturesque buildings and its beautiful nature in the middle of the city. Furthermore, it is one of the gastronomic capitals of Spain, with traditional dishes ranging from its famous pintxos even the succulent seafood dishes. Thus, it offers its visitors (and residents) a wide variety of options for eating out. From small tapas bars to larger restaurants fancy, and going through the local markets and fast food chains. That is, we have many options for delicious and affordable food.
Matia Street, 35 (20008)
Located very close to Ondarreta beach and the Miramar Palace, this tavern stands out for its creative cuisine, which knows how to combine traditional flavors with modern ones. The menu offers a variety of top quality dishes for all tastes, from salads to meat and fish, always made with the best ingredients. The service is excellent, the staff are friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is welcoming, making eating at Trikuharri a truly unique experience.
Calle San Juan, 3 (20003)
This traditional tavern is an ideal place to enjoy San Sebastian gastronomy. It offers a selection of typical regional dishes, such as the famous pintxosthe T-bone steak, the cod, the San Sebastian-style lamb prepared with local products of the highest quality. Homemade food full of flavor in a small place from the 80s without tableswhere everything is tasted at the bar.
Calle Aldamar, 8 (20003)
Located in a charming area of San Sebastián, just a few meters from the beach, the atmosphere is very cozy. The food, for its part, consists of a wide range of typical and traditional dishes from the Basque region, without being modern. Of course, always well prepared and tasty, at very reasonable prices. In addition, they have very friendly staff. If you get the chance, be sure to stop by this tavern to try the cod brick, its scallops and the prawn bathed in a few shots of chacolí.
Ttun ttun tavern
Calle de San Jerónimo, 25 (20003)
Taberna Ttun Ttun is an ideal place to enjoy typical Donostia food and wine. It is a cozy and traditional tapas bar located in the center of the city. It offers a variety of typical local tapas and traditional dishes. There is also a wide variety of wines from the Basque Country to accompany it. In addition, the atmosphere is very cozy and relaxed. What more could you ask for with well-prepared and carefully presented bites? An ideal place to share an informal meal with friends or family.
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