Lugo is a province of northwestern Spain, in the northeastern part of the autonomous community of Galicia. It is bordered by the provinces of Ourense, Pontevedra, and A Coruña, the principality of Asturias, the State of León, and in the north by the Cantabrian Sea (Bay of Biscay).
Things to do in Province of Lugo
4.5 based on 507 reviews
It is above the Fish markets. The signs point to the cafeteria and the restaurant. A workers lunch and a great Seafood restaurant in one.
We had 1 Sole and 1 St Paul's Fish John Dory. Both perfectly cooked and presented. Our waitress deboned the Fish effectively and put it on our plates.
The skin was crispy and the flesh wonderful. Both fish opalescent flesh and delicious and delectable.
Two of the best restaurant fish I think we have ever been served.
Our waitress also recommended a great white wine from an area we hadn't tried, a Casal de Arman. It went extremely well when it warmed up.
4.5 based on 589 reviews
En nuestro restaurante podra degustar nuestras seleccionadas y exquisitas carnes de ternera y buey a la parrilla, en unas amplias instalayciones con una enorma zona verde recogida. Disponemos de cetarea propia para que usted pueda escoger su marisco ademas de una amplia variedad de pescados de la ria. Preparamos comidas para llevar.
..we enjoyed our dinner.. The food was very good...scallops for starters, then a house speciality ..lobster with the rice..I'm not sure we got the right desert menu..all we received was a card with ice cream choices from a local company...it was hard to crack a smile from the staff...there seems to be 2 dining areas..we would have been preferred to be in the less formal/busier area
4.5 based on 205 reviews
Among its facilities as well as a decoration, the hotel offers two meeting rooms, library, bar, breakfast room, dining. Outside the hotel you can enjoy a nice garden and a nice Terrace where to relax, drink or just enjoy Reading. The hotel has private parking for guests, plus a (public) restaurant where to check its rich cuisine.
Sadly this is a problem for one who doesn't like waste. Smaller portions (and thus prices) would have made my experience better. I depend on my server to intervene when I am about to over order. I grossly over-ate (skipping bread and most potatoes). Had traditional octopus and clam stew with potatoes nothing I can rave about and which overfilled me before the main (monkfish with shrimp sauce). good wine. No room for dessert.
Time between dishes way too short. Main was waiting in kitchen to be served before I got through stew the last half if which I honestly had to force down.
I felt rushed. I asked for plenty of time between courses. Sever said to just let him know when i was ready. Miscommunication?
Had no idea the main would follow immediately when he asked Are you ready?
The two dishes were strangely similar, both having potatoes.
Fake flowers on table tacky.
Ambiance too stuffy to my taste.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
Una vez más volvimos al restaurante Galicia. Estábamos en la costa de Lugo, y nos acercamos a comer allí. Esperamos un poco a tener mesa, pero como siempre, merece la pena. Un estupendo cocido muy completo que estaba exquisito. Con su sopa de cocido, su postre y un buen vino rioja. Además con la sobremesa con el famoso café de potamadre. Encantados de volver y hasta la siguiente escapada desde A Coruña. Pero merece la pena. Recomiendo reservar antes.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Good service and staff, nice food but a little pricey compared to most restaurants we ate in during our trip to Spain
4.5 based on 210 reviews
I ate both dinner (menu del dia) and the breakfast buffet here on my stop in Triacastela while on the Camino. Dinner was delicious and breakfast was (substantial and) excellent, as was the service at both, and prices very reasonable indeed.
4.5 based on 392 reviews
we ate in this bar/restaurant while exploring Lugo, following tripadvisor suggestion. The place is nice and food great. Portions are big and even if the choice is not large, the plates they propose are delicious. Personnel is kind and friendly and last but not least is cheap (we spent less than 40 € for 3 big plates, wine, beer, water and a dessert for the children. they also invite you a tapas for every drink). I definitively will return whenever I'll be in Lugo
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Catro Ventos it's an outstanding place. Just as you enter Galicia from Asturias next to the "Camino Primitivo" in an area where everyone prides itself for the quality of the product and the quality of their cooking, Catro Ventos raises itself well above everyone else.
They've accomplished something really unique. It's a top class restaurant with their own creations, their wild mushrooms dishes are a must when in season, Catro Ventos it's also a "menu of the day" restaurant where you can have lunch at 10€. It's a local bar... It's the best Grill that I have ever come across... And I've been places. Catro Ventos is above all, "home", Ovidio will shake your hand, show you the grill and the meat cuts, have a beer or a glass of wine with you.... Will go upstairs to see how everything is going, will insist that you have a "chupito" before you go.
It's taken me a while to make a decision about sharing my finding with everyone else, but I thing I owe it to you people who read Tripadvisor. If you ever walk on the pilgrims road or happen to drive in the vicinity, take a detour. You will be delighted. Just go for any starter and any meat, be it pork, veal, lamb, or the incredibly good beef. "Bon Proveito"
5 based on 141 reviews
I have been to this restaurant on several occasions and am never disappointed. Since most of the menu is organically grown or raised on the property, the quality and freshness of its meats and vegetables are unparalleled to other restaurants in the area. Galicia is generally known for its seafood but this restaurant shows that its meats are exceptional as well. I highly recommend this restaurant and specifically the wild boar with chestnuts and apples.
4.5 based on 362 reviews
Walking the Camino with friends. Needed some high-qual food with decent vegetables. This place hit the spot. Lovely people and fabulous food, prepared with passion and love. Outstanding vegetables (best we'd had in 5 weeks of French and Spanish Camino), exquisite croquettes (jamon, cod, squid ink), delectable octopus, and a few other wonderful dishes which were all top notch. Great wine, excellent service, not the usual tourist rubbish at all, despite being ON the Camino near the centre of town. Highly recommended.
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