Sabiñánigo (Samianigo in Aragonese) is a municipality located in the province of Huesca, Aragón, Spain, capital of the comarca of Alto Gállego. Formerly, the region was called Serrablo, the reason for the demonym "serrablese". Sabiñánigo is at an altitude of 780 meters and lies 52 km from Huesca.
4 based on 22 reviews
Nos guiamos por tripadvisor y acertamos. Local agradable donde el precio lo marca el tipo de carne a la brasa que se elija (entrecot 20€) e incluye buffet libre de entrantes (ensaladas, algunos platos calientes, encurtidos), postre y bebida. La comida excelente y el trato del personal también. Lo llevan una pareja joven muy amables y sencillos. Recomendable. Fuimos con dos peques y todo fueron facilidades.
4 based on 9 reviews
Friendly staff. Good menu. Good wine list. In the main town and close to walk to from our hotel La Pardina.
3.5 based on 105 reviews
Restaurant very typically Spanish, staff very helpful. Plenty of choice and very good value for money.
4 based on 34 reviews
Pizza al estilo italiano, finita y bien hecha. El resto normal pero la pizza fantástica. Me encantaría q tuviera servicio a domicilio.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Not an awful lot in Sabinanigo as a town but our hotel recommended the Pradas restaurant and it was very close by. 18 euros for 3 courses and a an extra starter including a bottle of wine and a bottle of still water. The food was excellent and even the wine was exceptional. Also the service was above average. Highly recommended
3.5 based on 89 reviews
Spanish CuisineRestaurant spacious and sunnyDaily menuSpecial menuSnacks in CafeteriaOpen all year
My family and I enjoyed every dish at El Parentisis, wonderful flavours, good portions, excellent service and great value. Will definitely come back again.
4 based on 14 reviews
Cafe where breakfast is served with pastries and croissant. Lunch Fried eggs with ham or bacon and chips. Variety of Tapas. Variety Ration. Burgers and sandwiches. Omelette and varied. Assortment of snacks. Combined dishes. Pizzas.
Entre por equivocacion, pues queria entrar en el bar de al lado,pero una vez dentro me tome unos vinos y tapas.Todo normal, hasta el precio.
4 based on 34 reviews
Desde temprano por la mañana un buen desayuno con café cien por cien natural con tostadas etc ,pasando por un vermut con variedad de tapas caseras hasta una cena consistente en entrantes ,ensaladas tostadas etc todo ello con una relación calidad precio mas que buena,en verano una terraza en la via principal atendida por nuestro personal cualificado.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
As you enter the reception area it all looks very upmarket, with great decor, huge plants in every corner, and welcoming staff. For early diners, there's a peaceful little Reading room adjacent to the reception (round the corner from the sparklingly clean toilets). I also spotted a high chair for younger diners. Little did we know, however, that the entrance was to be the best aspect of our meal out.
The first problem was that despite giving them advanced warning of a vegetarian diet, they clearly hadn't given it a second thought and had no special dishes to offer, just the usual "well perhaps you could have this one without the ham?" For a restaurant of this quality, one would expect a little more effort and imagination. I must say though that the head waiter did speak a little English, which helped a lot, plus they had menus in English.
When they came, our starters were fine, except for the "vegetarian" salad which had two pieces of ham on top of it! ....and the fact that the request that the ham be replaced with an alternative, non-meaty component, had obviously fallen on deaf ears.
The main courses arrived with cold vegetables, which had to be sent back, and the lamb was a bit chewy. Again, the vegetarian main course was a dish with the meat removed, with no alternative ingredient(s) and both veggie dishes were later charged at "meat included" full price. We felt that the main courses themselves, although tasty and pretty well presented (both lamb teepees had collapsed), completely lacked that "wow factor" we had been looking forward too.
In line with the rest of our meals, the desserts were nice, but not memorable. For the price, we thought the portions were also on the small side.
All in all, a nice relaxing meal out in pleasant surroundings but... too expensive, and definitely not in the same league as the other "top" restaurants in the area (which we have visited so am able to compare with).
I'm afraid we won't be returning in the near future.
4 based on 34 reviews
We broke down and ca here to wait. Beautiful three courses and glass of wine for 10euro. Friendly nice staff and food was delicious.
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