This restaurant, which has one Michelin star in the 2017 rating, is sat right at the end of this stunning little surfers beach in the seaside town of Salinas on the Asturian coast.
The restaurant has been in this town for three generations, since 1916. It was previously situated in the middle of town before moving to its panoramic location at the end of the the beach. The restaurant has around 120 covers spread over a couple of rooms, including one looking out towards the beach and ocean
Chef Isaac Loya dishes up Asturian classics as well as his original and invigorating twists on...
The entrance to this excellent restaurant is on the very unassuming main street of the small town of Arriondas which is 12 km inland from the coastal town of Ribadesella. You walk in to find a contemporary, rustic style dining room and a glass-fronted conservatory situated at the back.
Chef José Campoviejo serves a innovative tasting menu inspired by traditional Asturian cuisine (like Cabrales cheese, anchovies and fabada (Asturian bean stew) as well as a concise á la carte.
A friendly priced tasting menu (€77) would be something like this: