Very good but expected a slightly higher level of service on a Michelin-rated restaurant. Very good food
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We stopped off in Gijon on a long day's motorcycling and thoroughly enjoyed lunch at Auga. The team were really helpful and allowed us to store our bike helmets whilst we looked around the town and battlements. The huge fresh prawns, cod with pil-pil and...More
Service was friendly and very attentive without being intrusive. We were served entrees free of charge that were great the mains we ordered were perfectly cooked ( the wife had turbot I had sirloin ) the wine was great and the entire bill with desert...More
A great cook with his own ideas has found the right place to show them. Gonzalo has built a solid career as a low-key cook, no trendy promotions but quality and good fresh products from local markets. Expect the best. The experience is more than...More
This one star Michlin restaurant proved itself beyond expectations. The best we have tried on this trip to Northern Spain. We tried three of the four tapas and they were superb. Each a masterpiece. The Hake and Turbot which they split into two for my...More
Amazing 1 star Michelin.. Better than 3 star in San Sebastian. We had the tasting menu. Hubby had the wine flight. Lesser known vineyards. Unusual and outstanding. Attentive staff. Lovely views over the harbour. Best meal of our lives.
The staff were welcoming, friendly and well-informed. They are proud of what they serve, and rightly so. To enable us to taste as much of Asturian cuisine as possible we asked to share the courses and this was no problem at all. The amuse-bouche was...More