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So glad to have a plate of one of the best pasta I have eaten outside of Italy in this cafe! It was a total surprise as we were eating mostly Spanish tapas for the 6 days of our Camino Walk, then we found this...place. Other food offered from the menu eaten by my fellow walkers were yummy too! We had chocoate mousse for dessert and that was so yummy as well. The service was also superb. Hope this cafe will still be there when we next walk the Camino in the next few years!More
This has to be the best restaurant on the Camino. It certainly is the best we have found. If you are walking the Camino plan on eating here whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We ate dinner here. The soup of the day...was excellent and the pasta with vegetables was delicious. I did not like the Sangria. Otherwise, everyone raved about their meal.More
Had lunch after several hours of walking. They served food atypical for a restaurant that cater to pilgrims. Instead of traditional pilgrims' menu with heavy dishes, they served light food and refreshing drinks which were a great treat in the hot sunny day. Recommend to...all pilgrims/travellers passing through the area , really worth the stop.More
While walking the Camino, we found this wonderful place that’s only been open for a few weeks.
We’ve relied of Kas Limon’s sugar boosts to carry us through the final 5-10kms every day, but were pleasantly surprised to be offered fresh ginger lemonade instead. They...also offer an iced tea that’s freshly-made.
We generally eat 3-4 times per day so we rarely have room for the full pilgrim’s menu. The waitress allowed us to order a la carry from the menu and two of us went with the pasta with pesto, one had the Galician soup, and I had the Galega sandwich with sardines, red peppers, cheese and corn. Unlike most places, this was no ordinary bocadillo, which are usually 90% bread. The fresh bread was packed with ingredients that tasted fresh and delicious. They also offer beer on tap and several different ciders.
The service was excellent, with two servers asking us how things were, and clearing plates for us - both fairly unique experiences on the Camino.
When we left around 1pm, the place was packed. While new, the word will spread quickly that this is a wonderful place to eat!More
Date of visit: October 2018
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