Abastos 2.0 Barra in Santiago de Compostela

Abastos restaurant is located within the Mercado de Abastos in Santiago. It is actually integrated within the same market and that allows it to offer fresh food and real “cocina de mercado”. The site is run by several young, hipster-like cooks who dress up like Michelin star chefs. It seems they know what they are doing! At Abastos there is no established menu because their idea is to select every morning from the next-door market. If during your stay in Santiago de Compostela you would like to experience the market live, this restaurant offers a great way to enjoy tapas next to the Abastos market.

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Average customer review Score for Abastos 2.0 Barra

9.8

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Seafood: Despite these are normally pricey options, the quality of seafood in Spain is normally very high and overall excellent value for money-

 

Q Which attractions are near restaurant Abastos 2.0 Barra?

Catedral de Santiago, Plaza del Obradoiro, Mercado de Abastos

Q Which dishes are typical from Santiago de Compostela?

Santiago de Compostela (the name means field of stars) has been a crossroad for centuries. Although it is rather easy to identify dishes that are typical to eat in Santiago, it is not so easy to determine which ones originated in the city. Examples of Galician dishes worth-trying in Santiago de Compostela are the following:
The first dish in the list is with pulpo a feira .octopus- (which is a typical dish nearly everywhere in Galicia -probably above all in Lugo). The second dish is empanada (the filling can consist of scallops, tuna, cod, chorizo or tuna, to name but a few). The third dish is Padron peppers (from the village of Padron in Galicia). We will end our short list with the famous Santiago cake.
go (the name means field of stars) has been a crossroad for centuries. Although it is rather easy to identify dishes that are typical to eat in Santiago, it is not so easy to determine which ones originated in the city. Examples of Galician dishes worth-trying in Santiago de Compostela are the following:

Q How much shoudl I tip at this restaurant?

There is no precise rule as to how much to tip in Spain. Spaniards only tip if they consider the service to be good. A 5% is normally considered a good tip. Having said this, some local waiters know tourists tip more than local Spaniards do and may expect more from foreigners.

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