Carril Restaurants

Vivirla para conocerla, gastronomía

Without any doubt, Carril is the capital of the fine food in Vilagarcía de Arousa. The visitor has a big choice of eateries to choose from: seafood restaurants, tapas bars, grill houses or eating houses, located either in the surrounding of Praza da Liberdade, the Alameda and the seafront promenade overlooking the sea, or in the surroundings of Rosalía de Castro avenue. It is not an easy decision.

In Carril, clams are a must. However, there are many other dishes which share a common characteristic: high-quality products alongside an excellent cuisine. Wine lists include not only Galician wines – Albariño, Ribeiro and Godello white wines and Mencía and Caíño red wines- but also any Spanish PDO wines.

Traditional cuisine

Loliña (Seafood restaurant)

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This restaurant was founded in 1939 over the old Customs office of the port of Carril. With views onto the ría and Cortegada island, it offers a wide assortment of seafood and fish and clams from Carril in different preparations.

Casa Bóveda (Seafood restaurant)

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A century-old building houses this restaurant in which a menu full of traditional and fresh dishes can be tasted. 

Luchana (Seafood restaurant)

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 This establishment, located in the port of Carril, has a terrace with views onto the ría and  Cortegada island. Its traditional cuisine is based on rice dishes and stews made with molluscs and fish caught in the ría.

Furruxa (Seafood restaurant)

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This restaurant located in the port of Carril has been open for more than 40 years. Its cuisine is based on seafood and fish prepared with rice or in casserole.

Plácido (Restaurant)

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Connected to the Hotel Carril, in the heart of the promenade, it has a spacious terrace with splendid views. Plácido restaurant offers a wide range of tastes according to the market and a cuisine that blends tradition with a touch of innovation.

Churrasco a ría (Grill house)

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Located near the beach it serves not only the typical grilled pork ribs but also fish and Galician broth and stew every Wednesday. Groups of friends and  business lunches provide the restaurant with a very lively atmosphere. 

Suso (Octopus restaurant)

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While tasting the homemade cuisine in which octopus and fish stand out, the clients can enjoy a sea view through the windows overlooking the seafront promenade.

Las Arenas (Eating house)

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This restaurant,  located near the beach and the city centre, normally offers a set menu with three or four different  starters and main course choices.

Market Cuisine

Loxe Mareiro (Restaurant)

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This eating house which provides a rustic warm style with a contemporary edge is specialized in seafood. It is located on the shore of  the ría of Arousa and includes  an al fresco terrace on the  same promenade. It serves Galician recipes made with local produce with a touch of innovation. It offers  a choice […]