Its name makes reference to the abundance of its portions. It serves dishes ranging from zorza (pickled pork) and Padrón peppers to seafood, all prepared with seasonal products from the local market. Booking is recommended.
It has a terrace (in the sun and in the shade) and magnificent views of Cortegada island. Its dishes are prepared with fresh market produce. It accepts reservations and take away meals (previously ordered).
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.
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.