This traditional family-run restaurant offers a wide range of first quality fish and shellfish. Its long experience is the result of the use of a good product cooked in a simple way alongside a discreet and polite service. It also has a pleasant terrace on the Alameda of Vilagarcía.
This peculiar wooden building constructed on pillars in the docks of the recreational port has a nautical style bar and restaurant. Its terrace becomes a fantastic viewpoint of the ría. Its menu includes a wide and varied range of Galician traditional dishes as well as a set menu.
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.
Situated a step away from the beach and decorated in a rustic style, it provides a pleasant atmosphere. Amongst its specialities its clams "a la marinera", fresh fish, squid, cuttlefish and other sea delicacies stand out.
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.
This establishment is located about 4km from the centre of Vilagarcía, on the border of Vilagarcía and Caldas de Reis, on the way to Pontevedra. The menu offers traditional Galician food cooked with seasonal and local products. Its large rooms host numerous events and celebrations.
Situated four kilometres from the centre of Vilagarcía on the way to Pontevedra, this family-run establishment has long been serving traditional Galician dishes and using high quality shellfish, fish and meat. Rice casserole with lobster is a speciality.
Situated about two kilometres from the centre of Vilagarcía it has long been serving traditional Galician dishes cooked with local produce. Its grilled pork ribs with the house’s special sauce is highly regarded.