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.
This renovated century-old house is located at the beach front, next to the promenade. It has a terrace with one of the most spectacular views of the bay. Clams from Carril, toasts, Albariño wine or a beer are the perfect complement to enjoy the view.
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 offers a menu full of dishes amongst which clams from Carril, baby squid and rice with lobster stand out. It is located in front of the ría de Arousa with stunning views of Cortegada island and the clam farms.
Small establishment located in the port of Carril with a friendly atmosphere. On the first floor there is a warm dining room with views of Cortegada island. Its specialities are soupy rice and baby squids.
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).
Located near O Castro, it provides a terrace on a pedestrian area in the centre of the city. As its name suggests, this is a small establishment where good tapas and a wide variety of bread rolls can be tasted.