An old village bar where you can drink traditional txikitos (wine in short glasses) at the bar, converted, thanks to the work of the last generation ... More
An old village bar where you can drink traditional txikitos (wine in short glasses) at the bar, converted, thanks to the work of the last generation of the family (GorkaTxapartegi and his brother), into a very interesting restaurant. The cuisine is refined and modern whilst remaining faithful to the gastronomy of one of the most important fishing ports in Cantabria. This faithfulness is reflected in a special way in the use of excellent local materials: squid, horse-mackerel, hake, tuna and anchovies, prepared in a modern and imaginative way. The old bar has recently been refurbished to match the quality of the food. Closed during the Christmas holidays.
The basque region is reknowned for the quality of its cuisine, but Restaurante Alameda does nothing to uphold this reputation.
The food is terribly average. It's not bad, just plain. One dish, their "special", had fish accompanied by a white froth that resembled raw beaten egg whites. The only positive thing was that at least it gave the fish some flavour. Considering that an appetizer and main will run you about 50 Euro per person (not including alcohol or dessert), this restaurant is hugely overpriced and just is not worth the money.
There is no ambience whatsoever and the dining area is characterized by a big outdoor propane heater situtated in the centre of the room. Staff (we had 3 looking after us) are not well trained and some could not answer basic questions about the food. They seem to want to try hard, however.
Based on my visit, I would not recommend this restaurant as you can eat better almost anywhere else.
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