Casa Solla, Galician recipes with a contemporary twist

The story of the restaurant Casa Solla, located in Poio (Pontevedra), can not be told without also reviewing the biography of its owner and chef, Pepe Solla. Born in Poio, Pepe grew up watching their parents rule the restaurant, the same that years later would be awarded a Michelin Star, the highest distinction in the […]


And the carnival is here!

Carnaval Galicia

Dear friends, The most colourful celebration of the year arrives next February 7 to fill the streets with music, dance and joy. Spain is one of the European countries with the largest Carnival tradition. If there is one region that still keeps alive many ancient traditions in both parades and gastronomy, this is Galicia. In […]


Culler de Pau, a Michelin-star with sea flavour

Given its privileged location in the town of O Grove (Pontevedra), one of the most coveted dining destinations in Galicia, and the skills of its chef Javier Olleros, it is not surprising that the restaurant Culler de Pau has acquired the excellence of a Michelin Star since its opening in 2009, along with many positive […]


Casa Marcelo: a gastronomic benchmark which regained its Michelin Star

On 25th November last the Hostal de los Reyes Católicos of Santiago hosted the most prestigious event in the food industry: the Michelin Stars Gala 2016. In it, a total of fifteen restaurants, fourteen Spanish and one Portuguese, received their first Star, two Spanish received their second and, unlike other years, no restaurant received the three-star […]


Maruja Limón: the resurgence of a Michelin-starred restaurant in Vigo

“Adapt or die” seems to have been the motto of the restaurant Maruja Limón, the first to receive a Michelin star in the city of Vigo, since it abandoned its previous location to become an innovative space in the heart of that city. The know-how of Rafa Centeno and his right hand Inés Abril –contestant […]


The roots of a Michelin-starred restaurant located in Ourense

Let’s place ourselves back in 2012. Two cousins from Ourense decide to open their own business in order to reflect on it the know-how they have acquired alongside leading professionals in their sector over the years. So far this story seems to be one among many other entrepreneurial adventures but in this case we have […]


San Froilán makes Lugo the epicenter of Galician’s social life

The city of Lugo is a day to give the go-ahead to its most famous festivity. As usual since the mid-eighteenth century, the Roman city pays homage to its patron saint, San Froilán, through a series of activities to encourage participation and enjoyment of all audiences. This celebration of religious origin has become, over the […]


Cantabria and Asturias: Come and taste

The great geographical diversity of the communities of Cantabria and Asturias, with a strong complementarity between plant landscape and the sea surface, provides a diverse range of food products. Among this wealth of raw materials and supplies the following are some of the most well-known ones: the Asturian milk present in the famous Cabrales cheese […]