Decorated with an ornate barometer to gauge the famously unpredictable local weather, this small, family-run seafood eatery is in a 19th-century building in the middle of the harborfront. In addition to an inexpensive menu of the day, there's also a good choice of local fresh fish, including calamares (squid) and espárragos rellenos de erizo de mar (asparagus stuffed with sea urchins). For a bit more money, you can dig into bogavante, a large-claw lobster. For dessert, the fig ice cream is delicious.
Paseo del Muelle 4, Luarca, 33700, Spain