In a converted 200-year-old tannery a short stroll from the city center, chef Ana García offers contemporary Galician cuisine. The tasting menu serves as a mouthwatering introduction, with a selection of house favorites such as Iberian pork-jowl stew, or scallops on a bed of pumpkin puree. Wine is more lavishly represented here than in most other Santiago restaurants; go local with an Albariño white from the Rìas Baixas or a Mencía red, and make sure to book a day
in advance to secure one of the six popular tables in the cobbled courtyard, which has a fountain.
Rúa Olvido 22, Santiago de Compostela, 15702, Spain