The Pyrenees Restaurants


Donamariako Benta

Donamariako Benta Review

This family-run restaurant is notable for its high quality and refined level of service. Created from a former 19th-century residence and stables, the restaurant is cozy in winter, with its crackling fire, and a treat in summer, when you can be seated in the peaceful garden filled with willow trees overlooking the river and old salmon leap. Prix-fixe menus change seasonally and are based on traditional recipes, such as secreto de cerdo Iberico con crema de hongas (grilled tender pork steak with a wild mushroom sauce) or txangurro a la Donostiarra (baked crab), all sublimely executed. It is advisable to make a reservation if you're coming in August or around public holidays.

    Restaurant Details

  • No dinner Sun. Closed Mon. and Dec. 10–Jan. 5.
Updated: 06-09-2014

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