The Pyrenees Restaurants

In the Alta Pyrenees, the cozy stone-wall inns, with their hearty cuisine and comfortable interiors, are a welcome sight after a day's hiking or sightseeing. Often family run and relaxed, they rarely have any kind of dress code and, often, a nourishing meal is brought to a close with a complimentary local chupito (shot) of liqueur, finishing the night off with a satisfying thump. Back down in the main cities, restaurants take inspiration from these traditional methods, but offer a more contemporary style and setting.

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  • 1. Can Po


    In this ivy-covered stone-and-mortar farmhouse perched over a deep gully in nearby Rocabruna, feast on carefully prepared local dishes like vedella amb crema de ceps...Read More

  • 2. Can Ventura


    In a flower-festooned 17th-century stone house is one of La Cerdanya's finest restaurants, which serves elevated Catalan fare with French touches. Beef a la llosa...Read More

  • 3. Casa Rufus


    Pine walls and floors, red-and-white-check curtains, and flowy white tablecloths furnish this stuck-in-time restaurant in the gray-stone village of Gessa, between Vielha and Salardú. Try...Read More

  • 4. Donamaria'ko Benta


    This family-run restaurant and B&B in a former 19th-century residence has a crackling fire in winter and a willow-shaded patio in summer. Prix fixes change...Read More

  • 5. El Tubo Neighborhood


    El Tubo, the area surrounding the intersection of Calle Estébanes and Calle Libertad, is tapas central. Try to stick to one tapa per bar so...Read More

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  • 6. Era Coquèla


    On a bank overlooking the Garonne, the white-tablecloth, tile-floor Era Coquèla is a Vielha institution, beloved by local families, repeat vacationers, and even truck drivers...Read More

  • 7. Fogony


    Come here for seasonal and contemporary creations from an acclaimed chef and supporter of the slow-food movement, with a prix fixe menu that may include...Read More

  • 8. Las Torres


    Huesca's top restaurant makes inventive use of local ingredients like wild mushrooms, wild boar, venison, and lamb. The glass-walled kitchen is as inviting as the...Read More

  • 9. Palomeque


    For upscale tapas, sharable raciones, and a more sedate atmosphere, step into Palomeque. Dishes hinge on market produce and fuse traditional recipes with playful modern...Read More

  • 10. A'Borda Samper


    At this wood-beamed barroom, dine on comfort-food tapas and mains like battered zucchini, meatballs bobbing in tomato sauce, fried eggs with sausage, and juicy steaks. ...Read More

  • 11. Asador Ixarso


    Roast goat or lamb cooked over a raised fireplace in the corner of the dining room is why this place is a fine refuge in...Read More

  • 12. Casa Galarza


    Stop here for Basque and Navarran comfort food served in an old stone house on the river. Start with any of the local vegetable specialties,...Read More

  • 13. Casa Pardina


    Romantic dining at a reasonable price is the main draw at this restaurant with two fixed-price menus offering dozens of dishes to choose from. The...Read More

  • 14. El Molí


    A picturesque riverside location, knotty pine walls, wood beams, and a rustic prix fixe that highlights regional specialties make this a lovely spot for a...Read More

  • 15. El Rebeco


    In this graceful, rustic building in the upper part of town, the dining rooms are lined with historic photographs of Torla during the 19th and...Read More

  • 16. Era Mola


    This rustic former stable with whitewashed walls serves Aranese dishes with a modern, often French twist. Duck, either stewed with apples or served with carreretes...Read More

  • 17. La Formatgeria de Llívia


    This restaurant on the eastern edge of town is inside a former cheese factory, and the proprietors continue the tradition by producing fresh cheese on...Read More

  • 18. La Fragua


    Tucked behind a huge wooden door just off Calle Major hides a cozy stonewalled asador (grill house). The fired-up barbecue can be viewed from the...Read More

  • 19. La Tasca de Ana


    One of the best tapas bars in town, La Tasca de Ana is boisterous and filled with locals. With only a handful of tables and...Read More

  • 20. Los Victorinos


    Named after a much-feared and respected breed of fighting bull, this rustic tavern, located behind La Seo, is dripping with taurine paraphernalia. It offers an...Read More

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