Fodor's Expert Review Casa Galarza

$$ Baztan Valley Views

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, such as tender asparagus spears swimming in tangy vinaigrette, before digging into heftier mains like monkfish-stuffed piquillo peppers and (seasonally) roast squab and milk-fed lamb.

Views Casual Lunch Dinner $$ Basque

Quick Facts

Calle Santiago 1
31700, Spain


Known For:
  • Old-school Basque cooking
  • House-made desserts
  • Wood-beam dining room
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues., 2 wks in Feb., last wk of Sept., and 1st wk of Oct. No dinner Mon.–Thurs. in Nov.–June

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