Asturias is regarded as having some of the best food in Spain. Here we have compiled a list of our very favourite restaurants, starting with the best of the best, restaurants honoured with Michelin stars. The list also includes our favourite, most local dining options.
Tip 1: Lunch is the main meal of the day in Spain and it is served between 13:30 and 15:30. Dinner is served between 21:00 and 23:00.
Tip 2: As lunch is the main meal of the day and, as we are in a rural area, it may be challenging to find a restaurant open for dinner ouside the month of August, especially during the week.
Our Top 5 Restaurants
Patricio in the kitchen and Sara in the restaurant make of this a very special experience. They offer only a tasting menu of 6 courses. Open from Thursday to Sunday for lunch only. Booking is essential.
+34 622 017 130
La Puerta (Cabranes) - 16,2 km / 20 mins
Boasting 2 Michelin stars, Casa Marcial is a proper culinary treat. They offer only two different tasting menus, and we recommend to take the wine pairing option. The taste sensations are out of this world.
+34 985 840 991
La Salgar (Parres) - 33 km / 35 mins
Great location in the centre of Arriondas. Tastefully decorated, it has wonderful choices on the menu. You can enjoy a lighter meal here and still receive the Michelin star service. A la carte menu and tasting menu.
+34 985 841 072
Arriondas (Parres) - 28 km / 30 mins
Booking is essential in this restaurant situated some way up a country lane, nestled amongst the mountains surrounding Cangas de Onís. Their speciality is the 'arroz con pitu caleya’ (rice with free range chicken).
+34 985 922 263
Peruyes (Cangas de Onís) - 39 km / 45 mins
An understated restaurant with a menu offering some of the best food around. The menu of the day is great value and if you eat a la carte, try the crab soup. Closed on Tuesdays.
+34 985 850 445
Lastres (Colunga) - 26 km / 45 mins
The menu of the day (only for lunch) offers two choices for each course and the quality is exceptional. In the evenings they have a menu of traditional "raciones". The "Chipirones angulados" (calamari) are excellent. Closed on Wednesdays. Dinners only on Fridays and Saturdays, except in the summer.
+34 985 711 890
Calle Covadonga 43, Infiesto (Piloña) - 8 km / 13 mins
Cheap and cheerful restaurant tucked behind the town hall, in the oldest part of Infiesto. The menu has traditional local dishes. Raciones are big enough to share and this is a good budget option.
+34 985 711 728
Calle el Quesu 9, Infiesto (Piloña) - 8 km / 12 mins
Traditional Asturian restaurant in a pretty village. Their menu is full of typical local dishes. The 'Guisantes con jamón" (peas with ham) are a great choice. Closed on Mondays. Dinners only on Fridays, Saturdays and the evening before holidays, except in the summer.
+34 985 704 016
Ceceda (Nava) - 10 km / 13 mins
Asturian food with a modern twist and a Mexican influence in some dishes. Vegetarian and vegan menu options available. It opens for lunch only. Closed on Mondays (in winter they also close on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). Booking is essential, especially if you go for the vegeterian and vegan menus.
+34 985 707 314
Antrialgo (Piloña) - 9.5 km / 20 mins
Traditional sidrería (cider bar) and restaurant. Their Asturian beef comes from their own farm and we recommend their "chuletón a la piedra". Closed on Mondays for dinner and Tuesdays all day.
+34 985 710 800
Avenida del Orrín 5, Infiesto (Piloña) - 8,6 km / 14 mins