Donostia-San Sebastian

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Mediterranean
6 reviews
Juan Mari Arzak along with his daughter Elena Arzak Espina fuse quintessential Basque cuisine with modern technique. — Gayot
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European
6 reviews
Straddling the coastal hills just outside San Sebastián, design hotel Akelarre is a perfect storm of head-turning interiors, world-class dining and a location overlooking the Bay of Biscay — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Spanish
Bilbo Zaharra
4 reviews
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Spanish
4 reviews
While the large staff has set the rhythm of service, the quality of its kebabs has taken it to the height of success. — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
5 reviews
Contemporary-style tapas bar in the old district. The menu is displayed on a large blackboard. Several tables are available for tasting their menus of creative bar snacks. — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
3 reviews
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
Someone should declare this pintxos bar a national treasure. — Frommer's
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Spanish
3 reviews
The elegant simplicity of this airy, minimalistic dining area puts all the focus on chef Dani López’s innovative and artistic culinary creations, which play with traditional Basque and Spanish flavors — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
This bar opposite the San Telmo museum is popular and lively, so be prepared for some good-natured elbowing along with the excellent, freshly prepared pintxos such as ox in grainy mustard or cod in beer tempura. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Mushrooms, mushrooms, mushrooms! The menu is obvious in this beer bar with heaps of mushrooms on the back counter and hams hanging overhead. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Seafood is especially good here. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Some of the latest specialties, based on market-fresh ingredients, feature cod confit on crushed potatoes with red-pepper jus. — Frommer's
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Spanish
2 reviews
7
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Spanish
2 reviews
Fish and shellfish are prepared simply: grilled, baked, sometimes steamed. The classic hake cheeks in pil pil is probably the most ordered dish on the menu. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
You will likely smell the wood smoke from Rekondo even before you reach the old stone house that holds this terrific Basque asador. — Frommer's
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Spanish
2 reviews
This restaurant is family run and occupies a delightful Basque country house that is over 600 years old — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
2 reviews
7
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Waterfront Basque restaurant offering excellent views of La Concha beach. — Gayot
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Spanish
2 reviews
At the elegant Bar Martínez one must select crab mousse molded between bright zucchini shavings into a clever "charlotte". — Travel + Leisure
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