There are numerous options for places to eat in Portugalete. One of the town’s most reputable establishments is Casa Jauregi, a restaurant specializing in barbecue where you can also find other typical Basque dishes, always prepared with fresh, quality products. The codfish al pil pil, cuttlefish, and sirloin are their most popular dishes. This is one of the best restaurants in town.
The restaurant Adrian serves quality fare based on recipes from the Basque cookbook with contemporary touches. They offer several different prix fixe menus, including a cider menu and shellfish menu. It’s also possible to hold special events there. An economical choice.
Torre de Salazar, located in an artistically significant building, is another restaurant to keep in mind when it’s time to eat in Portugalete. Without losing sight of tradition, its kitchen serves up dishes that represent modern techniques, always made with quality, locally-sourced products. We recommend the turbot, clams, and cockles.
Náuticos is another renowned place to eat in Portugalete, due to its traditional cuisine specializing in meat and fish as well as the restaurant’s panoramic views of the estuary and the bridge. Their fare is offered through an extensive à la carte menu and several special prix fixe menus. They also host celebrations for weddings, communions, and other special events.