The options for getting tapas in Ribadavia are ample, and here we provide our selection. At the Taberna Papuxa, found in the Jewish quarter, you serve yourself wine in ‘concas’, a kind of bowl typical to Galicia since the Galicians drink wine ‘in a cup’. It has a family-friendly, authentic atmosphere and homemade food.
At O Morto, there is a great atmosphere, especially in the mornings, and they serve rich tapas of which the empanadillas are highly recommendable.
Porta da Cerca has a great location next to the castle. It’s perfect for drinking some coffee on the terrace.
On the other hand, it you don’t feel like stopping to eat a meal in Ribadavia, at Tahona de Herminia in the town’s Jewish quarter you can get some Jewish sweets.