Great spot to eat, real busy and with a waiting list, but in the end it's worth it. If u looking for a place to eat and dont mind wait i recommend.
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Recommended by our hotel owner as a restaurant run by a local family, El Pitillo, while not very attractive, buzzes with locals ordering dishes such as croquetas, pimentos de Padrón, calamares, and tortillas. The tortilla was perfect; a bit runny and a beautiful yellowish orange!!...More
I popped in here whilst touring Galicia, and enjoyed the best tortilla I've had in 14 years living in Spain, and the Muscles al Vapor were excellent also. Super friendly staff. There are tables outside on the street which are more atmospheric - inside, it's...More
Our group had a variety of things we wanted to eat, so Tapas made perfect sense. We mixed it up between croquettes, octopus, small grilled squid (chipirones) and padron peppers (these are wonderful and a speciality in this region of Spain - yum!). Apparently the...More
Small family owned very friendly & efficient tapas bar where you can sit in or outside so you can watch the world go bye. It is on a shaded street with nice breeze most of the day. Food was excellent with generous portions. Great quality...More
Had two tapas meals here and the food was delicious. A table was set up in the street (they have collapsible tables they put up as they need down a cobbled street) and before we knew where we were wine and water was on the...More
If you want to have Galician/Spanish food in an unpretentious place, this is very good. Don't be appalled by the long line of people waiting, it goes pretty quickly. Good tapas and good prices.
We visited tge El Pitillio two times with friends, because we loved it. It is located in a side street on a little place. If you want to get a table come earlie enough, otherwise you have to wait. We orderd on both evenings several...More