I’m a total foodie and the city where I live it’s recognized because of the best gastronomy. Everybody when they hear San Sebastian they think about the food, especially the Pintxos, something very famous here. My boyfriend and I love going out for dinner and trying different restaurants. In today’s post, I would like to show you some of my favorite places in the city.


This restaurant is located in Antiguo neighborhood offering quality food that always tastes delicious. It’s not a cheap restaurant, but it’s a good choice for going to a special dinner or lunch or just if you want to try something different. I went to have lunch with a friend because of his birthday, ordering two starters and two main courses, all were delicious. Here I show you some pics from Vinoteca Bernardina.


One of my favorite places during the week located in Portuetxe, one area where a lot of companies are located. I used to go for lunch at this cute restaurant that is close to my company where every day they have a different dish “dish of the day.” You can check from Monday to Friday in their Instagram from 12:30pm whats the day dish. They used to do something different every day, you can eat one cream + day dish + dessert for 10,20euros. The service is friendly and fast, always receiving their clients with a big smile. I frequent this place many times a week when I don ‘t have time to prepare my lunch for work. If you work around the area, you should try this place from Monday to Friday from 7:00am to 17:00pm. Take a look to this cozy restaurant Casa Agus.


Another of my favorites is Maiatza restaurant, this is located in the Old Town of San Sebastian. The owner is from Argentina and you can find a variety of sandwiches, burgers, and dishes like rice with veggies bowls, salads, quinoa etc all with a good price not more than 10€ per dish. You can also find Guacamole, a variety of different hummus with chips and more. This restaurant is small but cozy, better if you make an appointment because always is full.


Obsessed with this restaurant. Cafe Kursaal is next to the Kursaal emblematic building of San Sebastian. This place is the one I frequent mostly because of the variety of Mexican food. The owner is from Mexico that’s why you can find many delicious dishes 100%, Mexican using original ingredients. This place’s not a Mexican restaurant exactly, all the dishes are traditional but you can find in the menu a Mexican site for all the Mexican food lovers. We used to order Guacamole with totopos for a starter, degustación de tacos (four different tacos Cochinilla Pibil, al pastor, mole, and Camaron), salmon salad, tacos… Also, they have included some typical drinks like Michelada, fresh and delicious.