Laia Erretegia is in Hondarribia’s Arkolla neighbourhood, in a rural setting surrounded by farmhouses and close to the Santiagotxo chapel. So, right on the Way of St. James.
Casa Manolo, an establishment with a long tradition in Hondarribia, specialising in Castilian cooking and based in the Amute neighbourhood, very close to the airport.
The Alameda is undoubtedly Hondarribia’s leading restaurant. It has one Michelin star and a long history behind it. It’s now run by the third generation and was originally a popular bar and picnic place.
Antxiña is in Plaza de Armas square in the Historic Quarter of Hondarribia, next to the Parador de Turismo hotel, one of the iconic and prettiest spots in the whole town.
Sugarri restaurant is in the Río Bidasoa hotel and is one of the freshest gastronomic developments to emerge in Hondarribia in recent times.
At Abarka they value the marketplace, seasonal produce and give pride of place to the product. The menu is a good balance between fish and meat, a variety of starters to try and share plus some delicate desserts.
Hiruzta restaurant serves food prepared using seasonal and locally sourced produce. Most of the dishes on the menu, along with a series of set meals, are prepared on the new grill, which is visible from the dining area.
Jaizkibel is an elegant designer restaurant, where you’ll find a full range of fine food on a menu featuring dishes for the most demanding palates.
Arroka Berri offers modern cuisine based on the high quality of local produce and with classic flavours.
Yola Berri has one of the best pintxos bars in Hondarribia, with a wide variety of traditional style food.
Batzoki Jatetxea is an attractive restaurant near the Puerta de Santa María gateway leading into Hondarribia’s Historic Quarter. It typically serves traditional, locally sourced food.
Hondar bar and restaurant is in the La Marina neighbourhood, strategically located where Paseo Butrón leads towards the busiest area of bars and restaurants.
“Drinks, meals and something else” reads the slogan at Kaizaharra bar, which works hard to stick to its commitment to serving food prepared with loving care.
Zeria restaurant is based in a house built in 1575 and is undoubtedly one of the most charming in the old fishing village.
La Hermandad de Pescadores is one of the most famous restaurants in Hondarribia and has been operating for many years, plus it’s one of the town’s most popular visitor attractions.
Txantxangorri occupies one of the most beautiful buildings in the old fishing village of La Marina de Hondarribia, one of the town’s most photographed locations.
Arraunlari restaurant is one of the main attractions on Paseo Butrón de Hondarribia, close to the sea, the bay and France.
Faro de Higuer is based in the campsite with the same name, although it has a separate entrance and is open to the general public.
The restaurant is based in an old shop premises and many of the original features of the building have been retained, making it the town’s most intimate, welcoming and romantic place to eat.
Mahasti restaurant sets out to give diners a delicious journey to the heart of Basque cooking in the skilled hands of Chef Juan Carlos Ferrando.
El Curry Verde is Hondarribia’s lacto-vegetarian restaurant with vegan options. It’s in Hondarribia’s yachting marina, in Calle Minareta.