The Parador de Cangas de Onís offers cuisine with all the hallmarks of Asturian cooking, yet creatively updated. Key features of this cuisine are high quality local ingredients and a nod to monastic cooking. Located near the well of the 18th-century monastery, our dining area has large windows offering a lovely view of a landscape dominated by the beautiful Sella River. Traditional products you can sample include delicious legumes such as verdina beans, fava beans and peas, along with tender young Asturian beef.
Our house specialties are fillet of hake in cider sauce with baked apple, fabada (white bean stew), and to sweeten the palate, Azucena's delicious caramelized rice pudding. We also offer an exquisite Asturian cheese plate and hazelnut parfait in a chocolate lattice with toffee sauce.
Savoring these exquisite dishes on the terrace while listening to the murmur of the Sella River and enjoying the peaceful natural setting will be a one-of-a-kind experience. Doesn't it sound lovely?