You may find that strolling along the medieval streets of the tranquil city of Tui and visiting the cathedral or scenic overlooks of Mount Aloia, the first place in Galicia to be declared a nature reserve, will whet your appetite. If this is the case, the Parador’s Enxebre San Telmo is a magnificent spot to sample the finest Galician cuisine. The menu features such classic dishes as young beef, octopus, various kinds of scallops, and mussels. Their fantastic presentation combines tradition and modernity.
The restaurant opens onto our garden, a magnificent green carpet beside the Miño River. And in our summer dining room, you can also enjoy the best panoramic view of the cathedral and old quarter, outdoor dinners and an open grill.
How do caldo gallego (bean stew), sliced pork shoulder, pulpo á feira (octopus and potatoes dressed with olive oil and paprika), marinated pork loin with potatoes and our house empanada (savory pie) sound? These are just some of the specialties we look forward to sharing with you.