Eating in Pasai Donibane – Pasajes de San Juan

Eating in Pasai Donibane – Pasajes de San Juan

Pasai Donibane is part of a coastal port town comprised of four districts on the Oyarzun River. We’ll tell you which local dishes to order if you decide to eat in Pasai Donibane and the dining options that the town has to offer. The town’s restaurants and bars will surprise you with their Basque recipes. Dining in Pasai Donibane is a delight!

This town is one of the four districts that make up the municipality of Pasaia. Pasai Donibane, the oldest of the four districts, is adjacent to Pasaia Bay, so the town’s culinary tradition is closely linked to its fishing industry. When it comes time to eat in Pasai Donibane, you’ll be able to find a wide array of seafood including hake, turbot, sea bream, monkfish, anchovies, clams, and lobster, all right from the sea. These fish serve as the basis of several traditional stews and soups, which are very common in Pasai Donibane.

Meat is another very popular product in the town, especially pork in the form of grilled pork chops. During mushroom season, the mushrooms picked from the nearby mountains serve as a side dish for many classic stews. To accompany all that there is to eat in Pasai Donibane, we recommend opening a bottle of homemade cider or Txakoli de Vizcaya, the province’s most famous white wine.

The restaurant Ganbara has a pinchos bar available day and night. You won’t get a hamburger or croquettes like theirs anywhere else. A small restaurant that serves amazing snacks is Juantxo, a perfect place to get calamari. Ziaboga serves delicious anchovies and has excellent views.

There are numerous options for places to eat in Pasai Donibane. Txulotxo is a restaurant whose décor is as traditional as the menu. They use quality locally-sourced ingredients to make appetizing and skillfully prepared dishes. They offer an à la carte menu, daily prix fixe menu, and special menus. The view is gorgeous, as the restaurant overlooks the estuary. The fish soup and baked crab are good options.

Casa Cámara is a very popular option for dining in Pasai Donibane. This charming restaurant is located in an old 17th-century mansion and boasts a spacious dining room facing the estuary. Their specialties are fish and shellfish of all kinds, but they pay homage to other classic recipes from the Basque cookbook as well. We recommend the crabarroca pudding with toast.

The restaurant Ziaboga has several different rooms where you can enjoy their traditional home-style cooking, notable for its use of fresh ingredients of the highest quality. They offer an extensive and appetizing menu and several prix fixe menus of varied prices. The grilled calamari is one of their most acclaimed dishes. Our community of travelers thinks it’s one of the best restaurants in town.

Another place we recommend is Ganbara, a classic restaurant where ingredients from the nearby Cantabrian coast make up the bulk of their simple, quality home-style fare. Outstanding.

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