General information

Restaurante El Coto opened in 2008, in the central street of Reza, Ourense. This restaurant is a space dedicated to the best fish and meat and thanks to its quality, it has become a landmark in the city.

The kitchen of El Coto offers the best from the tradition of the Galician cuisine, with a clear commitment to excellence both in service and product. It has a wide variety of tapas and pinchos, in addition to the ability to organize banquets and celebrations.

The restaurant has a Q Mark for Tourist Quality and offers a wide selection of wines, with an special attention to Galician wine denominations of origin.

The gastronomic offer has a significant proportion of Galician dishes including materials of certified Galician origin (Designations of Origin, Galician Protected Geographical Indications, and Galicia Calidade, Rías Baixas, or other equivalent certifications).
Beside Progreso Street. This definition of the location of this restaurant says a lot in Ourense, since the route was and is the historic heart of the city, as well as a historic departure to the Meseta, and the site for shining buildings as the one housing the Provincial Council. So the first deduction is that El Coto is central. And that situation allows it to serve as a meeting point for those willing to visit Las Burgas, these hot springs that the Romans already knew. Those invaders' most obvious footprint is the Old Bridge, today rightly closed to traffic so that pedestrians enjoy a singular work that allows crossing the mighty river Miño at that point. And once we left behind the stream, we will find on the left the outdoor baths called A Chavasqueira, although the shortest route from El Coto is not that, but the one that leads to the Millennium Bridge, an avant-garde work of engineering and design.
Restaurante El Coto