Selected Restaurants

Asturian cuisine and typical dishes of the community have been passed from one generation to the next. The usual raw materials in the region are based on meat from cattle that graze in valleys and meadows, fresh vegetables and legumes and the best fish from the Cantabrian coast. This resources offers a great potential for the elaboration of exquisite typical dishes, some of which even cross borders.

Llar de Viri

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Chef: ELvira Fernández «Viri», María José Miranda Carbajal «Majo» and Daniel López
Location: Candamo
Contact: 985828022 /  llardeviri@hotmail.com

Web: www.llardeviri.eu/
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Traditional Asturian food

Our three proposals:


Pudding of leeks

Pudding of leeks and potatoes from the Grado market, gratin and with La Peral cheese sauce, organic Pita Pinta Asturiana eggs and cream. A regular rich starter in the Llar who is followed by our fabada.


Pote de castañas

From our work in gastronomic archeology we rescued a medieval stew that has become the most identifying dish of the Llar’s type of cuisine. Chestnuts from the Candamo area, and potatoes and vegetables from local markets and homemade compango, chorizo and morcilla from the house. We prepare this contemporary version of an authentic Asturian spoon dish.


Afuega’l Pitu Cheesecake

Baked with Afuega`l Pitu cheese from the Ca Sancho de Ambás cheese factory with strawberry jam and ice cream from our Candamo garden.


Llar de Viri

Llar de Viri Image

Chef: ELvira Fernández «Viri», María José Miranda Carbajal «Majo» and Daniel López
Location: Candamo
Contact: 985828022 /  llardeviri@hotmail.com

Web: www.llardeviri.eu/
Facebook:
Twitter:
Instagram:

Traditional Asturian food

Our three proposals:


Pudding of leeks

Pudding of leeks and potatoes from the Grado market, gratin and with La Peral cheese sauce, organic Pita Pinta Asturiana eggs and cream. A regular rich starter in the Llar who is followed by our fabada.


Pote de castañas

From our work in gastronomic archeology we rescued a medieval stew that has become the most identifying dish of the Llar’s type of cuisine. Chestnuts from the Candamo area, and potatoes and vegetables from local markets and homemade compango, chorizo and morcilla from the house. We prepare this contemporary version of an authentic Asturian spoon dish.


Afuega’l Pitu Cheesecake

Baked with Afuega`l Pitu cheese from the Ca Sancho de Ambás cheese factory with strawberry jam and ice cream from our Candamo garden.