- This is the old Galician part of the city, and although it has had a name change the quality of its cuisine remains the same. You can have lunch or dinner here, or simply dine on tapas. Try the lacón con grelos (pork with turnip tops) or the pote gallego (Galician stew). A good Ribeiro (Galician wine) is a must to accompany your meal. For a meal based on tapas, your best choice is the chorizo (spicy Spanish sausage) and octopus served on a board with paprika and boiled potatoes. The décor is traditional, and the wooden bar is a popular gathering place for local regulars.
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