San Sebastián Restaurant Galerna Deep roots cuisine

“Galerna”

It´s said to be a sudden and violent storm with strong gusts of wind from the west to the northwest, typical of the Cantabrian Sea and the Gulf of Bizkaia. This is our kitchen. Unexpected and daring. Seasonal and intuitive. But above all low pressure and full of references. Those who are in our history, that history that is already written and that our team resurrects. Don´t worry about the end, let yourself be carried away by the storm. The journey begins …

Rebeka Barainka & Jorge Asenjo
Tasting menus autumn/20
(without drinks, VAT included).

Los menús cambian según temporada y están sujetos a la disponibilidad de mercado.

Lurra Menu Km0

50€

  • Artisan acorn and turmeric bread
    EVOO Galerna selection
  • Rice, kiskillas and karrakelas
  • Txopo croquette
  • Talo, roast bell pepper, sarda and truffle
  • Oyster, cabbage and slate aguachile
  • Erreka
  • Fish from the market, broth of peppers and salicornias
  • Pulpo, papas & tradition
  • Pigeon and corn sequence
  • Baserri
  • Acorns, cheese and wine
  • Petit Fours

Gran Menú Soberanía Alimentaria

82€

  • Artisan acorn and turmeric bread
    EVOO Galerna selection
  • Rice, kiskillas and karrakelas
  • Txopo croquette
  • Potato and mussel in skabetxe
  • Ortiguilla de nuestras costas
  • Talo, roast bell pepper, sarda and truffle
  • Oyster, cabbage and aguachile de piafaras
  • Erreka
  • Tartar de mar y otoño
  • Txangurro, pipirrana and olive oil ice cream
  • Fish from the market, broth of peppers and salicornias
  • Octopus, papas & tradition
  • Pigeon and corn sequence
  • Baserri
  • Acorns, cheese & wine
  • Pumpkin, carob and truffle meringue
  • Petit fours
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Sol

Guía Repsol

Since February 2020
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Bib Gourmand

Guía Michelín

Since November 2017

“Food sovereignty is the right of the people…”

… To nutritious and culturally adequate, accessible food, produced in a sustainable and ecological way, and their right to decide their own food and production system (…) It gives priority to local economies and empowers peasants and family farming, artisanal fishing and traditional grazing, and places food production, distribution and consumption on the basis of environmental, social and economic sustainability (…) Food sovereignty implies new free social relations.

The Nyéléni Declaration,
Selingue, Mali 2007
Kolon Pasealekua, 46, 20002 Donostia, Gipuzkoa
Galerna
“We want to give prominence to local food, sometimes unknown and even gastronomically undervalued.”

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