San Sebastián Restaurant Galerna Deep roots cuisine


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 menu & menu spring/21
(without drinks, VAT included).

Menus change seasonally and are subject to market availability.

Menu Ameztu ezazu | Dream It


  • Artisan acorn and turmeric bread
    EVOO Galerna selection
  • Onion and sardine
  • Nasturtium bite and tartare of txitxarro
  • Octopus croquette
  • Violet potato glass with sheep butter and caviar
  • Oyster, acorn and wild leafs
  • Scarlet prawn spatter
  • Red tuna with aguachile, wasabi and pickles
  • Cod tripes, salicornias and corn
  • Fish of the day with its pilpil and peppers
  • Baserri: Natural apple bonbon filled with cider, cream and walnuts
  • Steak tartare, cured bacon and mustard
  • Grilled organic Km.0 chicken with mushroom ragout
  • Roasted peach, roses and violet ice cream
  • Carob soup, chocolate and orange
  • Petit Fours


Guia Repsol

Since February 2020
¡galerna restaurant San Sebastián guía Michelin

The Plate

Guía Michelín

Bib Gourmand since 2017
The Plate since 2021

“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, Malí 2007
Kolon Pasealekua, 46, 20002 Donostia, Gipuzkoa
“We want to give prominence to local food, sometimes unknown and even gastronomically undervalued.”

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