We went here on New Year’s Eve. Great venue overlooking the ocean. The food was amazing! Great restaurants do hospitality and Aita-Mari does hospitality! Thank you Pablo - we will be back!
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We went there for lunch and tried the menu instead of pintxos. We weren't disapointed. The dishes were satisfying and and tasty and the personel was very polite and helpful.
I have not eaten in the Restaurant upstairs, but the Bar is a nice place to visit. The service is friendly, and the Pintxos are good. People tend to come in with their dogs, and this gives me a chance to meet some new 4...More
Six of us were looking for a lunch venue on the day of a big festival. Many places were focussing on locals. Aita-Mari happily took us in and prepared a table for us. It's not a fine dining venue but the food was tasty and...More
We visited Aita-mari having read the reviews and we were so impressed. The evening we went it was very quiet with only one other table occupied. We chose the set menu including wine and water. Not only was the food amazing but such good value....More
I think we caught them on a bad night and if there is another opportunity, we'll give them a second chance. I never normally go anywhere a second time after a poor first experience but I suspect this place is a little gem. Set overlooking...More
Decor very standard but food is well cooked. I had the local specialty which was baked crab, excellent. My wife had fresh hake: not frozen. She said it was perfect. Upstairs you get a view of the sea. Pleasant staff, no English spoken but French....More
One of the best meals of our holiday. The set menu is great value. We received a whole bottle of wine between us and the portion sizes were spot on. My crepe was exquisite and the veal cheeks amazing. I even loved my pear dessert....More