The traditional cuisine of Andorra is Catalan, but it has some influences from the Mediterranean, the French and the Italian cooking. Almost every restaurant in Andorra, except for the very specialized ones, offers some kind of traditional Andorran cuisine. It can be simply called "mountain food" because products are fresh and locally grown – they include various vegetables and meats, a lot of grains and herbs. Traditional restaurants in Andorra usually offer a certain local specialty from the “must try” list.
A Casa Canut
This is a hotel complex with a restaurant, which pays a kind of exceptional attention to food and gastronomy. Their menu is constantly changing and improving, and every single day you can choose between a few different menus - a Seasonal Menu, a Market Cuisine Menu, a Gourmet Sampling Menu, a Seafood Menu, and a Daily Special Menu.
Celler d'en Toni
Some collection of fine wines, some tasty traditional Catalan food, a clean and stylish interior with attention to detail– that’s what master Toni Sasplugas started over 50 years ago and what you can still find, a few generations after, in the heart of Andora la Vella.
The small wooden house at the corner of Cap Del Carrer. The tiny green garden by the entrance, the traditional interior design, the warmness of the colors and the smell of all the tasty foods waiting to be ordered. Restaurant El Faisa is not shiny and pretentious – it’s quite the opposite. It’s a place to feel home in the capital of Andorra.
La Borda Pairal 1630
Beautiful, spacious, alternative, rural, all made of stone and wood. La Borda Pairal 1630 definitely is a place to go when you want to step off the beaten track. Authentic spirit, combined with an excellent local cuisine – this positively is a combination to remember. A bit far from the city center, the place is quiet, wild and absolutely hypnotizing.
You’re into special wines, artistically looking meals, and detailed perfection? You like tasting the food with all your senses, and your aims go beyond getting your stomach full? L' Enoteca is then precisely where you need to be. That's a small space with the vast ambition to defend their reputation as an alternative and modern place to have a taste of the traditional Catalan food.