Snacking Galician Style at Atlántico Casa de Petiscos

It is posts like this that keep Valencia on my short list for an extended stay in Spain next year! Fresh and boundary-pushing takes on traditional Galician dishes! We love spicy food so this one is intriguing. Gorgeous photography, Julia! Let’s do this!

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Few things make me happier than finding a new place to enjoy fresh, creative seafood. That’s why I’m so thrilled that Michelin-starred Chef Pepe Solla has selected Valencia for his latest venture, a beautifully designed restaurant showcasing Galician cuisine. When we saw Atlántico Casa de Petiscos opening in Valencia this February, I rushed to read about it and was immediately excited to give it a try.

Pepe Solla grew up in his family’s restaurant Casa Solla in Pontevedra, Galicia. One of the oldest restaurants in Spain, Casa Solla has maintained a Michelin star since 1980. Pepe Solla eventually took over the kitchen at Casa Solla. Just a few years ago, Solla opened two casual restaurants under the name Atlántico in Madrid. Atlántico Casa de Comidas first opened in 2015 serving traditional Galician food. Atlántico Casa de Petiscos opened a year later in Madrid.

Atlantico Case de Petiscos Valencia Spain

Petiscos means “snacks” and the concept is perfect for…

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