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The independent Principality of Andorra, that small and idyllic country situated between France and Spain—in the Pyrenees Mountains—boasts a broad variety of exciting tourism options, as well as an attractive culinary tradition that combines the best of the Spanish and French cuisines.
Andorra has a large number of restaurants where you can taste exquisite traditional dishes influenced by the flavors of modern cuisine, prepared with high-quality local products, and accompanied by excellent French, Spanish, and Andorran wines.
Without a doubt, a culinary visit to this small country should start at the famous
The beautiful medieval town in the village of
But undoubtedly, the greatest number of high-end restaurants are located in Andorra La Vella, the capital city. Inside the luxurious Plaza Hotel, you’ll find La Cupula Restaurant, led by the renowned chef Sergi Jerome, who trained in Paris with the great Dominique Bouchet. He offers a broad range of signature dishes in an environment of elegance and sophistication.
Interior of a borda
At the prestigious 5-star Andorra Park Hotel—located in a residential area of the Andorran capital—És Andorra is a restaurant with signature cuisine in an exclusive served in a classic atmosphere.
Casa Canut—a downtown five-star gastronomic hotel—also boasts two excellent restaurants: La Grandalla dels Set Pètals, and La Barra del
To learn more about the country’s products, visit the Marquet
Plate from La Cupula
And if you are a fan of pizzas, we recommend a very particular kind, made by the French chef Didier Amalric in his small restaurant L’Escenari de
This is Andorra: a jewel, both for its beautiful setting as for its excellent cuisine. ■