San Sebastian is an international culinary reference. Our great chefs have been the best ambassadors to project the image of our city in the world. La NOTARÍA joins the proposals and attractions of the recognised and reputable professionals that have provided Donostia with a “food culture” more alive than ever.
La NOTARÍA offers to its guests and visitors a cuisine that is based on the quality of its products. Pintxos and simple dishes for the customer, with an innovative twist and enriched by the highest demands when it comes to define and show our suggestions. Home cooking combined with cold options with the aim of showing “the taste of always in the kitchen”.
At La NOTARÍA, enjoy a new view of the traditional product
We have vested our menu with harmony, attractive and balance so it can meet the likes of the widest range of customers. We concentrate the best ingredients as a resource to attract all tastes. La NOTARÍA also bets on the seasonal market to surprise the customer and energise its offer.
At La NOTARÍA, gastronomy is mixed with the culture, architecture and tradition. As heirs of a unique space, the restoration work has been executed preserving the solid structure of the old wineries, now converted into independent dining halls while maintaining its charm.
The spirit of yesteryear, when in the first quarter of the twentieth century Donostian people approached 11 Peña and Goñi St to buy wine and spirits, has impregnated the entire project to adapt the premises to the needs and values of a space that blends art with the history. The business and winery essence of Donosti from another age gives way to a new space with its own identity.
In a strategic spot on the rise, the outskirts of the Kursaal Congress Centre next to the Zurriola Beach, La NOTARÍA, in the pedestrian 11 Peña y Goñi St, invites you to visit the establishment and enjoy its design, identity and style.
La NOTARÍA offers you the best gastronomy always with a high quality product
Seafood provide the body with a large content of high quality protein because they contain all essential amino acids. In addition, they are low in carbohydrates and in most cases, have a low fat content. Many healthy nutrients are concentrated in their composition and they contain valuable minerals and vitamins with antioxidant benefits, which prevent us from nutritional anaemia and are beneficial to the skin and eyes.
Cured charcuterie has a particularly positive nutritional and organoleptic qualities. They have a high protein content and are rich in other minerals such as phosphorus. Moderate consumption contributes to increase muscle mass and bone maintenance. Among the vitamins, they include the B group that encourages good heart function and helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue.
In a healthy diet, nutritionists recommend including several pieces of vegetables daily for their many benefits. They hydrate the body because of its high water content and they are cleansing. They provide us with nutrients that promote the proper functioning of the nervous system. They also improve collagen production and help to protect the skin. Furthermore, they are rich in fibre which contributes to lower cholesterol.
Salchichón (dry cured sausage)
Cecina de León (cured, smoked, salted beef)
French cheese selection
Marinated white anchovies
Onion, with little sardines and black olives
Ventresca tuna fillets with piquillo peppers
Squid “a la feira”, Galician style
Galician ham hock with piquillo peppers
Foie gras with fig jam
Cod ajoarriero (green & red pepper, tomato and potato mixture)
Camembert cheese and tomato jam
Cheese & anchovies
Escalibada (smoky grilled aubergines, red peppers and onions)
Monkfish, with porcini mushrooms and king prawns
Tomato, with tuna or garlic
Goat’s cheese salad with dried fruit
Iberico pork cheeks with potato purée
Haricot beans with cod tripe
Tripe “Madrileña” style
Vegetable lasagne with porcini mushrooms
Suckling lamb shoulder
Cod with tomato sauce
Coconut coupe with a tropical fruit centre
Carrot, raisin and cinnamon cake with cheese and orange marmalade
Yogurt and maracuya ice cream
If you want to make your booking, call us to our contact phone.
For more information, email us
or visit us in Gros neighbourhood in San Sebastian.
Telephone: 943 358 297
Address: 11 Peña y Goñi St, San Sebastián