Great breakfast of tortilla and jamon and pastries. Would come here again! Tucked in the back of the central market.
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We hunted this place out following the reviews on trip advisor and were not disappointed! The breakfast combo has the tortilla others have raved about plus ham on toast, croissants, orange juice and coffee and is really reasonable. The service was quick and friendly. We...More
We just happened on this place. Desperate for a Spanish coffee, I spot the tortilla. It really is delicious. It seems all the other customers are locals. Sorry no pictures we ate the tortilla to quickly.
Came to check this little gem out for breakfast as I’m wheat free. Had the potato tortilla with gluten free bread. Service was great, food delicious and great prices. Worth the visit.
Located within the amazing Bretxa Market, this charming little counter/bar had some of the best tapas we had on our whole trip to Spain. The woman who served us was friendly and accommodating. Great breakfast too!
Maybe they were having an off day but I tried to ask for recommendations and only got cod tortilla. There were some other very intricate pintxos which looked much more interesting. I had the duck which was delicious and beautifully presented. The chorizo tortilla sandwich...More
This breakfast bar is hidden in the underground food market. The menu is limited but they do everything well. The omelette was very good and the bread with prosciutto was a nice addition. Quick service and well-priced.
I stopped here three times for breakfast and lunch. It is the best and value for money pintxos place in San Sebastian. Honestly, it is better than most of the pintxos places in the old town. This jewel is located in the food market and...More
Had regular breakfast pintxos for breakfast until 11 am. We had tortilla de patatas (excellent!), tortilla de hongas (mushrooms) and tortilla de anchoas (anchovies). Very nice barkeeper who was very nice in helping us navigate how to order and what to order. The afternoon pintxos...More
The jamon served at Bar Azkena comes from Iker, which is the stall on the other side of the market. Iker is the owner of the namesake stall. Cheerful fellow. Ask for a sample first before purchasing from a range of paleta (front shoulder) to...More