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Under the baton of renowned chef Ander González, La Jarana Taberna brings back the name of the old district in San Sebastian's harbour, and invites its guests to enjoy a journey through traditional Basque cuisine. An updated journey full of surprises, with local and seasonal products, that will leave no one indifferent.
TabernaSunday - Thursday 12:00h - 23:00h
Friday & Saturday 12:00h - 00:00h
RestaurantSunday - Wednesday
13:30h - 15:30h
Thursday - Saturday 13:30h - 15:30h / 20:30h - 22:30h
JARANA. A GREAT SOUNDING WORD. JOY, MEETING, PARTY, FREEDOM, FRIENDS, PROMISE OF HAPPINESS.
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It sounds good and has a certain "festive" ring to it: "Jarana." There's a song that says, in Spanish, that San Sebastian has things that nobody else in the world has. It even has a district called “de la Jarana”. And not just any district: its harbour. The place where San Sebastian becomes more playful, complicit and fun. Where all the possible “San Sebastians” come together. A port which, throughout history, has been a gate through which goods, ideas and ‒in particular‒ people, have come and gone. That's where the whaling vessels left from, and where the ships that brought new goods from America arrived – goods that ranged from chocolate to the potato. It is the place where the arrantzales (fishermen) unloaded their catches and where the net menders did their job.
Today, locals and tourists intermingle amongst this district's streets. It looks out over the bay as an essential part of the postcard image, but maintains its own rebellious personality. And in September it is the platform from where the ‘trainera’ regattas are held, the rowing Olympics that make San Sebastian the most beautiful setting for competitive rowing.
Jarana. A great-sounding word. Joy, meeting, party, freedom, friends, promise of happiness.
And from that jarana loaded with history, that eternal jarana, this tavern is born, an open Jarana where you can eat, drink, meet, and above all, be happy. Or at least try to be.
WE ONLY OFFER GOOD FOOD. GOOD WINES AND GOOD NEWS.
The gastronomy on offer in our menu is a journey through seasonal and locally-produced foodstuffs. An informal proposal that offers different dishes every day, depending on the products available. In addition, thanks to the different ways of preparing them, guests can enjoy the flavour of traditional Basque cuisine with a modern touch.
A culinary offering featuring successful dishes such as the hake pie, the Ropa Vieja pintxo, the steak and foie meatballs or the delicacies from the sea. It’s impossible not to be conquered by La Jarana's menu, with its unforgettable dishes and in full contact with the spirit of San Sebastian's harbour.
The La Jarana Taberna team is a clear example of the essence of this culinary paradise: they exude joy and share the desire to work together as a team. Each of the members of this great family makes the necessary contribution so that diners can enjoy themselves as they deserve. Their experience, passion and personality succeed in conquering our gastronomic hearts.
From left to right and top to bottom: The culinary advisor Ander Gonzalez, our maître Axier, the chef Mikel. Bottom left is chef Luis and above is chef Juan.
You don’t need much of an excuse to celebrate any type of event around a dinner table. So, to enjoy a special meal or a dinner with a difference with friends, we have a private and special corner that is certain to leave an impression: the Batela Room.
Located on the first floor of the Hotel Lasala Plaza, just above the restaurant, this is an area of 85m2 and offers the possibility of organising a lunch or dinner for a minimum of 14 people.
Attendees will have the possibility of choosing between the 3 different menus (Adarra, Kaia and Eguzki).
For more information and to book this area, please contact us by email at email@example.com
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Deep-rooted traditions and a personality of its own. That's our harbour and that’s how we tell it. A place that has its own particular snacks such as Karrakelas (periwinkles) and Kiskillas (shrimp), typical of the old Jarana district. The fact is that at La Jarana Taberna we are in favour of keeping good traditions.
So this is just an invitation for you to try our cones full of those sea snails so typical of San Sebastian and that taste of childhood.
San Sebastian has to be experienced to enjoy it. Walk around it, eat it, drink it, listen to it and feel it.
Come in and try it.
Calle Mari, 3
20003 Donostia -San Sebastián