What

What

Where

Where

Spanish

Agalega

Average price €20
9/10
147 reviews

Simple booking

Simple booking

Free serviceInstant reservation

Restaurant menu

Average price €20 Special request

The chef recommends...

Poulpe à feira
€16
Lacon a la Gallega
€11
Manchego à la truffe
€15

Dietary options

Gluten free

Ratings & Reviews

Excellent
9/10
based on 147 reviews
Only customers who have dined at the restaurant after making a reservation on TheFork can leave a review.
Quality of food :9/10
Service :9.3/10
Setting :8.8/10
  1. Ralph B.
    Ralph B.
    • 17 reviews
    10/10

    Very good place: good tapas & wines

  2. Laetitia M.
    Laetitia M.
    • 11 reviews
    10/10

    Excellent comme d’habitude

  3. Lucia S.
    Lucia S.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    We loved the Galician tapas (pulpo a feira, pimientos de padron, empanada and croquetas) with Estrella Galicia and the environment - really nice! We had a chat with the owners, a Galician-Mauritian couple, and they told us about the story of the restaurant and its name. We had a really good time. The only remark: prices were a little to high for the quantity - but the quality was really good!

  4. Charles  G.
    Charles G.
    • 5 reviews
    10/10

    Very nice service, amazing food! Great people. The night was perfect and romantic.

  5. Yoav C.
    Yoav C.
    • one review
    5/10

    Disappointing food. Not much on offer and not very high quality. Reheated rather than cooked fresh by the barmen not a separate chef.

  6. Megan B.
    Megan B.
    • 3 reviews
    5/10

    The staff was very nice! However, the food was really disappointing. The tortilla was overcooked and the sardines came from a can and without a utensil to get them out easily. The shrimp was overcooked in a sauce that tasted like an Indian dish and not Spanish. The pimientos de patron were good - no way to mess those up! But i have to say again, we were treated so nicely and the place is very cute.

    Agalega

    Thank you very much for the comments. However agalega is a mix between Mauritius island and Galicia. May be you didn’t know that . All the product that we proposed come from Espagne and Mauritius that cost very expensive . The sardine in the can is the most famous sardine in Spain and the way we propose it’s how we need to have it. The tortilla was over cook for you we understand but people in France like that.The prawns was a creole dish that is similar to an Indian dish . Unfortunately it confirmed that we can’t satisfy all the guest, we all have different tastes different expectations. Anyway hope to see you can for better experience.

  7. CONCHA ROMANO R.
    CONCHA ROMANO R.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Excelente

  8. Marion H.
    Marion H.
    • 38 reviews
    10/10

    Au top !

  9. Min P.
    Min P.
    • 2 reviews
    8.5/10

    Excellent, friendly service and delicious food. Will return. Thank you for the lovely dinner!

  10. Antonio G.
    Antonio G.
    • 53 reviews
    10/10

    Très très bon! Recommandé!

More information

How to get to the restaurant

67 Rue d'Argout, 75002, Paris, France

Public transport

Métro - Sentier (M3)

Features

Tapas

Services

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