La mandarra de la ramos
Excellent place and excellent pintxos, very good value for money, if you want to sit at tables there is an extra charge per plate but it is worth it, the pintxos are so big that you have to eat them with tranquility, it is always very full, they have a variety of pintxos, the octopus and goat cheese delicious, we also ate a portion of rabas, very complete and very good, and as a final touch a typical dessert Goxua, very good.The place is very nice, a nice atmosphere and very central. If you are in Pamplona it would be a sin not to go to La Mandarra.
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In our case we ordered Galician octopus, scrambled eggs with chistorra sausage, mushroom and foie toast, Lola salad (with gulas, prawns and mushrooms) and full equipe hamburger. The first four dishes, standards of good home cooking, were the best possible choices. The tostada stood out above all, powerful in flavor and with a great amount of raw material. The hamburger -of which we are sorry we do not have a photo- was the bad surprise. It is served in sandwich bread and with the meat cut in half, which spoils it and also gets lost among the large amount of lettuce and tomato on the bread.
La Mandarra is an obligatory route to enter the Navarrese culture, not only because the local gastronomy is the source of inspiration for the great variety of tapas, but also because it also exhibits a wide range of photographic material of the San Fermin festivities.
La Mandarra has a large space to offer its customers a quiet place to taste typical Navarrese dishes. In addition to its pinchos, La Mandarra has a menu with salads, sandwiches, combined dishes, rations, eggs and casseroles, Iberian cured meats, toasts and homemade desserts.
The bar-restaurant La Mandarra de la Ramos is a place with a traditional essence located in San Nicolás street, in the heart of the old quarter of Pamplona. It is an innovative place a must stop to understand the Navarrese culture, not only because the local gastronomy is the source of inspiration for the great variety of tapas, but also because it exhibits a great amount of photographic and representative material of the San Fermin festivities.
Its stone walls, traditional of the large farmhouses in the rural areas of Navarre, offer an unbeatable space for photographic and painting exhibitions. On this occasion the cultural theme of the exhibition and the predominant reddish colors of the Masai ethnic group contrast sharply with the grayish stone.