Baco Victoria Eugenia

Updated December 2016


Baco Victoria Eugenia specialises in Andalusian cuisine, specifically tapas and raciones that are variations of bacalao (salt cod). Their star cod dish is the bacalao with confit garlic and tomato sauce – outstanding. If you’re not in the mood for fish then try the grilled Ibérico pork or sautéed artichokes with jamón. One of the very few places that I’ll allow my personal loathing of having food photos on menus take second place to the quality of the food on offer.

There’s a sidewalk terrace that it shares with its sister restaurant Cuna 2. Inside there is a long bar with stools, tall tables along the windows, and a mezzanine with tables and chairs. Renovated this past summer, the interior has a lighter and fresher look to it, though at night I find the lighting a bit too bright. A welcome addition is the extended tapas menu. Great being able to try more dishes more often.

Bread/Service Charge: 1.50€ per basket

Villasis 1
Tel 954 22 74 59
Open: 13.00 – midnight Monday – Saturday
13.00 – 17.00 Sunday
€ € €

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Food 8 | Wine 5 | Service 6 | Ambiance 6


cold beer!


baco-victoria-croquetassalt cod croquettes

baco-victoria-tortilitastortillitas de bacalao (salt cod fritters)

baco-victoria-pilpilbacalao pil pil

baco-victoria-17pavía (battered salt cod)

bacalao au gratin with creme of spinach and pinenuts

baco-victoria-dedossalt cod “fish fingers”

baco-victoria-artichokesartichokes with crispy onion and jamón

baco-victoria-16grilled presa Ibérica

baco-victoria-cod-confitbacalao with confit garlic and tomato sauce





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Updated December 2016