Eat & Meet

Enjoy a tapa alongside one of the most emblematic characters in the San Fermin fiestas

Much more than a cafeteria. Caravinagre is a pleasant meeting place for hotel guests and passers-by, offering a unique, warm and inviting atmosphere. Caravinagre (literally vinegar face) is the most popular “Kiliki” of the famous procession of the Giants and Bigheads, which parades through the streets of Pamplona each day during the San Fermin fiestas. In homage to this figure, our hotel cafeteria is named after him, whilst the décor features a large mural painting of Caravinagre.

Take the time to relax at the Caravinagre cafeteria, without leaving the hotel. Sample a wide selection of platters and tapas, including our special signature tapas, different types of sandwiches, coffees, teas, list of beers, wines and liqueurs. The cafeteria has been recently refurbished to feature a tasteful décor inspired by the fifties. Here, Javier Ferrer and his competent team of professionals serve guests with the utmost care and courtesy, in one of the best establishments in Pamplona.

Haute cuisine with the flavour of Navarre

Foto equipo restaurante
Plato de la carta del restaurante

Our restaurant is located in the hotel itself, whilst it can also be accessed from the Calle Ansoleaga street. We’ve created a space that is inviting, intimate, charming and peaceful, a place to offer our guests an unforgettable dining experience, based on the fusion of Donostia-San Sebastian and Navarre style cuisine. Our chef, Ulises Mejía Romero, whose expertise is reflected in his weekday menu, weekend menu and gourmet menu, is set to surprise you with his signature dishes, providing some unique culinary sensations.

The hotel offers two spacious dining rooms, with a seating capacity for 60 and 100 guests respectively. Fermín Iturri and Concepción Cía, accompanied by their dedicated team of professionals, are at your service, with a warm and friendly welcome, providing excellent hospitality and expert know-how.