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Dining Out
The selected venues listed below are some of the most popular café-bars and recommended restaurants in the resort villages of Arinsal and La Massana.
Please also read our guide to Andorran Gastronomy.

Virtually all of Andorra's bars operate as local cafés, usually offering an all-day snack menu too. Most of the larger and better quality hotels also offer a café service in their lounge bars, and are often the best choice for a more refined après ski experience.

Village café-bars are open from early morning until late in the evening.
Village restaurants are open 19:00hrs–midnight; only a few are open at lunchtime.
Ski-Ride Ratings
Ski-Ride's restaurant reviews indicate the relative price bracket for each venue:
(£) = cheapest;
(£££+) = most expensive.


Cisco's (££)
Well-regarded Tex-Mex restaurant in an attractive saloon above the popular music bar of the same name; just off the main street near the gondola station.
Ribs, steaks, and chillis, washed down with Margaritas.
Micolau (££)
Part of the Hotel Micolau, right on the main street just before the church.
A lovely traditional stone-built inn with a cosy ambiance and an open fire grill.
Good menu del dia  and à la carte menu; grilled meats a speciality.
Tel.  +376 835 052
El Moli (£+)
Small bar/restaurant on the main street in the centre of the village, directly opposite the gondola station.
Daytime and evening menu: pizzas, pastas, salads, jacket potatoes, curries, chilli con carne, plus a few Chinese dishes; eat-in or take away.
Also offers a range of cocktails.
Tel. +376 835 281
Café Everest (Refugi de la Fondue) (££+)
Riverside restaurant opposite the Hotel Chalet Verdu, just past the Princesa Parc.
French-influenced menu:  offering a wide range of salads, pastas, fish and meat dishes, plus an excellent selection of fondues, raclettes and vegetarian dishes.
Tel. +376 839 599
Xalet (££+)
Excellent quality British-managed venue at the Hotel Montané in the village centre.
Attentive, knowledgeable service; refined Catalan- and French-influenced à la carte dishes and a good selection of mainly Spanish and French wines.
By far Arinsal's most up-market dining experience.
Tel. +376 737 535


Borda de l'Avi (£££)
Classy establishment, with neighbouring cocktail bar and late night venue.
Grilled meats; game roasted on the embers of an open wood fire; escudella  stew.
Located on the upper outskirts of La Massana, on the road to Erts, within walking distance of the town centre.
Tel. +376 835 154
La Borda del Gran Duc (££+)
Simple, cosy little venue, tucked away down a tiny pedestrian-only alley just off the high street in La Massana town centre.
Grills, fish, raclette and fondue.
Tel. +376 837 968
Café Pons (£+)
Bright coffee house and patisserie on the high street, close to the gondola station.
Offering a nice range of cakes, pastries, snacks and fresh fruit juices.
Prat del Colat (£+)
A friendly local café-bar & restaurant, beside a small park & children's playground, a short stroll out of town on the road to Erts.
Run by the welcoming Gueimonde family who ran Arinsal's Hotel Coma Pedrosa for many years.
Tel. +376 837 925
Versio Original (££+)
La Massana's hippest café-bar/restaurant, with a well-thought-out menu and a trendy ambiance. DJ and music till 03:00hrs on Fridays & Saturdays.
Just off La Massana high street, up the steps from the little statue of a schoolboy.
Tel. +376 839 309
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