I read your recommendations and it is the best pincho place I’ve tried.
I recommend the grilled octopus and the baby squid and mushrooms lasagna. The service is great even when it is full. The Basque people never lose their good spirits.
Ledesma Street is filled with massive terraces, with restaurants fighting for a place. Lovers of Japanese food will find something for everyone here: Sumo, offering sushi and other Japanese products. It's a small grocery store with a large selection of products, some ready to eat, like salads and miso soup dishes. It's a bit of a novelty in Bilbao, and the highlight is definitely the sushi, sold in prepackaged trays or at a counter where you can choose your selection yourself. The variety is enormous. They have an online presence, on Twitter and Facebook, and you can order by phone.
The Lekeitio Lopez sells the best ice-cream I have ever tasted. This ice-cream parlor has been around for years as my father always told me about his childhood and this ice-cream. If you visit Lekeitio there are several places where you can buy ice-cream, like Karraspio beach, the town's main intersection and the port. You can have the same ice-cream at any of these places. All ice-cream, from classic yogurt, strawberry or lemon and many flavors you have not tasted before, are made with natural fruits. I usually prefer to pick an ice-cream at the harbor and then go for a walk around the harbor or the Tala Lekeitio and San Juan, which is a beautiful spot.