Want to eat snacks at a reasonable price? Try this bar in the old town of San Sebastian. Not only are there "typical" skewers, there are some that are not so traditional (as I ate yesterday) a montadito surrounded three large mushrooms and ham .... excellent! Iberico ham with green pepper and anchovies .... spectacular! and at a reasonable price. The best bar I've ever visited by far.
This bodega (cellar) is located in the district of Old San Sebastian. It is an excellent bar offering snacks and has a good atmosphere in the "poteos", especially on Sunday mornings. There are two barrels at the door and an awning, both of which allow you to sit outside and enjoy the good days. The bar serves good kebabs, both hot and cold. Personally I recommend the salmon txaka and piquillo stuffed with mayonnaise. It is on a busy street that has limited parking (OTA).
One day we decided to go on the hunt for tapas in San Sebastian, and although there was no winner, the Gorriti was one of the best. It had sausages with black pudding, perfect beer and a good atmosphere. The hake and anchovy was also good.
Very close to San Sebastian's Cathedral, which was once a traditional market, there is a shopping centre called New Market San Martin. On the ground floor, there is a cafe-bar with an affordable daily menu and very fast service, but the demand for tables is very high, as is the turnover rate.
It's a small place but your mouth starts to water as soon as you enter. One typical bar, where the decoration of roosters, liquor bottles and wooden tables invites you to enjoy the real St. Sebastian. Of course, there is background music of Carlos Jean and Basque TV.