Traditional basque cuisine since 1947
    These premises, a wine store before becoming a restaurant, stocked the ships in the port.
    In the 50´s (exact date unknown as the old owner did not register the restaurant activity) Juan Iturralde opened this place as an eating house.

    A well known character in the Old Part and especially in the Dining Clubs; such as Sukaldari.

    Before starting the business, he held several occupations and sporting hobbies; such as a rowing boat coxswain.

    The name JUANITO KOJUA arose from the fact that one of his legs had been amputated; thus the nickname “Kojua” (The lame one).


    Noteworthy is our traditional, fresh and seasonal Basque cuisine.
    1. Restaurant areas.
    The premises has different areas, with 4 dining rooms, 3 of which are private, one for 45-50 people and the other two for 10-12 and 18-22 people respectively.

    2. Dinner capacity.
    Total capacity is for approximately 110 people. Different table arrangements can be organised, for both long group tables, as well as round banqueting tables.

    3. Location.
    You can find us on the Calle Puerto at 100 mts from the Plaza de la Constitution and the port, the nearest car park (two minutes away) is the Boulevard.

    4. Specialitys.
    Specialty in fish and seasonal dishes


    This video shows the Juanito Kojua and the beautiful old quarter of San Sebastian, where the restaurant is located.

    Share in…

    Share on FacebookGoogle+Tweet about this on TwitterEmail to someonePrint this page