This little place is a fantastic gem to have a wonderful meal from the Segovian repertoire. Cochinillo, Chuleton and wonderful starters. It's very small so reservations are recommended.
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Great little restaurant hidden away (hard to find unless a local tells you about it, which was my case). Started with homemade croquetas (delicious), the typical judiones (perfectly made, and really filling) and moved on to the entrecot. we're not big meat eaters, but when...More
For six years, I have spent my summers in this town and never came across this restaurant until I wondered why so many people wandered up a small side street everyday around 2 o'clock. I went to investigate and found an excellent little restaurant with...More
Fresh breads, good coffee, good deal, cozy corner atmosphere. We tried several breakfast places in town, and liked this one best. The bakery next door has delicious bread and cookies. Lively, casual atmosphere. We sat outside and enjoyed watching everyone come and go.
We happened upon this restaurant by chance as we were looking for somewhere to eat one evening - it's tucked away down an alleyway and not immediately obvious. We were glad we'd found it though as the food was really good and the upstairs restaurant...More
Modest and small restaurant, no pretensions. Menu at 12,50€ including fabada made of huge La Granja beans plus chorizo and tripe. Just right after expending energy trekking around the woods close by (Boca del Asno etc.)
We went for a Sunday lunch to this place after looking at a couple other choices in this small town. It is very nicely decorated, both on the outside and on the inside. They quickly sat our party of 6 which was good as it...More