Eating in Berlanga de Duero

Eating in Berlanga de Duero

Berlanga de Duero, once belonging to Cid Campeador, is a beautiful place to spend a day in the Soria province. You cannot leave without stopping to eat in Berlanga de Duero, its tapas bars and restaurants will surprise you.

If you visit Berlanga de Duero you can enjoy its typical Castilian cuisine. Meat is the most common meal in Berlanga de Duero, where you can taste the most typical Castilian roasts as well as game meat stews, generally with partridge, quail or dove. One of the most typical dishes is known as ‘patatas a la importancia’, in which potatoes are the main dish, not a side. Making these potatoes is very simple; cover the sliced potatoes with flour and bake them with saffron, parsley, salt and garlic. The garlic is usually kept on the strings of garlic woven by those known as ajeros who, joining the stems of garlic, braid the string that later hangs in the houses.

Castilian soup and migas pastoriles are also typical of this region. During February and March some restaurants participate in Jornada Micológicas and during November the Jornadas de la Trufa Negra de Soria. You will also find Soria butter that has D.O.P. and produced throughout the entire province. The Berlanga bread is known for its good quality, and harinosos, a type of cake with oil and sugar, are typical in bakeries.

If you like tapas, eating in Berlanga de Duero will be a good decision.

The first place we recommend is Bar de Casa Vallecas, an alternative to eating at a restaurant. The bar offers tapas and a variety of portion sizes. Its classics include torrenzno de cigala, chicken croquetas, the bacon and prawn skewers and, of course, the famous torrezno de Soria.

Next to Town Hall, you can eat in Café Bar Plaza where the terrezno is popular.

Finally, overlooking the Berlanga de Duero Castle, is Bar Pocho, a typical tapas bar.

Casa Vallecas

Among the restaurants where you can eat in Berlanga de Duero, the most popular is Casa Vallecas, whose dining room is an indoor patio under a skylight. It also used to be the Bravo de Laguna Family Palace in the 15th century. It offers Castilian cuisine with creative touches and participates in the Jornada Micológicas and the Jornadas de la Trufa Negra Soria. It also has an extensive wine menu.

In the hotel restaurant Las Casas de Pandreula, with a kitchen visible to customers, they create traditional cuisine updated with seasonal products.

Another option is the restaurant Senderos del Cid where you can eat typical dishes like alcachofas con mollejas, garbanzos con bacalao or pavo en salsa.

Finally, the restaurant Posada de los Leones serves a variety of food like alubias pintas con morro y arroz.

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