San Esteban de Gormaz is a small town in the province of Soria. This site, conquered by the the Cid through years of battles with muslims, will take you about half a day to visit. If you want to try the gastronomy of Castilla León, go and eat in San Esteban de Gormaz!
We find this Sorian municipality on the so-called Ruta de la Lana, or “Route of the Wool”, and the Camino del Cid. If you want to know what to eat in San Esteban de Gormaz, you’ll find typical Sorian recipes with a few unique touches. We recommend the níscalos a la cazuela and mushroom soup with black truffle, covered with puff pastry, in season; as well as the migas del pastor. As for meat, there’s the famous “ajo carretero”, which consists in a stew with lamb of the indigenous ojalada breed as well as a soup made with the stew’s broth; a caldereta of lamb or bull; and roast lamb
The pig slaughter, although the tradition of doing it at home has been lost, produces a slightly-sweet blood sausage and ham; Sorian chorizo is prepared with beef. On their menus restaurants may offer trout and crab from the nearby rivers, and pickled in-season game. Of course, as a Sorian town, they also produce exquisite butter, Mantequilla de Soria D.O.P., and good cheeses. The local wine has D.O. Ribera del Duero.
If you’re looking for a place to eat tapas in San Esteban de Gormaz, there aren’t many options since it’s a small town with barely 3,000 inhabitants. However, there are a few bars in the area where you can have a drink.
The first place, Bar El Furich, next to the Iglesia de San Esteban Protomartir, has an ample menu of beers that are accompanied by some of the tapas that they serve. it’s an informal bar that’s known for its pizzas. Along the same street, you’ll find the Bar Perdiguero and the Bar Fanfani, both on the banks of the Duero river.
Amongst the several establishments where you can eat in San Esteban de Gormaz we select the restaurant El Bomba, a dining room with a fireplace at the Rivera hotel that has a large cellar and outdoor firewood oven.
The restaurant at the Convento de San Esteban offers traditional cuisine with creative touches and has a separate room for wine and food tastings, as well as ample space for celebrations.
The restaurant La Puerta de Castilla serves traditional cuisine and has a good quality-price ratio.
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