Burgos Travel Guide
Burgos Restaurants and Bars
Burgos is well known for its wide selection of cheeses. One of the best is known simply as Queso de Burgos (Burgos cheese),and is a fresh, ricotta-like cheese. .
The local Ribera de Duero tinto (red) wines now rival those of Rioja-Alta. Suckling lamb meat, suckling pig, blood-sausages, and traditional cooking such as casserole dishes are extremely popular in the area.
Meson Del Cid Place Santa Maria 8. The building that houses the restaurant was at one time a 15th-century printing press. It is now a hotel and restaurant that have been operating for four generations. The dining rooms have old beams and lovely views of the cathedral. The menu concentrates on authentic Borgalise food and is highly recommended.
Puerto Bugos - Vitoria 69. The restaurant in this smart hotel offers an international menu plus a range of local dishes.
Casa Ojeda - Vitoria 5 This very popular restaurant is well known for its excellent versions of local Burgos classics, the roast lamb is particularly recommended.
Don Jamon - San Pablo, 2 09003. There is a spacious, attractive bar which is to be found near the cathedral. If you decide to eat in the restaurant you will be enjoying the company of the many locals who frequent the this place.
Burgos Bars & Clubs
Paseo del Espolon 32 The bar at this hotel is comfortable and the service is efficient and friendly.
Abba Burgos Hotel - Fernan Gonzalez, 72-76. Bar/cafeteria The bar/cafe in this attractive hotel offers an excellent selection of drinks, sandwiches and snacks from 11am until 11pm.
Puerto Bugos - Vitoria 69. The bar in this smart hotel has a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service.
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