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After a walk through the beautiful pueblo of Buitrago, we enjoyed a delicious lunch of lamb, steak, huevos rotos, and asparagus. The lamb was especially good (you have to order it ahead of time). The restaurant is cozy and inviting. One criticism on the service......we called ahead a day before and made reservations for 9 - two tables due to covid. We ended up being only 6 and tried to call the restaurant numerous times to cancel one table (both the night before and the day of). Upon arriving, we were chastised by the person who greeted us, angry that we no longer needed the table for 4 because "they have been turning people away." It took about 15 tries to get through to make the reservation and we tried over 10 times to call and change it. Not our fault that they are too busy to answer the phone (and I might add, it didn't seem to be a problem to fill our table for 4, as anyone would realize in a restaurant that is literally turning people away). Not a huge deal, but it started our experience out on the wrong foot and we felt like the service that followed was a bit hasty and dismissive as a result of our "mistake."More
Main square is a magnificent location. The tables were packed but the waiter managed to give a good service- again small town so no English and a typically Spanish menu. Fantastic.
we had menu del Dia and the cocido was super tasty and filling. the...main course grilled pork -fried eggs and home cut/ made chips as only the Spanish can do- super. Strawberries to finish was all we could manage. All washed down with a bottle of red wine.
The decision not to have a menu del Dia was due to the fact it took a while to walk off. Super experience and lots of other places to eat next time we stay over.More
We had menu del dia for the grand sum of E10 reach including wine water bread and three courses. Great Migas ... As long as you like Migas, typical Spanish chips cooked in olive oil and ok pork chops (slightly over cooked)