Between the many places where you could eat in Oviedo, we are going to mention some. The Asturian chef Nacho Manzano, who owns two Michelin stars, oppened in Oviedo the Restaurante-casa de Comidas Gloria, in the Cervantes street. Interesting, traditional cuisine with a vanguard touch. Perfect to have lunch or dinner, and their ham croquetas are one of our favorite dishes. The rice is the specialty of the restaurant.
If you want to try the cachopo (two calf steaks stuffed with ham and cheese) at a small price we suggest the restaurant Monte Naranco, at the Menéndez Pelayo street, where you will also find portions. Acceptable results, but not estraordinary.
If you are looking for a daily menu, go to the Tabernilla de Oviedo. They have more elaborated dishes that scape from tradition. You also have a lot of options in their menu, and their portions are generous without being too bid. Ideal to have a vermouth, wine or beer. If you like to try new things, they have Australian (not Asturian!) dishes. They also serve a delicious calamari in their ink stew.