Here we highlight a few establishments where you can eat in La Bañeza. Next to the Plaza Mayor you’ll find the Casa de Comidas Moja El Gallo, an unusual space with medieval decor that offers an extensive menu of traditional food, meats and various fish; they have large dining rooms appropriate for celebrations.
At the restaurant Paco Rubio, who was also the head chef ad the hotel Palace of Madrid, you’ll find updated Leon cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere.
The restaurant Museo del Barro occupies a rehabilitated wine cellar with more than centuries of antiquity; they serve traditional León cuisine and their specialties include tortilla guisada, grilled meat and frog legs.
If you’ve arrived via car to visit La Bañeza, you can go to El Capricho, a restaurant situated in a cave in the village of Jiménez de Jamuz (5.2 km). Their specialty is the beef steak prepared by grill-master José Gordón; the restaurant also has an online shop.