Eating in Peñafiel

Eating in Peñafiel

Peñafiel is a town in the Valladolid province. If you want to visit the town, don’t forget to visit its castle and the Plaza del Coso. Above all, you will love its typical Castilian cuisine. If you are looking for what to eat in Peñafiel keep in mind that any choice you make can be accompanied with any of its wines, all with certificate of origin. What a treat!

The village of Peñafiel has an extensive variety of dishes that you can enjoy. If you want advice about what to eat in Peñafiel, the typical roasts in the area are the lamb and suckling pig. Also popular are the meat stews, with quail or partridge, wild boar with potatoes and hare with rice.

The restaurant menus offer several dishes with regional and seasonal mushrooms – especially in autumn.

setas penafiel
lechazo penafiel
queso penafiel

Crayfish is also a main dish in this area and is usually prepared grilled or stewed.

To complete the options of what to eat in Peñafiel, is the Pascua creation of the classic hornazo de Peñafiel, a bread made with flour, aniseed, and liquor, stuffed with boiled eggs, sausage and pork loin.

Wash down this culinary experience with a variety of wine products like Ribera del Duero, Tierra de León, Toro and Rueda, all wines with D.O.

If you visit Peñafiel during Holy Week remember that on resurrection Sunday is a festival of national tourist interest, La Bajada del Ángel.

In the bar and restaurant La Casita de Peñafiel you will find a rich variety of tapas, for example lamb dumplings. Tapas is always a good idea in Peñafiel.

Another option is the Bar Chicopa to order tapas like torreznos, octopus toast, toast with cheese and peppers and sausages. Enjoy them on its terrace.

Finally, the Bar Venus has a good reputation. It is a bar filled with tapas and it has won the city’s tapas competition many times. It is recommended by many.

La Casita de Peñafiel
La Casita de Peñafiel
Bar Chicopa

There are many recommended restaurants in Peñafiel among which we will highlight a few.

The Lagar de San Vicente is a typical Castilian steakhouse located in an authentic winery. It offers traditional cuisine, firewood roasted lamb, an extensive wine menu and space for celebrations.

The restaurant Conde Lucanor is located in what was the cloister of today’s Convento Las Claras hotel. It serves an avant-garde cuisine with premium Castilian ingredients.

Luna Llena is located in an old flour factory, that today is the luxurious Hotel Pesquera. It offers traditional cuisine in a modern space.

Lagar de San Vicente
Lagar de San Vicente
Restaurante Conde Lucanor

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