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.
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.