When eating in Boí Taüll, it is common to find a gastronomy with a strong mountain essence based in seasonal products that come from activities such as the ranching and the agriculture. Generally, eating in Boí Taüll means being able to taste classical recipes which are usually simple and of a high caloric value, the way the climate of the high mountains demands.
The calf and lamb meats are the most common on the tables of this Pyrenee valley, where it is also frequent to find other meat products such as the traditional embutidos (sausage) which are made from the pork slaughtering and fill the local pantries every winter.
The rivers from the surroundings are a endless source of trout that can be eated fried or roasted. The seasonal products such as the mushrooms are well valued and are used as a part of many recipes throughout the year. Stews, potato stews and other recipes made with earth ingredients complete the offer of everything there is to eat in Roí Taüll.