Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Teruel. Teruel (Spanish pronunciation: [teˈɾwel]) is a city in Aragon, located in eastern Spain, and is also the capital of Teruel Province. It has a population of 35,675 in 2014 making it the least populated provincial capital in the country. It is noted for its harsh climate, with a very big daily variation on temperatures and its renowned jamón serrano (cured ham), its pottery, its surrounding archaeological sites, rock outcrops containing some of the oldest dinosaur remains of the Iberian Peninsula, and its famous events: La Vaquilla del Ángel during the weekend closer more to the 10th July (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday), and "Bodas de Isabel de Segura" around the third weekend of February.
Things to do in Teruel
3 based on 21 reviews
Stopped for lunch at 14:15 hours..lots of tables available.Unfortunately, you can tell we are not Spanish... So waitress just SAID NO.... No food available. Even the bartender looked at her like she was crazy...
4 based on 9 reviews
Hicimos un pedido a domicilio una noche. LlegÃ³ rÃ¡pido y bien, bueno, es un telepizza, no le puedes pedir peras al olmo, pero estaba bien.
Pedimos una pizza que llevaba: pollo, queso de dos tipos, bacon, patatas fritas, y creo que nada mÃ¡s.Bueno, lo primero es que tardan muchÃsimo, tanto que ya casi ni nos apetecÃa comer...Luego al ver la pizza...pues habÃa como una montaÃ±a gigante de patatas fritas que no dejaban ver lo que es la pizza, y bueno, si hubiesen estado buenas las patatas, pues genial, pero estaban frÃas y secas...Lo que es la pizza... la masa estaba bien y buena, pero estaba demasiado seca, le faltaba un poco de aceite o alguna salsa o simplemente un poco de tomate.No repetiremos de momento, aunque igual fue un mal dÃa.
3 based on 102 reviews
We used this italian restaurant because our first choice was closed for winter holidays. The outside near the bus station was inauspicious, and the restaurant was empty. No English was spoken, but the large fresh salad (without meat), which was not on the menu, was large, very fresh and excellent. The pizzas which followed were thin & crisp, very large so that they overflowed the plates, and tasty. The waiter was attentive.Our only criticisms were that there was no English menu, and that there was not a lot of vegetarian option, although they did produce the vegetarian salad on request.
Ok- worth the price but had better elsewhere- seems to be popular by the locals which is always a good pointer1 friendly service and would visit again
Â¡Italia ha llegado a Teruel! Descubre nuestos platos artesanales y nuestra selecciÃ³n de licores y vinos italianos.
C'est pizza vaux le dÃ©tour serveuse agrÃ©able et souriante. Les pizza cuites Ã point les ingrÃ©dients de qualitÃ© et pas cher
4 based on 173 reviews
I visited the place with my couple, ordering a starter of ham, a vegetables pizza and black and white choc0olate truffles. Everything was uniformly delicious (finding good ham at affordable prices is not as easy as you could think), and the service, very attentive. I will definitely come back if we come back to Teruel!
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