Reviews on Bar food in Teruel, Province of Teruel, Spain. 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.
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4 based on 26 reviews
Road side restaurant in Teruel. Friendly and very helpful staff. My selection from the menu of the day consisted of a fish pie as a starter and a pork stew (stifado) with French fries as main course. A typical flan rounded off a typical example of basic home cooking. I gave the chilled red wine a pass, pity I couldn't avoid the omnipresent background noise produced by the giant TV screen. The Simpsons forever!
Todo llega tarde.Llega primero la hamburguesa de mi mujer y a los 15 minutos mi plato. Por Ãºltimo los calamares para mi hijo que tenÃan que haber venido primero.Una desesperacion ya que los camareros nos tenÃan abandonados
La tosta de jamÃ³n estaba buena, pero la tortilla no fui capaz de acabarmela. La peor que he probado en mi vida.
suelo ir a cenar de tapas y este lugar nunca falla. Buena calidad y buen precio sin duda uno de los indispensables del ensanche.
Teruel, hay que visitar a pie y por tanto,unos ratos debes descansar. en estos jardines,junto al arte mudÃ©jar,te permites comer un jamon de Teruel y un vino tinto,pata tomar fuerzas y seguir.
4 based on 59 reviews
I was staying down the road and this was a quick stroll.I had the menu (evening) which was great value and varied. A beer and couple of glasses of good red wine and the total bill was around â¬15.00! Full of locals and great home cooked food.
3 based on 443 reviews
Fun place with friendly staff. Waitress didn't speak English but was very patient with my poor Spanish. Meatballs were excellent, shrimp not so much, homemade desserts were delicious. Big portions of main dish.
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