Calatayud (Aragonese: Calatayú; 2014 pop. 20,658, declining during the last decade due to migration) is a municipality in the Province of Zaragoza, within Aragón, Spain, lying on the river Jalón, in the midst of the Sistema Ibérico mountain range. It is the second-largest town in the province after the capital, Zaragoza, and the largest town in Aragón other than the three provincial capitals. It is the seat of the comarca of Calatayud.
Things to do in Calatayud
4 based on 62 reviews
4.5 based on 250 reviews
My boyfriend and have just returned from ten days in Spain; we spent one night in the little town of Calatayud. The town itself is beautiful, but the high point was definitely dinner at Casa Escartin. He had the lamb, which he says was the best he's ever had. I had chicken that simply fell off the bone. Yum! The wine list was extensive, and our selection was perfect. The restaurant's decor is simple and rustic, and the service was wonderful. If we ever return to Calatayud, we will definitely stop off at Casa Escartin for dinner. Buen provecho!
4 based on 472 reviews
We liked the atmosphere and the fact that waiters and staff all dressed up in period costumes. The menu del dia was also good even if service was a bit slow. However, it is the only solidly good restaurant in town so we recommend it for those who are to drop by. They have a parking lot in front too.
4 based on 142 reviews
Our magnificent restaurant specializing in Castilian cuisine delights diners looking for the most authentic and traditional flavor. We have a wide menu, specializing in homemade beans and chickpeas, paella, Basque hake, sea bream, sea bream and baked sea bass, homemade meatballs, Rioja cod, pork handyman in its sauce, callos a la madrileña, lamb in its stew and the exquisite roasted ternasco Marivella. In homemade pickles: Rabbit, quail, partridge, etc. In homemade marinades: Longaniza, chorizo, rib, loin and torreznos. * Average à la carte price 18,00 € - 21,00 €
Always nice to come across a solid, homestyle place that is a respite on a long road trip. The food was abundant and had great flavor - the ternasco is apparently very traditional and crowd favorite. Very varied menu with multiple choices, even for the menu of the day and pricing was quite fair. The dining room and locale in general was very clean despite it being huge and having crowds of people going through (you may have to wait at peak meal times). Service was really efficient as well.
4.5 based on 557 reviews
Cosy restaurant in the heart of Old Calatayud.Cuisine.Large room for groups and banquets.Special menus.Meals on request.
4 based on 29 reviews
And very very very cheap.. The only issue is that some of the pinchos should be warmed for some minutes and they'd taste een better... Excellent 'sardina rellena' and good Ambar beer
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Good Spanish food, economical price, good service, wine or water and dessert included on menu of the day. One of our favorite places to eat in Calatayud. You will usually have to wait 10 to 15 minutes if you arrive at 2 p.m. as the place fills up fast, and can more quickly enter if you come at 1:30 or 2:30 on. It is always full of locals.
4 based on 134 reviews
We have eaten here a number of times and sometimes the food is just great; excellent and then other times good. I would rate this the #2 restaurant in town. The atmosphere is really nice and the service attentive. Also they are almost always open being a hotel restaurant. And the menu price is very inexpensive. We enjoy coming here.
4 based on 100 reviews
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