Don’t leave without trying the “huevos a la republicana", they are incredible with ham, the potatoes well done, not greasy, and with a tomato sauce which gives a unique home-made touch. We ordered the portion, they also have it as a
If you like pasta, this is the place for you. I’ve eaten there twice, and trust me that just one course is more than enough since the portions are big and filling. I like it a lot.
It is not the pasta you eat at home, and if you
The Gran Café is in iconic locale for a coffee, hot chocolate, or glass of wine in Zaragoza's beautiful historic district. The café's main claim to fame is its age and interior, a gorgeous relic from its previous days as a jewlery
El Tubois the emblematic zone in Zaragoza to have tapas, it consists of a complex of narrow streets between Alfonso I and Don Jaime I streets. You need a few days to try all the specialities.
But I recommend "La Cueva en Aragón", in
La Matilde Restaurant is a landmark in Zaragoza. Its owners, the Puyuelo brothers: Luis, José A. and Iván are good professionals well known in the restaurant world. La Matilde’s kitchen mixes tradition and innovation, a cuisine of
If you come to visit, you can taste Aragon's best lamb. It offers great menus for all ages, even breakfast in the morning. It won the best tasting menu of the Zaragoza Restaurants Contest in 2013. You can enjoy everything in the
Located in the most central area of Zaragoza, this restaurant has a large bar with plenty of tapas. I should emphasize its impressive wine cellar, with more than 1000 different wines with popular prices. The specialties are fish and
The squid is delicious.
You can enjoy them as a serving or snack, with sauce or without sauce, spicy or mild ... The place is always packed, but the turnover is very high and you will find a place at the bar after waiting for a
This place is popular and central in Zaragoza and offers a wide variety of dishes: homemade fried, toast, fresh fish, meats and seasonal produce. It's all very good quality. They also have a good selection of tapas. And a good deal of
Casa Juanico is in the historic centre of the city, it’s a restaurant which offers creative food and from the market. Good value for money.
A friend recommended it to me and I went one evening after visiting the House of Infanzón
Beckchema, I think you had a bad day because my experience was completely the opposite. It's true that the products are not very elaborate, but quality and care is very good. I haven't tasted the great local cheeses, and are mounted
Baobab is a great restaurant to go and have dinner with family or friends. The food is vegetarian, but you won't miss the meat. Great service, and one of the best vegetarian restaurants in all of Zaragoza. I recommend the millefeuille
Bodegas Almau has passed through 4 generations (since 1870) selling wine on Estébanes street in the historic centre of Zaragoza. In the beginning it was warehouse and a shop. 35 years ago the bar opened where the "chato" (small glass
Novodabo fuses the traditional with the cutting edge. The restaurant has a modern minimalist dining room and an executive menu offering high-quality food at reasonable prices. They also arrange private cooking classes, wine tastings
I went to Bal D'onsera with a group of friends to have dinner last week, and it was great. It has cozy, minimalist decor not seen in many restaurants. All the dishes we ordered looked lovely when they came out and were delicious. I
The Pastry Fantoba is one of the most chosen destinations of Zaragoza. Not only for its decoration, but also for the excellence of their cakes. Just for the bag that you get when you buy something it's worth looking in and buying
This Tex-Mex style restaurant offers excellent value for money. The amount of food they serve is amazing: we had to ask to take away the leftovers! We ordered sandwiches for four, plus a bowl of chips in different styles and a salad
La Taberna Doña Casta is in the most typical tapas zone of Zaragoza, which is called "The Tube". Doña Casta has 2 floors, on the top floor you can enjoy a wide selection of tapas, on the bottom floor, you'll find a tavern dating back
And if not, ask Yolanda, in charge of making things like friendliness, good service, good food, the best price happen. It comes from the family and it’s obvious.
It’s Friday night and the place crowded. The rushing of the waiters
This small restaurant (they also have tapas) in the heart of the Tubo of Zaragoza was recommended to me. And indeed, we got a pleasant surprise, as they have a delighful tasting menu for 32 euros, with cold beer. It is a fusion of
We went here to try some tapas in Zaragoza, and we were pleasantly surprised by the great food, and excellent service. You pay 2.50 for a drink and a tapa, and there's a restaurant section with a typical Aragonese menu. Highly
Cervecería Marpy is a good spot to enjoy a unique atmosphere and good food. The white beans, Aragonese black pudding (with hazelnuts) and deer timbale tasted great. The bullfighting decor creates a special environment.