This restaurant is located in the historic center of the city, next to the most symbolic places like Paseo del Espolón, Collado street and the church where it gets its name from.
The restaurant has two rooms. One for smokers and another for non smokers. The capacity is 100 customers. It specializes in creative cuisine. You can enjoy dishes like little puffy pastries, tenderloin cooked with foie gras, or the grilled corvine (fish).
There are also sampling menus if you want to try a little bit of everything.
This restaurant specializes in traditional Spanish cuisine with modern influences. It has a fairly extensive menu, among its specialties stands out the mouse ruddy duck, beef tenderloin with foie, conger in a pepper sauce or curd tulip ice cream (dessert). The dining room is on the ground floor and has a capacity of 50 people.
Undoubtedly, this is the best value for money restaurant in the city. To be honest, restaurants in Soria are quite expensive, you have very few places with at set menu at regular price (I think about 10 euros), and this for 9 euros a menu pretty good. We ate great a la carte for 30 euros 2 people (mixed salad, peppers stuffed with meat, scrambled wild asparagus, homemade dessert, wine, water and any some other little things included). The appearance of the place, honestly is a bit tacky on the outside, but honestly, do go on the outward appearance.
The "Art of Quick Cooking" is a journey through the history of Gastronomic Spain expressed in short morsels to savor the culture and tradition of the products. Each Parador offers spectacular menus with local dishes. In this Parador, you start with eggs and crayfish with garlic, sweetbreads with mushrooms or bacon crumbs. Second, rice with partridge and garlic truffle, lamb with pine nuts (the lamb quite improved, it must be said). And for dessert, a cake of bread, cheese and honey. After having tasted these menus in several hostels (that of Jaén is spectacular), I must say regretfully that I was not convinced.
Soria is a rather small town but that does not mean it has no atmosphere, quite the opposite, at least when it comes to tapas. At 1pm, especially on the weekend, one of the main squares of the city, I can´t remember the name of it, but do not miss it because it is right in the center, is full of people to caps. Everyone comes to have a beer or a wine with a traditional tapa and this is the best place because here you will find most of the tapas bars in the city. I tried the two local tapas bars, the "potato" which has some exquisite portions, especially the one with potato, as its name suggests, and the "poli", one of which is always full and where they offer all kinds of tapas. We ordered a "torreznos" that were exquisite. This place exudes pleasant atmosphere and the good thing is that you have enough space on the street so even though there are many people you don´t feel claustrophobic. As for prices, they are not too expensive, for 2euros you can eat a delicious cover and have a cane, and the good thing is that with three more have already eaten. I recommend this place if you visit Soria, here you will meet the locals for yourself.
The Bulwark Restaurant opened towards the end of 2008. It includes dishes such as lentil soup with bacon and sausage, Castilian soup, a stretched cream with a poached egg, cod chickpea soup, a jelly made from a raw spinach infusion, rice with oyster mushrooms and potatoes shoulder of lamb . It has a capacity of 60 people.
Iruña has the best services for their clientes. Offering the best traditional dishes and has the best specialized chefs for you to enjoy each bite. They have on of the best wineres with all kinds of wines at ideal temperature and an extensive wine list that has all kinds of desserts to end the evening.
I recommend this to everyone who is passing by Soria, to all who come here to study, everybody. They offer a wide range of mini sandwiches that if accompaned by a chilled Moscato ... I can assure you it will knock you senseless.
This restaurant, along with Casa August which has the same owner, is located in the Plaza Mayor, one of the most touristy places in the city. It specializes in traditional cuisine, especially recipes of the region with abundant roasted river fish, meats and cheeses. In addition to a large dining area with quite a high capacity, in summer they set up a terrace on the square.