This is one of my favourite villages in the Gúdar Mountains and up to now I hadn’t had the opportunity to eat here.
It is a hostal-restaurant at the entrance of the village on the right, and it always looks crowded.
As usual, it’s convenient to call to make a reservation before, especially in the skiing season, so I called early in the morning and they gave us the last available table.
The owner recites the menu from memory, it is very funny how he remembers the dishes. The cannelloni were very good, large salads, stew or Manchego gazpacho (a small portion), are some of the first courses. For the second course, a very good baby lamb, or black pudding with apple sauce (could be better).
The home-made desserts are for sweet teeth. The dining room is small and very noisy. The price with a bottle of Borsao wine and coffee is €18.