You can eat pretty good in Zamora (and for fairly cheap) if you compare it with the bigger cities in the world.
At the Casa Bernardo restaurant, located at Saint Michael’s plaza next to Zamora’s main square, we were able to have a menu of the day for only 10 € that included a first dish, a second dish. There were six dishes to choose from for each round, as well as water, wine and desert all included. It you want an additional drink a beer is 1 € and a pop 2 €, for example.
You can ask for separate dishes from the main menu, but it’s cheaper choosing from the menu of the day. You can also get several tapas to split.
I had a first dish of grilled shrimp and veal with potatoes for the second. We also decided to have a Zamoran-style rice dish. I had rice pudding for desert which was incredible.
It’s a good place to eat at if you’re looking for something economic with good food and in the heart of historic Zamora.
This summer we found a monumentally decrepit city, and to our surprise, found a place to recuperate our energy. A this spot, The service is fast and friendly, the local wine bar runs, the design is nice, and they serve snacks worthy of the highest kitchen. Do not leave without trying the mouse boletus, foie the lollipops, the Spanish pancake and if you can, try them all! Worth it.
At this very moment I am trying a spectacular menu on the Zamora terrace. I have rice and a piglet all for 8.50 euros. Spectacular, isn't it? And the food is still more spectacular! And then the next day, I tried hake in green sauce or roast lamb, also for € 8.5 The place is very cozy and the treatment from the waiters is very nice.
In this bar, it is recommend in addition to having a drink to try a tapa, but I ended up going full, because the portions are big and the prices are cheap. We ordered some sandwiches which were very large, sausage and tenderloin. They were real good and cost us € 1.5 each. Then we ordered shrimp rations with raincoat and taverns. The taverns, for those who do not know, are some skewers of sausage, bacon and cheese batter, which are delicious and are a bomb, huge. It's a highly recommendable as it is in the historic center of Zamora, in the Plaza Mayor.
At In "Real" you can find a wide variety of tapas and main dishes. From wine chorizo, sausage sandwiches, croquettes, crests, spikes, squares, etc.. All served with pleasure, speed and value. Even though it is not in an area of bars, it is always busy on the weekends. It is the perfect place to start the night with some beers and tapas.
The site is not very picturesque but the food we ate was very good and not too expensive. I Ate a table of hard cheese, homemade croquettes (very good by the way) and second one ready beef steak and a sirloin with pepper. I ordered a half bottle of wine 2003 bull, water and beer with lemon. Then I still had room for dessert, so I ordered the crème brûlée, Comtesa, a glass of marc of herbs, a coffee and a glass of non-alcoholic apple. All of this was only 66 euros.
In Zamora, you typically enjoy tapas and wines of D.O Toro, and a typical tapa of the region is the skewers. A little farter away but worth visiting is a tavern where you can enjoy some quirky bites, like a cake Duero or some portions of ham, washed down with a good wine or a bull as Rejadorada Proficiency Blessed, the treatment is excellent and you always want to go back.
This restaurant features traditional cuisine and it has been updated. It also prepares tapas in the bar. It Offers some dishes like fried clams and artichokes and ratatouille Zamora, sole sauteed with olive cream, almonds and periwinkles, Zamora and rice to the beef tongue with crayfish and hazelnuts Ready.
The restaurant La Oronja (Zamora) is a small and charming restaurant spot with nice zen decoration and bright decor and a peaceful, different ambience. It offers creative cuisine, seasonal and market presence with particular emphasis on environmental products and mushrooms . It has a wine cellar with 150 bottles, waters and other beers.
The food here was spectacular. We were invited by sabores11 and we had a tasting menu with hake fillet, collegiate wine and good atmosphere. Best of all, the dessert, with a mouse of vice. It is in the center of the city.