This past weekend we were doing the route of the snacks. One of the snacks we tested was the Swains, the name of the skewer is Duck soap on toast, with a rich port sauce, honestly it was one of the snacks I liked most
The restaurant is in Valladolid in Spain. It has excellent canapés and a variety of main dishes. All are great value more than affordable. Staff are specially selected to ensure goo customer service. The most important thing is that is that you want to come back.
José Luis, one of the most famous chefs in Valladolid, has designed two rooms for the restaurant, one with his signature tapas bar, and the other a dining room where you can sit down to more traditional Castilian dishes, and all washed down with a wine from a selection valued at more than € 300,000. We tried the marinated anchovies with tomato confit and baked scallops tapas, and they were delicious.
We decided to try the tasting menu here, after it was recommended by some friends, and it exceeded our expectations! A great menu, with good wine included in the spectacular deal. We looked at the menu and were stunned by the variety and good price, along with the best wines from Ribera del Duero. In short, it is a traditional restaurant with a modern, lovely terrace, next to the Casa Cervantes, in a super quiet pedestrian street. A great place to relax with a G&T or to dine. Without a doubt, one of the best restaurants in Valladolid!
A restaurant serving Castilian cuisine, and using the finest local and seasonal products. It offers quality food, and good service at reasonable prices. The restaurant is opposite the gardens of Campogrande in Valladolid. Prominent among their activities are blind tasting dinners for groups, as well as special mushroom days when they are in season.
In the La Solana restaurant, you can enjoy some of the best dishes from the national cuisine and other delicacies like eel terrine with garlic and chili. Located in the area of Antigua, it's the perfect spot to enjoy a great lunch or dinner, and they also offer great tapas made with local products, like sausage, or bacon with pine nuts.
This establishment has been located in the historic centre of the city of Valladolid since 1996, offering authentic, top-quality Castilian products. Their famous scrambled eggs, black pudding from Burgos, peppers and Galician octopus are just a few examples of the extensive list of tapas on offer. The staff are some of the best professionals in the field of catering, and you can choose to eat in the wine cellar or in the more jovial atmosphere of the bar. At the bar, you can choose from a wide variety of tapas, and in the dining room you can enjoy a menu of the day with three courses plus bread and a drink. They offer special menus for large groups.
Castilian cuisine at its finest. A great restaurant offering forgotten dishes from the local cuisine. The meats are real highlights, as is the extensive selection of wines. Located in a very central area, the restaurant is a spot of tradition among the more modern restaurants.
When I did my military service in Valladolid, I often went into the city for lunch or dinner during the weekends, and this was one of my favourite restaurants. But sadly - perhaps because of the crisis - the prices have increased and the quality has decreased. I mean, when I used to go, the menu of the day cost 9 euros and the dishes were huge and generous. But today it's 12, and the portions are far smaller. Never going back.