About Eating Out at Avila Restaurants

(Avila, Spain)

Avila is home to a number of excellent restaurants and several notable specialities. Amongst Avila's most famous dishes, 'Yemas de Santa Teresa' is named after the city's patron saint, which is a popular sweet dish, made with egg yolks, syrup and sugar.

Eating Out: Places to Eat in Avila

Also worth noting is the city's 'chuleton de avileno' - a succulent T-bone steak, and also 'judias del barco de Avila' - a mixture of white beans, chorizo sausage and a thick sauce. As with most destinations in Spain, Avila features a number of Tapas bars, where small snacks, such as cold meats, local cheeses and seafood nibbles, are served along with drinks.

Together with the various Tapas bars in Avila, the main restaurants in Avila are located in the city, around the Plaza de Pedro Dávila and the Plaza del Rastro, and along the Calle de San Millán, the Calle de Don Gerónimo and the Carretera de Salamanca. Typical Spanish cuisine is simple, tasty and always made with local produce, with olive oil and cheeses often being important ingredients.

Popular Restaurants and Eateries

Address: Plaza de Santa Teresa 8, Avila, Spain
Tel: +34 920 22 00 11
Website: www.restaurantebarbacana.com/

Casa Guillermo
Address: Plaza del Mercado Chico 3, Avila, Spain
Tel: +34 920 25 75 83
Website: www.casa-guillermo.com/

El Molino de la Losa
Address: Bajada la Losa 12, Avila, Spain
Tel: +34 920 21 11 01
Website: www.elmolinodelalosa.com/

La Alcazaba
Address: Plaza Mosén Rubi 3, Avila, Spain
Tel: +34 920 25 62 90
Website: www.laalcazaba.com/

Tres Siglos
Address: Calle de los Comuneros de Castilla 11, Avila, Spain
Tel: +34 920 22 87 72
Website: www.avilarestaurante.es/

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