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    Invito Yo: Lots of food options, with good views

    by DSwede Written May 16, 2011
    First of the Menu del Dia

    While walking the hills of Teruel, you can easily work up an apetite. Some of the places in the trendy plazas can be a bit more expensive, but we foudn Invito Yo to be reasonably priced, particularly based on the location.

    The menu is varied, with everything from juicy hamburgers, to salads, to rationes, to a 11Eur menu del dia.

    The restaurant also has complimentary WiFi.

    Favorite Dish: The menu del dia was quite good, both in portion and flavor. The hamburgers were large and had a sizable amount of toppings.

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    Tapas y Copas: Lots of food options, with good views

    by DSwede Updated Apr 27, 2011

    There are several copa y tapas type restaurants and bars along the long patio sidewalk of Paseo del Ovalo.

    They more or less have the same menus and options, but having a casual drink and either a bocadillo or some tapas for a snack is what most people will do. There are a few places that have chalk board displays of their daily lunch menus (typical ~10Eur).

    Favorite Dish: The restaurants are all about the same, you're coming for the location and the view. A couple beers and tapas are best.

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    Cafeteria de Don Diego: Slightly upscale cafeteria

    by DSwede Updated Apr 27, 2011

    When we were walking around Teruel, we worked up an apetite, but unfortunately the bus schedules did not allow us to dine at a proper time. Therefore, most of the restaurants were not serving because they were between lunch and dinner service.

    We found Cafe de Don Diego to be a decent alternative and they politely served us even though they acknowledged it was not their normal service.

    Favorite Dish: They have basic cafeteria style foods, like bocadillos, hot and cold tapas, coffees, alcohols and some limited desserts.

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    Muñoz: Breakfast and more

    by Aitana Written Jan 9, 2011

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    As we had no breakfast included in the hotel, we went out to have a coffee before our morning tour. We arrived at Plaza del Torico and found Muñoz, a patisserie. We found it very well assorted. The man who runs the bar was quite efficient and he served several breakfast for different groups in record time. We had chocolate and porras (large churros).

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    Rokelin: Jamón jamón

    by Aitana Written Jan 9, 2011

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    Rokelin is a chain of establishments specialized in pork products. We enter for dinner in one of them, near Plaza del Torico (7 Ramón y Cajal), coming back from the Mausoleum of the Lovers. We had a plate of ham with toasts, oil and tomato plus two beers and a cup of wine for 17 €. The ham was very good.
    They also commercialize other products such as cheese, paté, hunting, truffles and olive oil.

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    Mesón el Ovalo: Mesón el Ovalo

    by Aitana Updated Jan 9, 2011

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    This Meson is in the historic centre of Teruel, in front of the Neomudéjar Stairs. There is menú del día (set menu): starter, main, dessert, drink included: 12 €. There were several starters and mains to choose. I don’t remember the starters we chose; as mains we ordered code fish bilbaina style and pork cheek. Both were delicious.

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