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Situated in a small side street off the pedestrian zone, there was a warm welcome for us. Run by a young couple that went out of their way to make us feel comfortable. Food was delicious and a nice drop of wine to go with it.
26 euros for the two of us inc. wine and 1 coffee.
Updated Sep 13, 2009
Address: C./ Varillas 5, 24003 Leon.
These pizzas saved my life for a year living in Leon- if you are fed up with the fish in Spain go here for a breather!
Favorite Dish: The Romana with onion!! Askt that Angel personally makes it- he's a genius! And you get a free chat along with your feed!
Written Jul 15, 2004
Address: Just off to the right of Gran Via de San Marcos
Beautiful atmosphere with a wide range of wines and dishes available. If you don't feel like sitting in for a meal a take away bottle of wine and a speciality pizza is just worth the trip.
Favorite Dish: The garlic and chilli spaghetti and any flavour of pizza- they're all beautiful.
Written Jan 3, 2004
Address: Beside San Isidoro
And THIRD comes a noodles soup, that comes from the liquid in which the dish was cooked.
In Madrid this soup comes first, then the meat and 3rd the chick peas.
This makes a filling delicious dish, and is all you need to have lunch!
Written Dec 28, 2003
This is a typical dish from the region known as "La Maragateria", in Leon province, but you can find it in the capital too.
Is made of chick peas, potatoes, noodles and several meat pieces (chicken, pork, beef...). This is cooked all together but served separetly.
Favorite Dish: FIRST comes the meat (see pic), including some bacon, chicken, chorizo, beef...
Written Dec 28, 2003
Modern pizzeria with nice atmosphere in the narrow streets in the old part of the city.
The place was full with young people + families at lunchtime.
Favorite Dish: Pizzas were home made, with a thin layer of dough... and really tasty!
Written Dec 18, 2003
Address: conde rebolledo, 17
In the afternoon, we would have a beer on the marketplace, very picturesque as you can see.
Most restaurants have special meals for pilgrims, so everything is quite cheap. A 3-course meal including wine and coffee cost us 9 euro per person!
Written Aug 25, 2002
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