We went here at noon and tried their Menu de la Granja at 14,50 €. The menu included soup, main course, dessert and wine all that for 14,50 €! The dishes were local and simple but good and the wine 3/4 l. was a Ribera del Duero! Furthermore the service was kind and even multilingual!
We came back twice in the evening for diner. We choose à la carte more expensive dishes like Quarto de Cochinillo (cochon de lait) or Lomo de Buey a la Brasa (I know what it is but don't ask me to translate in English. In Castilla y Leon speak Castellan I was told!). The bill mounted at 80 - 90 € for two choosing à la carte and with a good wine.
Paradores always propose some local dishes and as we like to discover we took the Parador Menu at 33 € for starter, main course and dessert.
At first sight the wine cart was expensive but some wines were at a promotional price and 16 € for a good Ribera del Duero was a bargain for us who pay much more in Belgium for that type of wine.
Presentation of the dishes, quality and quantity was very good.
The service was excellent; the lady "sommelier" was very friendly and spoke French (the language of wine).
To our advantage begin October was low season so that nobody had to run in the restaurant.
Good restaurant, with acceptable prices, It was my common choice in 90% of the meals, during the three days that we passed there (twice).
Favorite Dish: Judias de la Granja