This restaurant by the Tajo river is the oldest here and was famous even in the 19th century.
There are tables inside and by the river, and it also has a terrace on the Rusinol Square.
Frog legs are delicious, and for dessert, strawberries with cream, a local speciality!
Favorite Dish: Note that the name is EL rana verde y no LA, because it doen's refer to the animal (green frog) but to a person whose nickname was that...
Yes, I know this is not typical food, but if you are north american and are tired of spanish tortilla and chorizo, come try some delicious hamburgers or ribs here.
This place, in San Antonio street, near the church is a kind of Hard Rock Cafe, where you can have "Menu del Dia" for 8 euros, much cheaper than the average around (12 euros).
This high standard restaurant is located inside the Prince Gardens, by the river, near the Ships Museum.
It has an interior decorated in "castle" style and a nice terrace outside to have lunch by the river in a quiet environment.
No, not "typical spanish" either, but Gosh, I like this dessert!!! I had it at Cookery, and I admit is one of my favourites. Though not as good as the ones you can have at VIPS, in Madrid, I really enjoyed this moment, mmmm...
A good place for a break after making the visit to the castle, just in front of the castle.
Favorite Dish: A cup of coffe and a piece of cake (tart)
In this area, calle de Postas, calle de Stuart, calle de San Antonio.., you can find many places to have lunch or just a drink.