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Restaurante del Parador de Almagro

Exquisite gastronomy of La Mancha brought up to date

Restaurant of the Parador de Almagro

Ronda San Francisco, 31, 13270, Almagro (Ciudad Real)
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Exquisite gastronomy of La Mancha brought up to date

The menu of the Restaurant of the Parador de Almagro is a reflection of the rich and varied regional cuisine of La Mancha. Among the specialities you will be able to taste Manchegan stews, the popular aubergines from Almagro, delicious roasted lamb, suckling lamb chops and magnificent La Mancha D.O. cheeses.

Restaurant of the Parador de Almagro

A refectory amidst landscaped courtyards

The Restaurant of the Parador de Almagro is located in the former 16th-century Franciscan convent of Santa Catalina between two pleasant landscaped courtyards. In this bright refectory you can try the most traditional regional dishes of La Mancha: migas del pastor (fried breadcrumbs), gachas (a gruel-like dish served with different toppings), duelos y quebrantos, Manchegan pisto.

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