The Roman wall is one of the essentials of the Galician city of Lugo. If after your visit you plan to regain strength in one of the nearby restaurants or you want to taste the best of its gastronomy, we discover some of the places to eat nearby of the Roman wall of Lugo. Can you come with us?
Eat near the Roman wall of Lugo: any ideas
Being the great attraction of the city, you will find countless places to have a drink or eat within walking distance. These are some of them, take note.
1. Curruncho A Nosa Terra
Just a few steps from the Roman wall of Lugo is this restaurant that offers a wide variety of dishes. In its menu we find varied options typical of the gastronomy of Spain, especially Galician (paella, octopus, Galician broth…). But it also offers alternatives such as salads prepared with various ingredients.
2. Campos Restaurant
The establishment, which recently celebrated its sixtieth anniversary, It is one of the maximum referents of Galician cuisine. Likewise, it has received various awards and distinctions, such as the 2012 “Plato de Oro” National Award for Radio Tourism Gastronomy. Hence, it is a very interesting option.
On the other hand, the Campos Restaurant it is in a privileged location. Not only because it is located in the heart of the Roman wall, but also because it occupies a unique 18th-century building that has been transformed so that diners can enjoy the best fish and shellfish from the Galician rivers and estuaries.
3. Medieval Cafe+Pub
Located in an old house with wide stone walls and strong wooden beams is this place that It serves at the same time as a cafeteria and a pub. The first is located on the ground floor and offers a quiet environment; while the second, on the top floor, promises unforgettable party moments.
4. Casa D’auga Wine Cellar
Another place to eat near the Roman wall of Lugo is the Vinoteca Casa D’auga. In it you can enjoy the exquisite Galician cuisine based on seafood or a wide variety of tapas. All of this is better if accompanied by one of the wines from its extensive menu.
5. Lua Casual Food
In case you don’t want to take too long at lunchtime, Lua Casual Food is a very good option, because offers fast food to go. It has a wide variety to choose from: from sandwiches and sandwiches to hamburgers and hot dogs, through salads or snacks such as Saint James, dumplings and croquettes.
6. Paprica Restaurant
This establishment offers customers the opportunity to enjoy some of its dishes while contemplating works by local artists. And it is that these are exposed in his room, which is cozy and has a minimalist decoration. If the good weather is good, you can access its terrace with views of the Roman walls.
As for your menu, Paprica Restaurant adapts its dishes to the best products of each season, although they cannot miss those that over the years have become their hallmark, such as the shoulder of suckling lamb roasted at the moment. It also has a tasting menu that delights its guests.
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7. Ramon Confectionery
If the visit to the Roman wall of Lugo coincides with snack time, Confitería Ramón is a very good option, as it is one of the best in the town. Here you can taste savory canapés or cakes, which are also made for celiacs or diabetics.
8. Spain Restaurant
Another ideal place to eat near the Roman wall of Lugo. This establishment, run by the López brothers (Héctor and Francisco), It has achieved several years the “Q” of Tourist Quality. In it, customers can enjoy various dishes of Galician cuisine that have been rejuvenated with the touch of the restaurant’s chef to offer a unique experience.
A) Yes, on the menu we find baby squid croquettes in its ink, grilled Galician beef, Galician blond supreme veal loin; glazed Rib, carpaccio either steak tartare of Galician beef, Galician empanada of Celtic pork liscos, oysters, or Celtic pork prey with village bread French toast.