Restaurante San Nicolás
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Enjoying an ace position beside the cathedral, this place is typically crowded with crusty locals here for the delicious (and free)...
Elegant restaurant serving classy traditional cooking, including roast leg of lamb with a creamy mustard sauce. Reserve ahead.
Calle de San Pedro 15 · interesting places nearby
Restaurante San Nicolás information
Another fine establishment for solid Castilian-Manchegan food with an emphasis on bacalao (cod) and game. Reservations recommended.