Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha Restaurants

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Casa Duque

Casa Duque Review

This is Segovia's oldest restaurant, founded in 1895, still run by the same family, and still located at the same spot on the city's main tourist thoroughfare. The intimate interior has handsome wood beams and a plethora of fascinating bric-a-brac, including wood carvings and coats of armor stashed in every nook and cranny. Roasts and meats are the main specialty here, but the judiones de La Granja Duque—enormous white beans from the family farm stewed with sausages or partridge—are also excellent. The local Ribera de Duero wines hold up well with roasts, while setas (wild mushrooms) from the Sierra de Guadarrama add a forest fragrance. Be prepared for wedding parties; if you're lucky, you might get included.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-13-2013

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