Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha Restaurants



Restaurante El Molino de la Losa

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Sitting at the edge of the serene Adaja River, Molino boasts one of the best views of the town walls. The building is a 15th-century mill, the working mechanism of which has been well preserved and provides much distraction for those seated in the animated bar. Lamb is roasted in a medieval wood oven, and the beans from nearby El Barco de Ávila (judías de El Barco) are famous. The garden has a small playground for children. Reservations essential for weekend lunches.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No dinner Sun.
Updated: 06-13-2013

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    Summer Delight

    Nothing beats the roast lamb here at this 500 year-old wind mill that is now a restaurant. Just outside the walls of Avila on the river, the restaurant has gardens on the river which create the perfect atmosphere for early summer lunches on Sunday.

    by davetasch, 3/31/07

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