As long as we’re in Segovia, Spain, let’s stop for lunch at El Bernadino, another favorite of mine, where I have dined many times.
Here you’ll find all the traditional foods of Segovia and Spain in general. You can sit inside or out. I like to sit inside.
I started with the fabada Asturiana, a delicious bean soup that could have been the entire meal, as you see in the next photo:
Next I had the roast baby pig, which I did not take a photo of because I was enthusiastically enjoying the meal. Sorry about that. However, here’s a look at dessert:
While this restaurant does serve quite a few tourists, you will not the significant population of locals dining there, too. It’s a busy place, but there are three levels of seating so you’re sure to get a table quickly. Enjoy a bottle of wine from the extensive list. Worth every euro.