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Steakhouse, European
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Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
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Business with a good reputation which in the same building has a bar - café and delicatessen shop. Spacious dining room Castilian in style, with good t...
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The MICHELIN Plate: Good cooking
Comfortable restaurant
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Reviewed 6 September 2020 via mobile

We were driving back from San Sabestian to Madrid and made a stopover at this beautiful restaurant. It is one of those traditional classic Spanish restaurants that you know you can trust to have a good meal. And we did. We had stuffed red peppers,...blood sausage stuffed with rice (a must eat in Burgos) and oven grilled baby lamb with wine and everything was perfect. The baby lamb was grilled to perfection and was very tender and succulent.More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 19 July 2020

There are many good restaurants in Burgos, and this is one of them, but the prices of the menu is too high. and is not according with the service, and the old castillian restaurant. it is true you eat ok, but is not a worthy...value restaurant.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 30 June 2020

We always go to Ojeda when in Burgos and have never been disappointed. Menu slightly reduced in Post Covid start-up but everything of high quality and professional service. It’s an institution in Burgos, so go and feel like a local in-the-know!

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed 1 March 2020 via mobile

Superb traditional cuisine. We had already been stuffed silly with a massive lunch at a vineyard and went there for dinner expecting not to eat much. The truth is I couldn’t stop eating- a special shout out to the offal dishes which are very hard...to perfect - but here they were perfect! The tongue was amazing and the lovely waitress took the time to explain how her mother did it at home which I will try. The sweetbreads delicious and crunchy. Frankly everything was yummy- a must do in BurgosMore

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 15 February 2020

Having finished the section Pamplona to Burgos, it was time to splurge. Our hotel suggested this as an excellent choice. We went upstairs, loved the environment giving a feeling of long standing experience with correct service well timed to our need for comfort, relaxation, with...the need to savour the moment. So we chose what we usually have when we are in need of rest ie comfort food: (the house soup and bread, roast beef done perfectly as we say (ao ponto para mau ie on the rare side) served with impeccable timing by staff accustomed to gage the mood of the clients. The wine (should have noted the name but didn't) was a perfect compliment and finished off with Esfera de chocolate and coffee. Simple and very goodMore

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 7 October 2019

We were looking for a good restaurant while visiting Burgos, and the person that advised us to go there, did not make a mistake, it was Great!! The best roasted lamb eaten in my many trips to Spain. Everything was delicious! And the upstairs room...was cozy and pleasing.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 6 October 2019 via mobile

We enjoyed a lovely Saturday evening meal in the upstairs restaurant of this attractive old establishment. I booked by email from the uk having read various reviews. Our waiter, Bartholomew, was helpful and attentive throughout. Fairly expensive, but presentation and the quality of ingredients stood...out, as did the taste. Salads and soups excellent. The cordero lechazo was by far the best we have had. And some imaginative and tasty desserts. And looking around, the preparation and presentation of fish dishes owas really well done. A huge wine list region by region. Complementary amuse bouche. Lovely coffee. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 8 September 2019 via mobile

We were disappointed by our meal in this old restaurant. It seemed like the kitchen wasn’t really trying as hard as it should. It’s not the cheapest either, and the waiters varied in their attitude and friendliness. Asparagus was unusually tasteless, scrambled eggs overdone. All...in all a bit disappointing, but maybe they were just having an off evening?More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 4 September 2019

The upstairs restaurant has a varied menu, giving you the opportunity to choose traditional dishes or something more modern, all based on the local specialities. We ate lunch here twice, and have booked to do so again: I can't think of a more positive recommendation....Absolutely everything was delicious: the traditional morcilla de Burgos, the asparagus with tomato, the crab salad, the salad with peppers.... fillet steak with liver, desserts.... all good. Wine list wide-ranging and good value. Service efficient without being particularly charming, but frankly, I would rather have good food and efficient service than mediocre food served with charm....More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 31 August 2019

We had high expectations given everything we'd heard. The host greeted us nicely and sat us in a lovely corner table. The menus were in Spanish so we asked our waitress for explanations. She grabbed the menus and came back with English versions with fewer...listings. We ordered carpaccio, which we'd seen on the first menu. She told us to get 2 because they were small. Then she brought soup. We realized she'd brought gazpacho instead of carpaccio. It was funny - and the soup was good so we didn't say anything. About that time we realized we had to pour our own wine and water as no one was coming our way. Some other patrons got more attention so we don't know if it was a language barrier or our corner location. The roasted lamb leg came in a big bowl which they waved under our nose for a second, before rushing away to cut it up and deliver it back to us, too hacked up to take a photo if we'd wanted to. We waited five minutes and my husband still had not received his order, so we started to share the roast. When the lamb cutlets (chops) came unceremoniously a little later, they were delicious. The roasted lamb was melt in the mouth and full of flavor. When we waved the waitress down for the bill, she asked if we wanted coffee or dessert. We don't regret the meal, but it seems like the same dish is served in the cafe on the main floor. Not sure why we needed a reservation to receive cafeteria service...More

Date of visit: August 2019
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 3.5
  • Atmosphere: 4