We dined here twice. And had our desayunos (breakfasts) in the cafe bar across the square managed by same family. Did we like it or what?
Our main agenda was initially to strike off 3 items from our list: lechal (suckling lamb), morcilla (blood pudding sausage) and olla podrida, that very "Burgos Spanish" stew of pork, beans and sausages.
Olla Podrida translates to "rotten pot". Why? I dare not know. But it's like Cocido Madrileño served altogether. If you dig pork and beans, this one's for you.
But you can't leave Burgos without also trying the LECHAL-- roast suckling lamb. That plus the morcilla. And we're good.
Sopa Castellana and Trucha (trout) made up the "Pilgrim's Meal". Comes with bebida (vino, cerveza o sidra) and postre (dessert). Not bad! We love Restorabte Don Nuño!