Restaurants

When it’s time to eat, there are more than 10 food outlets spread throughout Puy du Fou España to suit all tastes. Choose from themed restaurants with entertainment, classic Spanish cuisine, or fast food restaurants.
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TALLER DEL TINTORERO

EL TALLER DEL TINTORERO

Variety of colours and range of flavours.

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The dyers are one of the most respected guilds in Toledo. They weave and dye wool on the banks of the Tagus and they are never short of trade. They arrived in Puebla Real years ago and their workshop is a must-see. Their bright colours are a joy to behold and their pinchos and tapas are a delight to eat. 

Specialities:
Pinchos and tapas (Veggie)

EL RINCÓN DEL HERRERO

EL RINCÓN DEL HERRERO

The smell of embers and meats cooking in their juices.

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The bellows keeps blowing. The embers have started to turn the metal a cherry colour, it's time to hammer. The blacksmith's work does not stop, but there is always a moment to taste an assortment of sausages and good kebabs in the heat of the forge.
 
Specialities:
Assortments and sandwiches (Gluten free)

TASCA DEL CAPATAZ

LA TASCA DEL CAPATAZ

Breakfasts and beers, before and after the day's work.

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The day is over. The masons put down their tools and leave the construction of the wall. The Puerta del Sol was raised with their hands, but there is still work to be done. La Puebla Real continues to grow and there are always finishing touches to attend to, but that doesn't mean one cannot have good breakfasts and beers to regain strength.

Specialities:
Breakfasts and beers

EL LLAGAR DE COVADONGA

EL LLAGAR DE COVADONGA

The victory of the Sagrada Cueva lives on in the Arrabal.

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Covadonga was the beginning and Granada will be the end. The old Covadonga knows this very well, and that is why for generations all the women in her family have borne her name. Don Pelayo's deed should not be forgotten, and even less so if it is evoked with a good pan of chorizo in cider and his famous empanadones.

Specialities:
Cider, pies and pans

EL CORRALILLO DE LOS VETERANOS

EL CORRALILLO DE LOS VETERANOS

Between two songs they drink beer and eat hot-dogs.

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Eating is a pleasure. And even more so when accompanied by the sounds of troubadours. In this corner of the Arrabal, in the shade of the wall, visitors and locals alike come together to enjoy the best food. Everyone here knows that the best food is that which is shared in a good atmosphere and in good company. 

Specialities:
Hot dogs and beers

EL HOGAR DEL LEÑADOR

EL HOGAR DEL LEÑADOR

The best holm oak wood for the biggest grill of the Arrabal.

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Just before dawn, the woodcutters are seen crossing the walls of La Puebla Real to go to the meadow. There they cut down shrub oaks and holm oaks, clean the branches and load the firewood to sell it at midday in the Arrabal. While they close the deals, it is normal to share some lunch on their grill in the heat of the embers. 

Specilities:
Burgers

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LA VENTA DEL HORTELANO

Man does not only live on what is watered, also sweets and ice cream.

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The market gardens thrive around Puebla Real and have nothing to envy from the fertile plains of the Tagus. The irrigation channels water the fields and, every morning, the market gardeners come to offer their produce. Carrots, tomatoes and lettuce can be seen in their baskets, but there is also room for sweets and fruits, this is how the best ice creams in the Arrabal are born.

Specialities:
Sweets and ice creams

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LA TAHONA DE HONORATO

From the mill to the oven, the most tender loaves of bread.

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Honorato kneads, cooks and bakes the bread. Every morning, hours before the cock crows, he begins the same ritual so that with the first rays of sunlight everyone can taste the best wheat dough in the region. Loaves of bread that make many people walk miles to El Arrabal to take it home.

Specialities:
Coca bread cakes

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LA PARADA DE LOS TROVADORES

The best cocktails prepared by Gabriel.

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Archbishop Jiménez de Rada called for a fight against the Almohads and the Christendom responded. Men came from all over Spain ready to fight, as well as knights and crusaders from beyond the Pyrenees. All united, they rose up victorious at Navas de Tolosa and marked the final stretch of the Reconquest. Free and victorious, many veterans share battles and the best concoctions of their lands.

Specialities:
Cocktails