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Went here as part of a tour and so glad we did. The food was simple but super tasty and fresh. I really liked the side of local spicy peppers as a way to enhance the dishes. The business, run by a family, was welcoming...More
If you want to eat a traditional riojana family food, go to La Muralla em Laguardia! You will find the whole Family working there and that garantees that you will have savor , history and NOT tendency foam of everything Chefs are still doing in...More
Second visit with wife on our trip through Spain and Portugal. Had lunch here about 4 years ago and couldn’t wait to return. True mamas cooking. Both had the meal of the day. Such great value. Lambchops to die for. Soup, dessert, bread a bottle...More
After a day of wine tasting (too much 😉), we just wanted a light meal.
I had the salad and water as penance.
My friend had the sollomillo and chips, which was ok followed by the creme caramel, which she didn't like (just not to...More
Trying to find this castle village, being lost on the road also, we arrived at Laguardia 3:30pm. Usually Spanish restaurant would close their door not to accept any more clients. Because the staffs should eat and also they have to prepare for dinner. But, the...More
Many restaurants were closed at this time of the year. We chanced upon La Muralla and glad we did. The food is very local and right for the price. Menu is limited but we get to try their traditional food. Love the Potatas Rioja style....More
We ate here as a family of four on our first night in Laguardia - and what a little find this was. We had the set menu: a selection of starters, main course and dessert (with wine), which was incredibly cheap but of excellent quality!...More
I thought the quality of the food served here really didn't live up to the reviews. The starter of potato and chorizo was overlooked and the lamb stew was poor quality and fatty. Homemade curd desert and honey very good though.
Staff very friendly. Super...More
I am afraid that I cannot agree with the previous reviews- husband and I had menu Del Dia for 16 euros each and I have to say the quality was extremely basic and considering this completely overpriced. My starter of Judias ( cannellini beans) was...More
We had the 3 course menu of the day with bread, wine and water, but before we even started our meal we'd been given 3 other plates of food, salad then homemade croquettes then cod carpaccio so make sure you're hungry when you go! Everything...More