Many restaurants along the Camino offer program menus. These can be as cheap as five euro per person. However, the five-year-old males often are mostly french fries and rice, with a little meat and a tiny bowl of soup. And no beverage included. But dinner at Restaurante Oliveira Velha was elegant and well presented, with good quality food and good portions. For 9 euro it included a well-made salad or soup, main course, lots of wine, and coffee. It was quiet, well decorated, with good service.and the quality of food was better than most pilgrim meals.
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