Enjoying good cuisine is a pleasure during the festival, and properly eating is essential to enjoy and make sure that drink doesn’t get the best of us.
Coffee and pastries before the bull run is a good way to wait for the bulls to arrive, or before participating in the Baile de Rueda (Wheel Dance)
After the Bull Run, we can’t miss out on the segador meal (fried eggs, chorizo, loin and chips) offered by most bars and restaurants.
Castilian cuisine, with its stews, roasted suckling lamb, salads with regional products and typical sweets offered by different restaurants in the city are the perfect complement for the festival we want to enjoy.
Eating tapas is also a good option to discover the excellent micro-cuisine in Cuéllar.
For those who are seeking a more affordable meal, supermarkets and small shops have products for sale to make a lighter meal. On certain days, you can even enjoy garlic soups and fried eggs offered by the Peña El Embudo and the Panda el Soto for free.
RESTAURANTS AND TAPAS:
After having a proper meal, we can try different mixed drinks, coffees, wines and refreshments. A good coffee or chicory coffee can go with sweets and pastries before the bull run, a good way to wait for the bulls to arrive, or before participating in the Baile de Rueda (Wheel Dance).