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Reviewed August 22, 2020

Quality/ Price range this place is amazing and I'm gonna tell you about the quality of the food here which is outstanding and by the way we paid 28 euros each for a starter ,a main , a dessert , two drinks and some side...bread , this is totally worth it ! we felt like we got great food for the price we paid. they also have a set menu for 23 euros per person. now on to the food ! first of all I wanna just say that if you are looking for quality food in a traditional Spanish village/ country setting this is it . this place is exactly what I was looking for ,somewhere that offers you a real countryside vibe serving you real rustic food , the real McCoy! the menu has a lot to offer in terms of variety including vegan , fish and of course a range of game meats so I'll list just some of them: * Organic succulent Goat meat sourced from the local farmers in the area. * Lamb chops * Veal Meatballs served with a creme almond type soup . * Venisson medallion I personally had the Venisson medallion served with homemade chips and a lovely chestnut sauce this was just simply incredible! Desserts Once again homemade and a huge variety so I'll list some here : * Baked cheesecake served with wild berries * Creme cheese caramel which they call Flan de queso served with locally sourced honey and walnuts * Dark chocolate fudge cake * Cold custard ( Natillas) served with biscuit ice cream * a range of ice cream flavours overall a great place which I hugely recommend to anyone looking for that real Spanish traditional food plus the staff were very polite and service was smooth , I would go back again!More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed October 16, 2019 via mobile

Chose this because of traveler reviews. Total rip off. The croqurres de bolets and the albóndigas were cold in the middle. Service was meh, the food average. For the money not worth it, especially if your swatting flies away the whole meal. We ordered a...pitcher of white sangria, which was supposedly made with champagne, lie. No alcohol at all. Don't eat here.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 3, 2019 via mobile

Five-star experience for local cuisine and wine. We arrived in Albarracín around dusk and were searching for somewhere for dinner around 8:30 — normally prime time in Spain, but not many restaurants In the village were serving this autumn Thursday. Fortunately, Rincón del Chorro was...open — and we had the best dinner of our week in Spain. Kids were quickly satisfied with solomillo (thin pork steaks) while the adults shared seasonal mushrooms in a goats cheese gratin (hit of the night!), stewed bull’s tail and local lamb (which tasted suspiciously like goat, which was also on the menu). An inexpensive local garnacha washed it all down nicely. Desserts were simply divine, kids loved their home-made ice cream and the orange bizcocho with dark chocolate sauce was amazing. Great music soundtrack, although turning off the music when they wanted to go home was less-than-subtle. Great evening, highly recommended.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 6, 2019 via mobile

After reading the reviews on Trip Advisor on arriving in Albarracin we tried having lunch here this afternoon. After a an almost 4 hour drive to our last stop, on our two week vacation in Spain we were looking forward to a hearty meal, people...had raved about. Unfortunately we found the staff to be extremely rude - openly rude at that! They shoved us in a corner of the restaurant on our own and pretty much hoped we would leave, which we did when we’d tried to get the attention of the staff and they ignored us. Lucky enough though, we found a charming little place two doors down who were happy to have us.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 11, 2019 via mobile

We visited the restaurant on a wedenesday evening with a large party of friends. The place was full, so reservations are probably a good idea. The restaurant is cosy. The food was delicious 😋. (The main courses and the desserts). Although we had chosen different...dishes, the food if all the friends arrived at the same time. Service was very friendly. I would definitely recommend this place.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed March 23, 2019 via mobile

Cozy place for fine dinning, but service and cooking were below expectations. Croquetas were burnt, we mentioned and they offer to bring another portion. Huevos estrellados were awful, not acceptable. Garlic soup was very good, and borraja as well.

Date of visit: March 2019
Reviewed October 26, 2018

Having read previous reviews, we were expecting a better quality of food, we had the taster menu, not all to our taste, but the main dish of lamb was very over cooked to the point of the skin so dry it couldn't be cut.

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed October 10, 2018

The site is very pretty. The service is very good, and the food is very good. There are topical foods from this city and region, very best cook and with a gran variety.

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed October 9, 2018

The owner of our hotel recommended Rincon del Chorro. We went our 1st night in Albarracin on a long holiday weekend. Albarracin can be busy and difficult to find a place to dine if you go out late or even regular dinner hour around PM....We went there our 1st night as they took a reservation. Little did we know it would be our best meal in the town. Service was good. The Mushroom specials excellent as was the lamb. Reasonably priced. No view and steep stairs to the dining room.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed September 24, 2018

We made a reservation for the same day on a busy Sunday in September. Table was ready when we arrived. We ordered mostly appetizers from the specialty of the season- wild mushrooms. The service was outstanding. Dishes were presented in a great order, arriving almost...miraculously upon finishing the previous one. We also loved the fois gras layered with apple flavored jelly. The only disappointment was the pork loin with one of the mushroom sauces. While the sauce was delicious the pork was overdone. The room was a little noisy (with echos) but the exhuberance among other diners was contagious.More

Date of visit: September 2018
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  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4