The majority of catering establishments in Puente la Reina are centred on three streets. These are the Calle Real, the ancient route of the French way on which various hostels and shops have been created, Paseo de los Fueros and the entrance street Calle Irunbidea, from which the pilgrims reached this monumental village.
Along these three urban stretches there are bars, restaurants and hotels where visitors can have breakfast or lunch. The majority of establishments offer a pilgrim menu for 10 euros or less (during midweek) although on Saturdays and Sundays the price may increase The offers are varied and many establishments allow pilgrims to choose something fast, like a sandwich or a snack, or they can opt for a main meal or a menu, which includes several first and second course options.
The haricot beans, peppers, tomatoes and asparagus are some of the typical local products, the area is also famed for its wines, above all those of Denominación de Origen Valdizarbe (Designation of origin-DO-a regulatory classification similar to French appellation, awarded to wines and food of superior quality), rosés, which are sold in local commercials, and those of Señorio de Sarria.
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