Triacastela has a variety of catering establishments on offer. As with other locations on the Camino, even early birds will have no problem to find a place open from 6.00-6.30, since this town of Lugo has adapted its schedule to meet the needs travellers.
At the entrance to the town there is the Café Bar O Peregrino. A little after, and on the left hand side, is the Complexo Xacobeo, they offer three types of lunch menus. In Casa Fernandez the anecdotes of pilgrims mingle with the conversations of the locals and the noise of the coffee machine. Casa David, a classic for those who appreciate honesty and hospitality. Casa David offers the most complete breakfast in simple surroundings with wooden benches. In terms of price, the value for money offered in Complexo Xacobeo makes it an excellent option.
The menu of the day is priced at 10 euros, and is http://complexoxacobeo.com/seccion/index/12/index.html) notable for its callos (tripe), Cocido (pork with cabbage and potatoes) and grilled meats. However this restaurant does not stop there. They also serve good portions of traditional dishes and other more complicated meals. Another good option is in el Peregrino where they also serve a variety of dishes and offer discounts.
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