SEGOVIA’S COCHINILLO | TYPICAL SEGOVIAN MENU
Judiones de la granja
The first dish of this marvelous menu doesn’t need introduction. The famous Judiones de la Granja made at the San Martín Restaurant contain in each bite all the flavors of Segovia. A recipe that has been passed down from generation to generation, that you will know of once tasted.
Cochinillo de Segovia
The main dish couldn’t be other. The cochinillo de Segovia prepared at the San Martín Restaurant is one of those plates that you can’t forget to eat when you visit Segovia. With the best taste of the firewood from the Segovian Mountains, this star plate reaches its heyday in this marvelous place. Unmissable pleasure for those meat lovers.
A Dessert that has become a hallmark of this restaurant. A newer version of this traditional sweet, that is made in a different way, and that we assure it will be hard to forget. The deconstruction of the Segovian Punch made at the San Martín Restaurant has brought an innovative and spectacular twist to a plate that is delicious by itself.
JUDIONES DE LA GRANJA, SEGOVIAN COCHINILLO AND PUNCH, A ROUTE TROUGH THE BEST FLAVORS OF THE CITY
¿Can you imagine a better plan to enjoy a day off, tan to have a taste of a delicious segovian cochinillo? A trip trough the most beautiful cities of this country, a journey to the past, surrounded by antique and arquitectural jewels like no other, and final, a true gastronomic tribute. The typical segovian menu of the San Martín Restaurant is the cherry on top of a wonderful, complete and economic plan. Finish your trip with a journey trough the best segovian delights tasted by your palate. We assure you that after tasting it, you’ll fall in love with this city. Come and have an unforgettable day here at Segovia and don’t forget to stop by the San Martín Restaurant, to taste the most typical dish of the city, the segovian cochinillo. We guarantee you it’s worth it.
DISCOVER THE TREASURES AT ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITIES IN SPAIN
Meet this marvel dating from, nothing more and nothing less, the 2nd century a.d. A true colossus of stone that reaches 28 meters in its tallest side, that is identified by its 166 arches that are well preserved due to the time that has passed.
The Alcazar of Segovia
Distributed in two main zones, an exterior, with a drawbridge and a beautiful Herrera courtyard, the great tower of the tribute, and the spectacular and well maintained interior rooms; the Alcazar is one of those places you can’t miss when you visit Segovia.
Santa María of Segovia’s Cathedral
Known as the Lady of the Cathedrals, this gothic styled temple, built in between XVI and XVII centuries, is one of the hallmarks of this city. A real architectural jewel, that stands out for its enormous size and beauty.