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US$13 - US$45
Mediterranean, Spanish
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

I was impressed by both the service and the quality of food. The waiter was gentle, served fast, was patient and very polite in answering and describing some unknown dishes, allow to try the wine before ordering (not customary in Spain). And the food was...very well cooked, delicious and respectful with local traditions. The only but is that this is not a fancy place, rather looks like a tavern, still a nice one.More

Date of visit: August 2016
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Decided we needed a spot of lunch and stopped here- There are two La Bodeguita one at Plaza Don Vincente Figueroa [this one] and another at Calle Plus Ultra [very similar menu but a bit more expensive]. We decided on a light lunch rather than...the less expensive menu del dia. So one had the duck salad- delicious and I had the Migas [a regional variation] for 10 euro. it was tasty but a huge amount and far too much to finish. The wine was excellent and not over priced. Service was average but acceptable. The bar for tapa might have been a better/ less formal place to have a drink/ food. Glad I had the midges- have been wanting to try it for a while [but once is enough for me]More

Date of visit: July 2016
Reviewed 14 March 2016

We arrived at this restaurant as a party of 7 and asked for a table, we were told by the young waiter to come back at 9 pm. We went for a stroll through the town centre and upon returning to La Bodeguita we found...it was closed. The staff were inside so we knocked on the door. The young waiter who spoke to us previously looked through the curtain at us then proceeded with what he was doing. We again knocked on the door and asked the young man to come and speak to us. He cracked the door open a few inches and told us that the chef had decided not to cook for us and there was nothing he could do. We were left standing in the street in the cold with no dinner and absolutely disgusted by the way we were treated. I cannot stress strongly enough the disgust we have at the treatment we received and the manner in which it was given. The young man was extremely rude to our party. Disgraceful treatment.More

Date of visit: March 2016
Reviewed 7 November 2015 via mobile

Excellent food (croquettes of game meat,cod,pork sirloin,cheesecake with saffron;to die for) and friendly service.Don't agree at all with a previous reviewer who said the restaurant was over priced.Main courses range from 10 to 20 euros.Desserts 5 euros.There is also a tasting menu for 25 euros...with 4 starters,main course and dessert.All in all a lovely experience and the wall length photo of Consuegra castle and windmills really adds to the atmosphere.More

Date of visit: November 2015
Reviewed 26 May 2015

We eat regularly all over Spain and think that this was one of the worst ever. Migas edible but not nice, venison and wild boar cooked to death, revuelta ( scrambled egg with additions) not good. All in all an experience we would not like...to repeat and cost 40 euros not cheap for such basic food.More

Date of visit: May 2015
Reviewed 15 May 2014

I was driving along Castalla-la-Mancha area visiting people in Los Yebeles ( also worth visiting ), and people told me that I have to see the Consuegra town because it is so beautiful. Well, I thought I shall have my lunch there when passing the...town. While driving through small beautiful streets, I saw this resturant by a kind of plaza and thought: that's my Place! As a beautiful Place, I asked if I can eat outside, but I was told no. When I asked for the menu and what was today's menu del dia, I saw an impressive list of dishes, and I thought that I was not going to have any ' fine-dining' , but in the end there was the price for the menu 10€ so I thought - what the heck - everything looks great. Place was small and cosy, ' potato salad' as a starter really good and lamb chops as main course even better. Also a small beer was included into price + pan, so I could only have a cafe solo for desert. Service was effective and polite and I later thought that I was really lucky to bump into a top restaurant like this. Consuegra - a lovely town, La Bodequita - a lovely retaurant! Go there!More

Date of visit: May 2014
Reviewed 30 March 2014

This place is nice and service is very good. Food is typical from the area, the Migas were very good but the rest of the meal was good, not outstanding. Prices are a bit high for what it is.

Date of visit: March 2014
Reviewed 22 October 2013

This restaurant proves that you can eat exceptional food in Europe without breaking the bank. We went here for lunch after spending a couple of hours at the windmills because of the reviews on tripadvisor, and were so glad we did. We had El Menu...Del Dia, which consisted of an appetizer, a soup, an entree, desert and a liter of house wine. Everything was good. The service was attentive and friendly and the place itself is cozy and inviting. And all for 11 euros a piece. Would highly recommend.More

Date of visit: October 2013
Reviewed 10 June 2013

After visiting the windmills we were struggling to find somewhere open in Consuegra, even though it was lunchtime. A couple of the restaurants noted on Trip Advisor were open, but empty and quite pricey (for the area). We decided that the best bet was to...look for somewhere which seemed busy (not as easy as you might think in a deserted town!). We stumbled across La Bodeguita very close to the bus station, which was filled with local families. The 'a la carte' menu was somewhat overpriced, as were the 'tasting' menus - bearing in mind that this was a tiny bar/restaurant. However there was a 12 euro 3 course menu including a drink which we selected. The food was fresh and perfectly fine. My husband had the 'hake a la plancha', although he wished he'd ordered my ribs; cooked in garlic and oil. I chose a glass of red wine as my free drink, and I actually got a carafe of local wine. Very pleasant and a good lunch before setting off on the drive to Madrid.More

Date of visit: June 2013
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4