The restaurant at the Parador de Bielsa is located on the first floor of this cozy mountain lodge, offering spectacular views of Pineta Valley and the waterfalls that pour into the Cinca River near its source, striking the rocks of Monte Perdido Massif.
The restaurant can seat up to 80 people and is decorated with wood floors and beams and wrought iron lamps. It sets the standard for gastronomy in the region with a well-designed menu and traditional dishes prepared using high quality ingredients. Highlights include Aragonese suckling lamb, Teruel D.O. ham, pink tomatoes from Barbastro and oven bread from Labuerda.
Exquisite preparation of local products yields simple yet delicious dishes, including migas aragonesas (Aragón-style fried breadcrumbs), Cinca River trout a lo fino (with potatoes and pickles in a white wine sauce), roast suckling lamb, wild boar stews and teresicas (cream filled fritters).