By
Ariana Díaz Celma

Granja Rural Food was born from the imagination and creativity of Rodrigo Ramírez, the founder of Canal Cocina. After his television adventure, Ramírez has decided to cooking experience by managing a restaurant. You will always see him chatting with clients and recommending dishes.

 

The restaurant has a warm atmosphere with a rural yet modern touch and offers traditional flavours made with the best raw materials and with some organic ingredients including eggs, chickens, veal and wine. The restaurant is not very big?it has small tables by the entrance and a dining area at the back with no more than five tables. The decoration includes curious details such as chairs covered with kitchen cloths, watering cans as teapots and the bill in an egg box.

Granja Rural Food is a very personal project with a menu based on the chef’s personal tastes and on childhood flavours. It changes every season and according to his criteria and imagination.

As a starter, Ramírez recommends pickle quail escalibada, ham or mushroom croquettes or one of the restaurant’s specialties: range eggs with a side to taste, for example, chistorra blood sausage or potatoes. Another highlight is the mushroom risotto with black truffle and pecorino. The menu also includes traditional dishes that never go out of fashion like the chicken cooked in garlic or a hamburger with escalibada, goat cheese, fried eggs and potato purée. The dessert menu includes spectacular homemade cakes (cheese, carrot?) and the traditional quince jelly with sheep’s cheese and walnuts.

The wine list feature organic house wine from Cuenca and a small but changing selection of signature wines.

A meal at Granja Rural Food is about 25 Euros. There is a take-away service available.

Creativity, good taste, illusion, good raw materials and traditional flavour at Granja Rural Food leaves nothing to be desired!

 

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  • Address: C/ Ferraz, 36