When we talk about Ojen’s typical dishes, we can include the typical dishes of the interior villages in southern Spain. Ojen’s gastronomy includes the natural countryside products like legumes, vegetables and other hunting products, with which a wide variety of typical dishes are elaborated.
If you’re searching for a place in Ojen where to try out the area’s typical dishes, we recommend a visit to the ‘Refugio de Juanar’, that during the hunting season, serves dishes with pheasant, deer, quail and wild goat.
If you visit Ojen, there’s nothing better than to enjoy its typical cuisine, of which we must highlight the following dishes:
- Rabbit in tomato
- ‘Gachas’, a typical dish made with flour, honey and sugar
- Gazpacho, with graped and almonds
- Chestnut stew/soup
Other typical dishes can be: rice with cod, rabbit with potatoes, partridge stew/soup or cod omelette. We can also highlight the cold meat variety that are elaborated handmade and dried up in the mountains.
Where can we enjoy the best food in ojen? The following list contains some of the most well-known restaurants:
El Fogón de Flore
Specialised in typical Andalusian dishes.
Plaza de Ojén s/n
Phone: 952 881 461
La Bodega de Ojén
Castillian (Spanish) dishes.
Phone: 952 881 581
Specialised in firewood grilled meats.
C/La Carretera (Junquillo,34)
Phone: 952 881 174
|LA CASA VERDE
Ctra. Antigua de Ojén, km 5
Tel: +34 9220.127.116.11
Calle la Carrera, 17
Tel: +34 918.104.22.168
|LA PISCINA DE OJÉN
Ctra. Marbella-Coín, s/n
Tel: +34 922.214.171.124
|REFUGIO DE JUANAR
Sierra Blanca, s/n, Hotel Refugio de Juanar
Tel: +34 952.88.10.00