In every city, town, and village along the Camino, you will find restaurants, cafés, and bars that serve a “Menú Peregrino” (pilgrim menu). Usually, this is a three-course meal featuring a starch, an improbably large amount of meat, a small dessert, and a half-bottle of local wine, all for about €8 to €12. So here we have Burger King trying to get in on the pilgrim economy and failing utterly.
For the record, while we saw any number of advertisements in the larger cities, I never laid eyes on an actual Burger King or McDonalds.
Date: 12 April 2016
Place: Burgos (Castilla y León, Spain)