The 10 Best Brunch Spots In Toledo, Spain

Toledo is a wonderful city with a rich history, incredible things to see, great restaurants and fantastic bars, so it is unsurprising that the breakfast and brunch options here plentiful and excellent. Below we have compiled a careful selection of the best places in the city to have breakfast and brunch, so everyone can start their day off right.

Toledo | © Adam Jason Moore/Flickr

Trébedes Café

Cafe, Restaurant, Spanish, Coffee, Pub Grub
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Trébedes Café is one of the most popular breakfast spots in Toledo, as this restaurant has gone from strength to strength since it first opened its doors in 2011. Great coffee, delicious sandwiches and the remarkable tomato toast, which is a typical Spanish breakfast meal, are the reasons behind the cafe’s growing clientele. To top it all off, the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. Those who want to explore this establishment’s lunch options should try one of their burgers or sandwiches.

El Parador

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The Parador is an iconic cultural hotel with incredible views of Toledo, and the breakfast their cafe serves on their splendid terrace is open to guests and non-guests alike. Come here to enjoy a morning coffee with a stunning panoramic view. Those who want a heartier meal can opt for the breakfast buffet, whih includes a wide variety of breakfast foods made with the best ingredients on offer. There’s no better start to the day than enjoying some excellent food in the beautiful surroundings that this hotel has to offer.

Nuevo Almacen

Barely a few meters away from the famous Zocodover Square, which is located right in Toledo’s old town, this locale has come to be known as one of the best places in the city for breakfast. The options here range from a variety of innovative versions of omelets (Spanish omelet, ham and cheese omelet, salmon omelet, and more) to simple toast or sandwiches, all accompanied by freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee or tea and fresh fruit.
Address: Calle Nueva 7, Toledo, Spain, +34 925 28 39 37

Café Real

This excellent cafe offers a variety of options for visitors; from Colombian coffee that costs less than a euro to a fluffy Spanish omelet for €1.50. Tourists who want to start their day off with a big breakfast can enjoy the hotel’s buffet for €6. Plus, the establishment’s location in the historic center means that it is easily accessible and a great base from which to explore the city.
Address: Calle Real del Arrabal, 2, Toledo, Spain, +34 925229300

Café Del Fin

Restaurant, Bar, Mediterranean
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Another coveted breakfast and brunch spot in Toledo is the innovative Café Del Fin, located in Toledo’s beautiful old town. Recently renovated, the modern and chic decor complements their comprehensive new menu that offers anything from a simple coffee with toast to the best brunch in the city, served here until 12pm daily. From eggs and bacon to sandwiches, churros and fresh cheese, Café Del Fin has something for every palate.


Bar, Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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Hot chocolate and churros
Hot chocolate and churros | ©Tim Lucas/Flickr
Kumera is a unique restaurant with some excellent breakfast options. Here, travelers will be able to enjoy the quintessential Spanish breakfast; churros with a decadent hot chocolate. Those who are not fans of such sweet breakfasts have a great spread to choose from, such as coffee with tomato toast or a slice of Spanish omelet. Seating is available outside, at the bar or downstairs in the more formal dining area, so clients will be able to pick what setting suits them most for a more personalized breakfast experience.

Cafeteria La Pepa

Bar, Cafe, Coffee, Tea
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Scrambled eggs and bacon
Scrambled eggs and bacon | © Katherine Lim/Flickr
Nespresso addicts will love this bar, which only serves that particular brand of coffee. Cafeteria La Pepa is a quirky cafe with vintage decor and excellent service, and it offers some of the most sophisticated and elaborate breakfasts in the city. Visitors can opt for a vegetable crêpe if they want to enjoy a healthy breakfast, or a bowl of fresh fruit and yogurt topped with cereals. Those who prefer a bigger breakfast can choose from the many egg-based options (scrambled eggs with bacon, fried eggs with Spanish ham, and more), and tourists who are looking to spend as little time as possible eating breakfast will be able to order one of the express combinations (toast or croissants with tea or coffee).

Biblioteca del Alcázar

Cafe, Coffee, Pastries
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Alcazar | © Ed Schipul/Flickr
The Alcázar is one of the top things to see in Toledo, with its rich history and beautiful views of the city – but what most people are not aware of is that there is an excellent cafe on the top floor of this majestic building. At the Alcazar’s cafe, visitors will be able to take a break from sightseeing and recover with a delicious coffee that costs just one euro as well as a choice of pastries, sandwiches, or more elaborate plates.

Lorca 3

Bar, Restaurant, Healthy, $$$
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Lorca 3
Lorca 3 | © Courtesy of restaurant
Situated in Toledo’s hotel district, this is an excellent bar to go to for a quick breakfast if you are not enthralled by your own hotel’s options. This locale is cute, but it keeps its meals simple. Travelers are bound to appreciate the variety of breakfast combinations on offer, ranging from pastries to fresh juices to omelets or sandwiches, as well as the incredible prices that accompany these delicious options – a typical breakfast here will probably cost under three euros.

Cerveceria Trébol

Bar, Restaurant, Spanish
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Tapas at Cervecería El Trebol, Toledo
Tapas at Cervecería El Trebol, Toledo | courtesy of Cervecería El Trebol, Toledo.
This bar is one of the best in Toledo, and here you can start the day off on the outdoor terrace, ordering some coffee with a slice of Spanish omelet or toast with tomato and Spanish ham, two savory classics that the locals love to have for breakfast. If the weather is too cold, travelers can enjoy the historical interior of the bar, with walls and doors that date back to the 10th and 11th centuries.

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