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Toledo is a beautiful city situated a short train-ride away from Madrid. The Royal Court was established here for a long time, and the city and its customs had an immense impact on Spanish culture. It is called the ‘city of the three cultures’ because Jews, Muslims and Christians lived here together peacefully for many centuries. Its cuisine has assimilated all these influences, making it an exciting place for foodies. Here we explore the best restaurants in Toledo.
Restaurante Adolfo is one of the finest restaurants in Toledo and it is located next to the cathedral, in a 12th century Jewish house. Here visitors can pick individual dishes from the menu, such as the traditional lechazo or cordero, or try the chef’s excellent degustation menu, that consists of a variety of plates with different and exciting combinations of flavors and textures. It is an impeccable place to dine, with elegant and elaborate cuisine served in a friendly and unassuming manner. They also have a more modern terrace where visitors can enjoy one of their delicious gin and tonics and splendid views of the city.
Calle del Hombre de Palo 7, Toledo, Spain +34 925 22 73 21
La Abadia is located in a beautiful establishment in the center of Toledo, with an old, arched structure, and is known for its great food. The interior is divided in different sections, and diners can choose where they want to sit. The menu is concise and of top quality. The value is very good, as visitors get big portions of delicious food at very decent prices. Diners who come here have various options, they can either choose something from the menu, or go with one of the set menus: an express menu and a degustation menu are offered.
Plaza de San Nicolás 3, Toledo, Spain +34 925 25 11 40
Casa Valero specializes in seafood, and serves exquisite dishes made with ingredients of the utmost quality. Their bar does not disappoint either, as they have an excellent selection of wines and beers. Visitors can sit at the bar and have a few tapas, or have a formal meal in their dining room. Even though it is a short ride away from the historic center of Toledo, it is worth exploring the outskirts of the city for this gem.
Avenida de Irlanda 22, Toledo, Spain, +34 925 040 672
Close to the Museo Del Greco, La Fábrica de Harinas (meaning flour factory) is an elegant establishment that is part of San Juan de los Reyes, a four-star hotel. The suckling pig, one of Toledo’s specialties, is great here, and more affordable than elsewhere in the city. This restaurant also has an outdoor terrace for the warmer months, where visitors can enjoy a refreshing drink and snack on some of their inventive concoctions.