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Photo courtesy of La Abadia, Toledo
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The Top 10 Restaurants in Toledo, Spain

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Updated: 20 November 2017
Toledo might be best known for its architecture but it’s also home to some incredible restaurants. The local cuisine is a melting pot of flavours, as Toledo is often called the ‘city of three cultures’ thanks to the Jews, Muslims and Christians who lived side by side here for centuries. The variety and richness found in the food here makes it an exciting place for foodies to explore. Here’s our pick of the ten best places to enjoy a special meal in Toledo.

La Abadia

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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This unique restaurant is located in the stunning 16thcentury Crafts House building, with various dining spaces tucked inside its original maze-like stone passages and vaulted cellars. La Abadia, or The Abbey, creates both tasting and a la carte menus full of tapas and other plates perfect for sharing. Staff are happy to recommend the perfect beer from their great selection to pair with your food.

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Food and beer pairing at La Abadia. Photo courtesy of La Abadia.

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La Fábrica de Harinas

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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There’s no better place to try the local speciality suckling pig than at the modern, classy La Fábrica de Harinas (meaning ‘the flour factory’), which is part of the four-star San Juan de los Reyes hotel. Service is attentive and plates are as pretty as they are delicious. In the warmer months, bag an outdoor table for dinner or cocktails.
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Mon - Sun:
7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Mon - Sun:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Restaurante Adolfo

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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Located in a characterful 12th-century building formerly home to a Jewish family, Restaurante Adolfo is one of Toledo’s fancier places to dine. Traditional dishes like cordero are given the gourmet treatment and paired with an exquisite selection of local wines. The chef likes to visit tables to check everyone’s happy, which is always a good sign. Be sure to take the lift up to the top floor to enjoy the spectacular views from their terrace.
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Mon - Sun:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mon - Sun:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

La Orza

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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Enjoy a modern take on Castilian specialities at this welcoming, traditional restaurant right in the centre of Toledo’s Jewish quarter. La Orza is mentioned in the Michelin guide for its excellent cooking and use of high-quality produce, and is the sort of place where you might find yourself rubbing shoulders with a Spanish celebrity or two. The rustic-style dining room is intimate, and with only a small number of tables available you’ll want to book ahead.

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Photo couresty of La Orza, Toledo

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Mon - Sat:
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Mon - Sun:
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

El Carmen de Montesion

Restaurant, Spanish, none
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Tucked away in an upmarket neighbourhood of Toledo is the city’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, El Carmen de Montesion. Chef/owner Pepe Rodriguez is best known as a judge on Spanish Masterchef. Choose from the a la carte menu or a seasonal degustation menu, enjoyed in the impeccably modern, bright designer dining room or romantic outdoor terrace.