Dining in Toledo means you're combining some of the best aspects of Spanish cuisine with local fare. And while the food is the star of the show, you'll notice that these restaurants also provide an exceptional stage in atmosphere that preserves the city's rich history with its tendencies toward innovation and creativity. So expect tradition and heritage to combine with creative and inspired dishes to create a dining experience like no other.
La Abadía offers tasty dishes that are as unique as its environment. Locals and travellers alike pour into this place for fantastic tapas and filling meals at very reasonable prices. They keep coming back to enjoy the cavernous 16th century ambiance and the enticing wine list. Wonderful atmosphere and brilliant cuisine.
While the old façade and stone walls of this restaurant blend beautifully with Toledo's Old Town neighbourhood, the interior is a whole other world. Step inside to discover a hip and happening dining house spread over four floors, with a chic tapas bar, spacious lounge area, and a vast dining hall. And last but not least, it stocks an extensive selection of incredible Spanish wines.
An emerging restaurant based on an obsession with creative-based cooking that uses local ingredients. One of the best things about this restaurant, other than the food of course, is its elevated location overlooking the cityscape with breathtaking views. The best views come from window tables on Friday and Saturday nights, when monuments all over the city are beautifully lit.
This is a stylish restaurant that is becoming more and more popular as patrons are beginning to appreciate the restaurant's simple dishes fresh ingredients and eye-catching presentation. The 29€ menus are sizeably portioned and the desserts are blissful. And while the food is deceptively minimalist, the surroundings are more noticeably elegant, so dress accordingly.
This restaurant bets on innovation without leaving behind its Toledan roots. Situated in the heart of the nearly two-thousand year old Roman Circus and operating since 1891, its 120 year old stoves allow you to enjoy a traditional culinary experience with inventive presentation and style.
A small restaurant full of history. Having once been the home of one of Spain's most famous writers, Lope de Vega, recent renovations have brought this restaurant to a new level of modern chic. The varied menu mixes dramatic flavours and textures with contemporary design and specialized service.