TOLEDO RESTAURANTS



In this section we recommend some restaurants in Toledo, Spain.

Restaurante Adolfo, Calle Granada 6, 45001 TOLEDO.
Tel: 925 227 321, Fax: 925 253 198
Adolfo Restaurant, Toledo

This restaurant, located in the heart of Toledo's historic centre, occupies an old 14th century mansion and includes an eleventh century bodega (wine cellar) carved into the earth and containing over 50,000 bottles. It is hardly a surprise, then, to learn that the the restaurant's wine list has over 1,200 different wines.

The cuisine is regional and typical of the Castilla - La Mancha area, using many products from the owner's own garden. Speciality: Stuffed partridge cooked in red wine.

Facilities: Air-conditioning, Disabled Access, Credit Card Accepted. Closed: Sunday evenings, 7th to the 13th of January and the second fortnight in July.

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Los Cuatro Tiempos, Sixto Ramón Parro, 5. 45001 TOLEDO.
Tel: +34 925223782
Los Cuatro Tiempos Restaurant, Toledo

Cuatro Tiempos is located in a restored 16th century house just a stone's throw from the cathedral in the historical centre of the medieval city of Toledo.

Its cuisine is based on the traditional food of Castilla-La Mancha with modern and creative touches.

Its extensive wine list offers plenty of options to accompany dishes such as Manchegan salmorejo with crispy jamón and croutons, or medallions of venison loin with apple puree and a red berry sauce.

There are also special menus for groups.

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Hostal del Cardenal, Po Recaredo, 24. 45003 TOLEDO.
Tel: +34 925220862
Hostal Cardenal, Toledo

The Hostal del Cardenal is located in an 18th century Toledo palace that has been converted into a three star hostel.

The hostel's restaurant, in an attractive setting surrounded by gardens, offers traditional Spanish cooking, featuring roast suckling pig and lamb cooked in traditional Castilian style in a wood fired oven, and Toledo-style partridge casserole.

Desserts include the marzipans and "marquesitas" (small pastries) that are typical of the Toledo region. There is a special area set aside for children's games and in the summer the terrace is a great spot to enjoy a meal with friends.

 

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Restaurantes Casa Aurelio, Sinagoga, 1, Sinagoga, 6, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, 8, 45001 Toledo.
Tel: 925.22.13.92 / 925.22.20.97 / 925.22.77.16
One might say a "Trilogy" of Restaurants, since in fact Aurelio has 3 establishments in Toledo all located in or close to Sinagoga street. Restaurante Aurelio was the first, then came Restaurante Casa Aurelio and finally Casa Aurelio, all located in the historic centre of the city.

The 3 restaurants offer similar regional cuisine with dishes such as Perdiz a la Toledana as well as typical roasts and other dishes such as rape (angler fish) and merluza de pincho (hake), all accompanied by fine Manchegan wines.

Facilities: Air-conditioning, Credit Card Accepted.



Casón de los López de Toledo, Calle Silleria 3, 45001 TOLEDO.
Tel: 925 254 774 Fax: 925 257 282
Located in a traditional old Toledo house and using the local products to develop both creative and traditional Toledan cuisine. Typical dishes include cod and orange millefeuille, venison loin served in a bed of spinach and wild mushrooms, cream marzipan cake with pear ice-cream.

Facilities: Air-conditioning, Credit Cards Accepted. Closed: Sunday evenings



El Pórtico, Avenida América 1, 45004 TOLEDO.
Tel: 925 214 315 Fax: 925 221 486
Typical dishes include partridge salad, roast kid and suckling pig, La Mancha cheese tart.

Facilities: Air-conditioning, Disabled Access, Credit Card Accepted. Closed: Sunday evenings and one week in August



Hierbabuena, Callejón San Jose 17, 45003 TOLEDO
Tel: 925 223 924
A beautiful old town house hosts the diniing room of this restaurant, whose imaginative seasonal cuisine changes every fortnight. Typical dishs are: roasted red onions stuffed with black pudding and served with pepper sauce, wild boar and deer sirloin brochette, vanilla cream, sirloin of beef covered with goose-liver pate and a wine-based sauce or fillets of sole stuffed with white shrimp and cured ham in sherry sauce.

Facilities: Air-conditioning, Credit Card Accepted

For an excellent glossary of Spanish food, check out Go Madrid's Spanish Food Dictionary. And for another great restaurant site, please visit Swiss-Restaurants.com for free online booking, reviews and maps.