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By | 26 August, 2014 | 0 comments

Restaurante Mudéjar en ToledoToledo is not a city for vegans and lovers of light salads, despite that the summer heat might invite one to lighter meals. Toledo, a city with a continental climate, preserves a cuisine based on meats and other heavy dishes that we will briefly reference here, mentioning a few of the restaurants that serve these delicious dishes.

We do not have to go far to find the first result of our list of gastronomic recommendations in Toledo. Our own Mudéjar Restaurant is one of the best options for haute cuisine in the city, combining the best of Castilian culinary tradition with modern twists. Do not hesitate to come and discover it.

We will start this small gastronomic route at Bar Ludeña, considered by its clients as one of the “most authentic bars in Toledo”, just like the specialities that they offer, such as carcamusa (slightly spicy meat stew with peas), quail, and stewed partridge. The atmosphere has its unique charm, with the aspect of an old tavern with wooden structures, considered as a must-stop when you visit the city.

Also a must is El Trébol, a bar that despite having a large terrace always keeps people waiting to go in, even on Sundays, such is its popularity. This is due in no small part to its privileged location, just a few yards away from Plaza Zocodover. It is considered a classic in Toledo’s cuisine scene, as it is well decorated (with traces from the old walls in plain sight after its latest renovation), and it offers a select tapas assortment. The most popular ones are its fried potatoes with eggs and black pudding or the famous meat bombas.

Close by, on Calle Santa Fe, 10, is La Tabernita, which also has great reviews from guests who have stopped by. We highlight their green fried tomatoes, the mixed grills and the venison. However, the music volume is a bit too high, something that sadly happens in too many Spanish bars and restaurants.

Slightly more alternative is El Ermitaño, located in one of those dead-end squares that encompass so much mystery in Toledo, turning off Calle Alfileritos. It is a place with character, where you get what you see and where you can enjoy traditional dishes like the aforementioned carcamusa, lamb chops and also homemade salads and spectacular burgers made with meat of the highest quality.

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