Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Restaurants

This is Spain’s authentic heartland, bereft of touristy hamburger joints and filled instead with the country’s most traditional tavernas, which attract Spanish foodies from across the country. Some of the most renowned restaurants in this region are small and family-run, while a few new avant-garde spots in Extremadura serve up modern architecture as well as experimental fusion dishes.

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  • 1. Adolfo Restaurant

    $$$$ | Spanish

    Visit this white-tablecloth restaurant, situated steps from the cathedral, for traditional Toledan recipes with fine-dining twists, complemented...Read More

  • 2. El Fogón Sefardí


    This tavern in Segovia's historic Jewish quarter is owned by La Casa Mudejar Hospedería hotel and wins awards year after year for the region's best...Read More

  • 3. La Hoja 21


    Just off the Plaza Mayor, this upscale restaurant has a glass facade, high ceilings, butter-yellow walls, and minimalist art—a welcome relief from the dime-a-dozen Castilian...Read More

  • 4. La Ponderosa


    La Ponderosa is a quintessential yet elevated Castilian bar where locals mingle at high volume while tossing back local wine and munching on well-priced seasonal...Read More

  • 5. Mesón de José María


    According to foodies, this old-timey mesón (traditional tavern-restaurant) serves the most delectable cochinillo asado in town, but there are plenty of lighter, fresher dishes to...Read More

  • 6. Restaurante El Molino de la Losa


    Sitting at the edge of the serene Adaja River, El Molino, housed in a 15th-century mill, enjoys one of the best views of the town...Read More

  • 7. Adonías del Pozo


    In this softly lit dining room furnished with rustic tables and colorful ceramics, feast on top-of-the-line cured cecina (Leonese air-dried beef "ham"), roasted peppers, and...Read More

  • 8. Bambú


    Bambú is two restaurants in one: there's a jovial basement tapas bar serving gargantuan tapas and beers to hungry locals, and then there's the far...Read More

  • 9. Bar Alameda


    This family-run bar and restaurant punches above its weight with market-driven tapas that reflect a sense of place. Spring for the stuffed foraged mushrooms or...Read More

  • 10. Casa Duque


    Segovia's oldest restaurant, founded in 1895 and still run by the same family, has a rustic interior with wood beams and bric-a-brac hanging on the...Read More

  • 11. Casa Ojeda


    This centennial restaurant—a Castilian classic—is known for refined Burgos standbys, especially cochinillo (suckling pig) and lamb straight from the 200-year-old wood oven. Wines by the...Read More

  • 12. Figón del Huécar


    This family-run white-tablecloth restaurant serves updated Castilian classics in an airy dining room set in a medieval stone house overlooking the old city (ask for...Read More

  • 13. Las Cancelas


    Locals flock to this little tavern for the tapas and fat, juicy steaks served in the boisterous barroom or white-tablecloth dining area, set in a...Read More

  • 14. Mesón de Cándido


    Amid the dark-wood beams and Castilian knickknacks of this restaurant beneath the aqueduct hang photos of celebrities who have dined here, among them Ernest Hemingway...Read More

  • 15. Restaurante Serrano


    This local hangout serves Astorgan dishes that incorporate wild game, foraged mushrooms, and regional meats. For a break from carniverous Castilian cuisine, tuck into handmade...Read More

  • 16. Valencia


    Despite its Mediterranean name, this traditional, family-run restaurant serves up Castilian specialties like garlic soup, partridge salad, local river trout, white asparagus, and suckling lamb....Read More

  • 17. El Corregidor


    Several old houses stuffed with antiques make up this fine restaurant and tapas bar. You can enjoy your meal alfresco in the beautiful garden or...Read More

  • 18. Mesón Casas Colgadas


    Run by Pedro Torres Pacheco, the celebrated restaurateur who has done much to promote Cuenca's cuisine, this restaurant offers local produce, fish, and a variety...Read More

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