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. Charolés Restaurante


    According to Spain's top food critics, this restaurant ladles out the best cocido madrileño in all the land. Each component of the multicourse boiled dinner,...Read More

  • 3. Churrería Santo Tomé


    Recharge at this adorable four-table churro shop, established over a century ago, with hot homemade churros dipped in melted chocolate so thick it's almost spreadable....Read More

  • 4. El Fogón Sefardí


    This tavern in Segovia's historic Jewish quarter is owned by La Casa Mudéjar Hospedería hotel and has won awards for the region's best tapas. The...Read More

  • 5. El Trébol


    You can't leave Toledo without indulging in one of El Trébol's famous bombas, fried fist-size spheres of mashed potato stuffed with spiced meat and anointed...Read More

  • 6. Fogón del Azogue


    The menu at this white-tablecloth aerie, which overlooks rolling farmland, hinges on local delicacies like fried blood sausage, creamy ham croquettes, and—naturally, since we're in...Read More

  • 7. 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

  • 8. Mesón de José María


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

  • 9. Restaurante El Molino de la Losa


    At the edge of the serene Adaja River, El Molino, housed in a 15th-century mill, is one of the most idyllic restaurants in the region....Read More

  • 10. Restaurante Iván Cerdeño


    The buzziest opening in Toledo in recent memory, chef Iván Cerdeño's namesake restaurant, inaugurated in 2019, is a beacon of Castilian alta gastronomía—think architectural dishes...Read More

  • 11. Restaurante Sorrento


    León is a cold, windy town for much of the year, so it's no surprise that the local version of cocido (boiled dinner) is heartier...Read More

  • 12. 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

  • 13. Bar Ludeña


    Locals and visitors come together at this old-timey tapas bar for steaming cauldrons of carcamusas toledanas, a local meat stew studded with peas and chorizo....Read More

  • 14. 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

  • 15. Casa Ojeda


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

  • 16. Cervecería Entrecalles


    With 10 artisanal beers on tap and 150 available by the bottle—many of them locally brewed—Entrecalles is Toledo's premier craft beer bar. A basic but...Read More

  • 17. 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

  • 18. Las Cancelas


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

  • 19. Mesón de Cándido


    Beginning life as an inn in the 18th century, Cándido was declared a national monument in 1941, and today displays photos of famous patrons including...Read More

  • 20. Restaurante Serrano


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

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