Find out what European restaurants to try in Pedro Munoz including Restaurante Las Musas, Restaurante El Labriego, Hotel Restaurante Dulcinea, Cueva La Martina
4 based on 655 reviews
.....such a nice place for lunch in such a small town? We stopped here because it was very conveniently midway between Toledo and Cuenca and because the restaurant shares a parking lot with a few windmills, which were worth seeing but much less spectacular than those in Consuegra. It's a bit difficult to find, as it's at the back side of town, but the view from the top of the town and the very high quality food/decor made it worth the effort. Would have given it 5 stars if the service had been a bit quicker and more enthusiastic, and if they hadn't let a few children run around making noise part of the time. Oh, and the parking lot isn't paved, so beware.If you're in this area and looking for a higher end dining experience, this is a good bet!
4 based on 205 reviews
Probably one of the best restaurant in the area.Even though, it looks like a typical Spanish bar and nothing fancy, you will get surprise once you taste the food. Great presentation by the chef introducing the menu, we had the weekend menu and it was delicious,ventresca tuna salad, octopus, chicken teriyaki as starters and then a varied of main courses, duck confit, cod,sea bass, piglet and ox meat done over stone.It was delicious.Def we will come back.
4 based on 174 reviews
MenÃº Diario Lunes a Viernes: 10 Euros MenÃº Fin de Semana: 15 Euros MenÃº DegustaciÃ³n Manchego : 15 Euros Precio Medio carta: De 15-30 Euros Terraza Interior Restaurante
Travelling with four friends, we stayed in the village of El Toboso for one night and this restaurant was recommended by our hotel. The value was outstanding we had a two course meal, wine, and coffee for 9 Euros per person.. In spite of the fact they were preparing the restaurant for a private function for 600 people they were very happy to accommodate us. Delicious local food provided and we even had a free liquor! Recommended.
4 based on 343 reviews
Here, where heaven and earth never meet, lies the vast plain of Campo de San Juan. A seemingly endless space where one can recreate the senses and have a rest from the journey, while running one's eyes over the infinite outline and nuances of this land fu
As a writer, I found this perch above the valley with a windmill to my right inspiring. I spent an afternoon here writing, sipping coffee and enjoying a fresh salad. My complete lack of Spanish did not deter my waiter from being a gracious host. Definitely check out the delightful restaurant in the cave! Added value: they are dog friendly and provided a bucket of water for my cavalier.
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