Reviews on Fusion food in Toledo, Province of Toledo, Spain. Synagogues, mosques and churches stand together in Toledo's historic quarter, a testament to the medieval Spanish city's diverse history. The four towers of The Alcazar, a fortress built in 1085, dominate the skyline. Toledo and its surrounding countryside inspired El Greco, and his paintings are on display in many places around the city, including the museum that bears his name.
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4 based on 340 reviews
Wine Bar, Croqueteria,Tapas, Crafts, Covers And Also To Carry Wines, Cheeses, Gourmet Product, All To Bring To Your Hotel Or Apartment.
We came back again this year as have always enjoyed the food. Everything is freshly prepared, this visit we had the pulled pork, duck and mushrooms and eggs with chorizo - all full of flavour. The house wine and beers are good too. Very friendly and excellent service. We will be back.
4 based on 678 reviews
At 'Tobiko Restaurante' we got our own style. Our fusion/creative cuisine is an experience for the senses for a reasonable price. Our team work hard everyday to bring the innovation to our plates so every time that you come back you will find a new range
We went for the tasting meal here based on TripAdvisor reviews. The staff was great, and the place has a nice vibe to it. The tasting meal started out fantastic too -- different, interesting and tasty dishes. Unfortunately the courses stalled out about 1/2 through -- strange combos, tasted over salted and didn't pair well with the wines. Two dessert courses were a little over the top. I think they are on the right path, however, and hope they continue to innovate!
4 based on 324 reviews
We were in Toledo for a day trip from Madrid and were looking for something a little different to eat when we stumbled into the multi-level Mercado de San AgustÃn. We decided to take our chances with this self-styled Asian Fusion restaurant even though it was deserted at lunchtime.We ordered Chow Mein, salmon sushi and some other stuff and it was actually quite good. And being the only diners, we got excellent service!Afterwards, we were talking about how much we liked the food because the ingredients were excellent (yay for Iberian pork) or the cooking was very good.
5 based on 31 reviews
Barrio is that place ready to surprise you, that place where the best gastronomic creations do not understand borders, but fusion.
If you are looking for tapas but need something ânot so Spanishâ - this international fusion restaurant is great. We had the tuna (just okay), the shrimp (quite good) and the mussels (a stand out if you like coconut!) We also had the cheesecake which tasted really homemade and slightly more savory than its American counterpart. Cute restaurant with good ambiance too! Better service than I have usually gotten in Spain.
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