The city of three cultures is a city of contrasts, with an array of colours, aromas, and flavours. When you come to Toledo, not only will you be captivated by its streets, palaces, churches, squares, and museums, but also its cuisine which will provide you with a unique sensory experience.
One place that combines tradition with modernity is the Restaurante de Víctor Sánchez-Beato. Situated in the heart of Spain’s most important Jewish quarter, your journey to the restaurant along the Quarter’s narrow streets will take you past monuments such as the El Tránsito and Santa María la Blanca Synagogues. After soaking up Toledo’s history through its streets and landmarks, you can enjoy lunch or dinner in a modern restaurant while the chef, Víctor Sánchez-Beato himself, makes the delicious food before your very eyes.
Like everything in Toledo, the cuisine mixes novel culinary techniques with traditional flavours, with priority given above all us to the finished product. Centrepiece are traditional elements such as escabeche, cheese and quince jelly, from which the chef painstakingly makes dishes bursting with flavour. What’s more, the chef is never far away to explain to you what goes on behind the scenes. This is an experience that you simply can’t afford to miss, so what are you waiting for!