The Parador restaurant offers views of the Campo Arañuelo region, spectacular Oropesa Castle and the Gredos Mountains. You will discover the excellent flavor and texture combinations found in Toledo’s cuisine and sample delicious kid goat and lamb, migas del Arañuelo (fried breadcrumbs) and stewed partridge. The region’s most traditional dishes have been handed down through ancient recipes with pastoral origins, featuring the natural flavors of products such as artisan cheeses, game, vegetables and seasonings.
You will surely want to sample cochifrito (fried suckling pig with tomato, egg, saffron and white wine) and the local cheeses, a true delicacy usually made with sheep’s milk, which gives them an enticing flavor. Add a sweet finish to your experience with Toledo’s famous marzipan, marquesitas (almond cakes), cortadillos (anisette cookies) from Cazalegas and mantecados (shortbread).