You don’t need to pay haute prices to enjoy star chef Adolfo Muñoz’s creative cooking (and some fabulous wines from central Spain) if you head to his bargain-priced wine bar and shop across from the cathedral. It serves tapas and light meals in a hip setting with seating for just 16 people. Game figures prominently, with such treats as venison stuffed with herbs. It’s a good spot to try carcamusas, a Toledan stewed meat casserole of pork, tomatoes, and green peas, served with fried potatoes. The menu del día (2 courses and dessert, but no wine) is always a bargain. More than 300 wines are available, many by the glass.
- Frommer's Staff