Excellent service, roasted meats (the cabrito – roasted goat kid – is a speciality) and a pleasantly modern dining area make this a good choice. It's barely 50m from Plaza Mayor.
The restaurant at Hotel Juan II (mains €15 to €21), specialising in hearty meat dishes, is one of Toro's best. The food is on a par with other good places around town, but there's an informal bar with a pretty terra…
Artfully conceived tapas lined up along the bar (try the marinated sardines) and a full list of toasts topped with all manner of tasty morsels make this Toro's best place for tapas.
The best of a clutch of restaurants on this side street in the historic centre. The courtyard provides a pleasant setting for enjoying reliably good, hearty Castilian dishes.
Don Pancho, with its tiled bar and home cooking – including meats roasted in a wood-fire oven – is the best sit-down restaurant in the old town centre.
Directly opposite one of the loveliest church doorways in Castilla y León, La Colegiata does a good range of raciones and set menus – check out the offers of a large plate of cheese or jamón and a bottle of wine (€9…
Come here for well-prepared typical Castilian fare that courts various flavours but stays firmly in the classical mould, with reliable dishes such as chuletillas de lechazo (lamb chops). Reservations recommended.
Marginally the pick of the bars that encircle the Plaza Mayor, tiny Viky has tapas lined up along the bar and a varied menu of canapés, raciones and other tapas. Service can be gruff.