Famous across Spain for its copious servings of no-frills comida casera (home-style cooking), Troya enjoys a prime location on Trujillo's main square. The food is decent, but it's more about quantity. At lunchtime, you'll be directed to one of several dining areas, where plates of tortilla, chorizo and lettuce-and-tomato salad materialise before you've even ordered your three-course menú. Weekend queues stretch out the door.
More reasonably sized set menus are possible in the evening.