Top 10 foods in Province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha
Guadalajara (pronounced [ɡwaðalaˈxaɾa] from Arabic وادي الحجارة wādi al-ħajāra, "streambed/valley of stones") is a province of central/north-central Spain, in the northern part of the autonomous community of Castile–La Mancha. As of 2013 it had a population of 257,723 people. The population of the province has grown in the last 10 years.
1. Kathmandu Tandoori House Nepali & Indian Cuisine
5 based on 1018 reviews
Hello everyone. This restaurant offers you several dishes including Indian and Nepali food.The prices are reasonable and the food are served as soon as possible. The staffs are friendly and welcoming. In short this a nice restaurant to come and spend time
Reviewed By DougRotchell - Algete, Spain
For the price it was quite acceptable.
It is always difficult finding a decent Indian restaurant in Spain and this place was no exception. But let me qualify that statement. The place was busy which is quite common at 2130 and the ambience was nice. No annoying music but with a full house it was quite noisy. The staff were excellent, courteous and friendly. We were shown to our table and within two minutes a plate of papadums with dips were placed on the table. The food was ordered and arrived relatively quickly and was hot and fresh. The portions were reasonable in size. The only reason I couldn't give them the full 5 stars was because I found the curries a tad bland in that I had particularly requested a very hot and spicy vindaloo and it just didn't happen. The meat (I had the lamb) was tender and cooked perfectly but it didn't have the pungent taste and aroma that is normally found with a vindaloo. Having said that the meal was still good and for 3 persons eating 4 curries, 2 rice, 2 naan bread and 3 bottles of water the bill came to under €64.00. Would I eat there again? Yes but would really emphasize the level of spicyness I prefer.
2. Taberna El Callejon
5 based on 181 reviews
La Taberna El Callejon, is a place where you can enjoy a menu that combines the traditional with the innovative, accompanied by a selection of wines chosen with care, in a warm and friendly atmosphere with a careful but informal service. It will be closed
Reviewed By 980LarryS - Naples, Florida
A small gem near Madrid Airport
It wasn’t really a surprise given the reviews but after my wife and I found this little gem we left with smiles on our faces. Our host was gracious and helpful in explaining the small but perfectly focused menu. The food was like watching an excellent fireworks display with each dish exploding with new flavors and textures. This was easily one of the best meals we had during our two weeks in Spain. Highlights:Tomato Alinado: carpaccio like slices, in a lovely savory vinaigrette, with strategically employed salt crystals and topped with dollops of a berry cream emulsion. We used up most of our bread sopping up the marinade. Incredible! Flores de Alcachofa: perfect flowers of artichoke, seasoned perfectly and topped with quail eggs and pancetta. Just fantastic. Calimari: fried in a light batter and seasoned with just a touch of vinaigrette and hair thin strands of Chile pepper, Cilantro and Cucumber. Oreja El callejon: perfectly cooked pork belly with an amazing crackling crust. Sinfully luscious! Purple salt added just the right punch. We also enjoyed an amuse of patatas bravas which were spicy and incredible. Our host was very helpful with selection from their small but well curated wine list. All in all we cannot recommend this Taberna highly enough. We wish them success in the future. If you are flying through or just in Madrid for business / holiday.. this Taberna is well worth seeking out. Given their popularity I would recommend making reservations. We got lucky at 2:15. By 3pm the place was full. Dear Larry S,Thanks a lot for your post, score and for the good explanations of our menu, we are very pleased that everything was satisfacing for you.We hope to see you again if you come back to Madrid
3. Club de Golf Suites Retamares
5 based on 467 reviews
Reviewed By deborah198
Beatiful landscape, really close to Madrid....
20mn drive from Madrid, you can find a very nice restaurant with amazing views. Lanscape is beatiful and includes golf course and several lakes. Market meditranean food with a very reasanoble price. Young service probably comning from hostelery school. Perfect for a weekend. There was a beatiful and elegant wedding. I wil be back in mine...Dear Deborah,Thanks for you time writting this letters. I will transmit to our Retamares team your beatiful words. We have a contract with the Best National&International Hostelery School, that is why our team is young and solid.From Retamares, Thanks again.We wish you to visit us soon.
4. El Doncel
4 based on 554 reviews
Reviewed By grapow - Denia, Spain
Firstly this is not a budget restaurant but the service is excellent, if anything, one might suggest the service is over-attentive. That said the waiter had precious little else to do as we were the only diners until another couple appeared at the end of our meal.We shared a ravioli starter which was magnificent before choosing the Cabrito (kid) for our mains. Frankly, way to much,the rich meat would have served four!A quite wonderful wine list included the first Guadalajara wine we had ever seen so we had to try it (Rio Negro), excellent value at 19€
5. Restaurante Casona de Torres
4 based on 349 reviews
Mondejar local wines, Extra virgin olive oil Alcarria, Honey, Manchego cheese, mushrooms, Organic fruit and vegetables, legumes and spices are filling area and enrich the pantry of our kitchen. Casona de Torres is a family restaurant where Antonio and Mig
Reviewed By sraag74 - London, United Kingdom
Beautifully presented and prepared food. The quality of the meats we had were superb. We even had a wine tasting session - local produce.
6. Mexico en tucasa
4 based on 149 reviews
Reviewed By Anne L - Montreal, Canada
We often eat out or order from here. They have a good selection of authentic Mexican cuisine. We enjoy their burritos, tacos, guacamole, rice dishes...try their moles, the green is spicier but worth it! Maybe I would say their guacamole would be a bit better if it was smoother and onion free...I also once ordered one of their soups when a Mexican friend came and she loved it. The locale is small so may need to reserve, we always took out or ordered. Sadly they no longer deliver to where we now live 5 km away but that's understandable. They also sell Mexican drinks/beers.
7. Restaurante Campanillas
4 based on 295 reviews
Reviewed By Paul S
Go, by all means!
You won't want to go way WAY out of your ordinary travel path. But my wife & I stayed at the nearby (five minutes walk away) Hotel Täch, before a next day departure for San Francisco. We spotted this place (thanks in part to Trip Advisor), and went there for an early dinner ... 8:30-ish instead of 10-ish, since we had to be up the next morning early. And it was just great. Pepe and wife Carmen run a fine place, with excellent food (some of the best croquetas we had in Spain), and the owners were excellent company, until around 9 pm, when the neighborhood began to occupy all the tables outside. There are great stories to be told about this place; Pepe doesn't speak a lot of English, but he's trying, and the photograph above the bar is of his father, who raised mules & used them to deliver farm produce in the 1910s to the main market in Madrid (Barajas was then a suburb of slowly developing Madrid). They've been in this spot since the late 1960s: the food, the stories, the warmth and friendliness of the proprietors and the neighborhood -- all huge pluses. Give it a try; you won't regret it.
8. Restaurante Meson Los Cantos
4 based on 225 reviews
Reviewed By daddytommy - Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Very good local restaurant in picturesque black skate village
This is a lovely and popular restaurant.Very good decor in the wood mountain style. Small but excellent restaurant featuring old favourites as well as a few local blockbusters. The soup, revuelta, goat, Cordero etc were good and I was impressed with the leche Frita (but it is my favourite. We drove up to the village through fresh snow which was an exhilarating and nail biting drive.Well worth it, though.
9. Restaurante Abuela Maravillas
4 based on 381 reviews
Reviewed By jimbMadrid - madrid
Very good. Temporarily moved.
The resturant is being remodelled so until June approx service is in the posada in the village rather than by the river. Nonetheless it is cosy and very good food.Thank you very much for your commentDespite being moving and works we liked so glad that your visit to our restaurant at the Inn.Thank you very much, hope to see you soon here again
10. Restaurante Alfonso VIII
4 based on 140 reviews
Reviewed By 785kellym - Oakland, California
Stopped in Atienza to see the town. When asking about restaurants we were directed to Alfonso VIII. What a fantastic find! Atmosphere, service, and food were all exceptional. We ate lunch and found the Menu del Dia to be a superb value considering the quality of entire experience.