Restaurants & Bars

Restaurants & Bars

Trujillo is a small town and local cuisine is traditional and rustic. Most of the restaurants in Trujillo are located in the main square. During summer months it’s possible to dine outdoors which is a wonderful experience. Enjoy reasonably priced local cuisine and delicious wines with a 360 degree view of the wondrous architecture as the backdrop. Dinner is served from 9pm. 

We recommend:

Corral Del Rey: Plazuela Corral Del Rey, Trujillo, +34 927 323 071.
(in corner of main square next to the pharmacy)
Best for dinner/evenings. Tables outdoors available.
Highlights: Set menu (3 courses) including one glass of wine for €25 per person.
Must-try dishes: Pata Negra iberico ham, local steak prepared on the char grill, roasted partridge, asparagus with sea salt, chocolate covered figs.
Must-try wines: Yllera, Protos, Pesquera excellent reds, Marques de Caceres can’t go wrong rose and Marques de Riscal white, liquor de bellota (local acorn liqueur). 

El 7 de Sillerias: Calle Sillerias No 7, Trujillo, +34 927 321 856. 
(under the arch next to Palacio de Piedras Albas)
Rated Number 1 Restaurant in Trujillo on Trip Advisor in 2015.
There is a Café Bar, Restaurant & Terrace for lunch/dinner.
Highlights: Menu of the Day for €14.00 per person.
Must-try dishes: Garlic prawns, hake in salsa verde, lamb stew, Retinto sirloin, squid Gallegan style.

Cervezeria Plaza Mayor: Plaza Mayor, Trujillo, +34 927 774 533.
(on main square, sign outside door under the arcade, tables on square)
Best for lunchtime or for lighter dining in the evenings. Served outdoors on the main square.
Highlights: Tapas with a lovely cold beer!
Must-try dishes: Gazpacho soup, croquetas with jamon iberico (croquettes), prueba (pork stew), manchego cheese, migas (traditional savoury breadcrumbs) 

Las Cadenas: Plaza Mayor 5, Trujillo + 34 927 321 463. (on main square)
Best for dinner/evenings. Tables outdoors available.
Highlights: 3 courses and half a bottle of wine for €20 per person.
Must-try dishes: Baked trout with lemon and pine nuts, stewed kid, breadcrumbs in the Trujillo style.

Mirador de Las Monjas: Plaza Santiago 2, Trujillo +34 927 659 223 (above main square)
Best for dinner/evenings. This small privately owned restaurant isn’t always open, but is worth a visit for its charming terrace and well presented menu. 

The Parador Bar/Cafeteria: Calle Santa Beatriz de Silva, Trujillo + 34 927 321 350
(behind main square)
Best for pre-dining drinks.
Highlights: former convent of Santa Clara, the perfectly restored interior comprises two beautiful cloisters with Renaissance arches and columns.
Must-try dishes: tapas in the bar – ask for a local cod recipe from the religious orders known as bacalao monacal (subject to availability).

“Nuns with Buns” at the San Jeronimas Convent: Calle San Jeronimas, Trujillo (next to the museum of Pizarro near Santa Maria Church)
Best for takeaway tea cakes!
The Jeronimas order of nuns make homemade cakes, biscuits and mini crème caramels. 

Nightclubs & Bars 
There are a variety of local bars and most serve delicious local tapas. 

The Abadia Nightclub in Trujillo is the hot spot for going out until the early hours. The nightclub is arranged on three floors and has a spectacular open air terrace with views of the illuminated castle. The generous drinks and lively music make it well worth a visit. Admittance is 18 years and over. 

Cacéres (30 minutes from Trujillo by car)

Cacéres food is a new shining star for lovers of all things gourmet. Named 'Capital of Gastonomy in Spain 2015', Cacéres pays homeage to the fresh and bountiful ingredients of the surrounding countryside. Meat, cheese and wine are all staple parts of the Cacéres diet, withe the good served against a backdrop of historic buildings and stunning unspoilt countryside.

The Relais & Chateaux owned Atrio offers a Michelin starred menu and spectacular dining.  The food is extraordinary and the restaurant well worth a visit. The impressive wine list is one of Spain’s best, offering many refined wines including a large collection of Château D'Yquem. 

La Cacharrería, Javier Martin, Mesón San Juan, Oquendo, Botein, El Figón de Estaquio, Madruelo, Hornos 25, Torre Sande, Cayena, Minerva and Caceres Parador are also highly recommended restaurants in Caceres. Please see our Caceres pages and infographic.

Shops & Pre-order Shopping Service

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