We arrived late for lunch on a Tuesday and we felt very welcome ( which is unusual in Spain). My husband ordered roasted piglet and I had lamb chops. Both very tasty but the highlight of our lunch was dessert. I am a chocolate lover and was very happy with my choice; a perfectly baked petit gâteau!
Inspiration and culinary passion inhabit among the stones of the Plaza Mayor of Salamanca.
The bar and the tables at LasTapas de Gonzalo share history between the Villamayor stone wall and the apse of the Romanesque Church of San Martin.
Historic flavour, aroma of food. A magical atmosphere where over thirty different types of Tapas are presented every day
This new culinary space, Las Tapas de Gonzalo is the evolution of Plaza 23. The same staff, the same passion, but a new concept based on an affordable casual culinary offer, not forgetting the most important thing: high quality products.
The bar, the terrace or the cozy dining room with spectacular views of the Plaza Mayor, these three spaces are the perfect environment for taking part in a cutting-edge culinary experience, that will make your vist to Salamanca, simply unforgettable our