Toledo is one of the top choices for day trips from Madrid, so it is not surprising the town is full with low cost meals for budget travelers. However, if you want to treat yourself with a relaxed meal, Locum is the place to go. It is hidden in a quiet street without a giant menu with pictures.
The entrance level is the reception area, bar and the kitchen. You will be seated either on the 2nd floor or the 3rd floor of an old building that looks like a clock tower. Charming.
I enjoyed the tasting menu and ordered two glasses or house red. The appetizers are well-done and tasty. They are based on traditional Spanish food with an interesting presentation. However, the fish course (cod) and the mean course (suckling pig) are under seasoned, and quite boring on the taste and texture.
If I return to this place, I would probably just order all their appetizers.
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