My wife and I came here on a holiday from England. The place was on a narrow street in Toledo; the opening was small, but inviting. We were greeted by friendly staff- of who we later found out were Latin American. There was a special evening-menu, which worked out at just over 10 Euros a head, for 3 courses, bread and wine, each. My wife ordered Gazpacho, and I opted for Castilian Garlic Soup to start with. The service was very prompt, and the soups were very tasty and refreshing indeed. The red wine came, but it wasn't what I thought that it would be: it was more of a wine with lemonade and ice; my wife liked it but I asked if I could have a regional dry wine, which the staff happily obliged to. Our main courses were both Partridge with fried potatoes. I really enjoyed mine; it was seasoned with garlic among other things. The only limitation, in my view, was- and I later came to notice this in everywhere that we came to eat in Toledo- was that there was no salad, vegetables or garnish served with the mains, which made the mains feel very elementary and starchy. This said, the partridge was nonetheless good. We both had melon for deserts, which were refreshing. We had a good chat with the staff, and I later met the Ecuadoran chef and gave him compliments. I had a chat with the Colombian and Bolivian waiter and waitress respectively, about the music that was on, by Juanes (a Colombian singer). The staff were well mannered and I would recommend trying this place, if you are in town.
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