We discovered this on a trip we made two summers ago to Parador de Plasencia. After the trip we ordered things from it online, but this year, they opened shop in Bilbao which is close to us. I recommend the oils with a touch of lemon and garlic, and balsamic figs.
This restaurant on one of the streets right off Plaza Mayor and the rice dishes here give Valencian paella a run for its money. There are also cured meats, torta de casar, and modern desserts, all in a feel-good avant-garde atmosphere.
The curiously named La Pitarra del Gordo Restaurant is named after a local wine from the region, the Pitarra, and it's the perfect place to enjoy it along with the sausages, ham, pork, salami and of course patatera, which is potato sausage made with a special cover and spread onto bread. It's delicious. I highly recommend it if you're going to be in Plasencia for a visit.
The Cafeteria Español is a good place for a traditional Plasencian breakfast. They specialize in popcorn, and salad-stuffed pork rind tapas. You can also taste wines and other typical tapas in the area.
We’d heard about this place. From the outside, you wouldn’t imagine how interesting the inside is: various dining rooms, a wine cellar, café, and great decoration.
The cuisine is regional, flavorful, and artfully presented. The service is helpful and welcoming without ever becoming claustrophobic.
I loved it, but the restaurant was a bit quiet. It must be the economic crisis. But, it’s also true that it’s nice to have a bit of peace and quiet while you enjoy great food and service.
Crumbs and suckling pig are the signature dishes in any restaurant in this province. It has all the earmarks of being a portion of lasagna, and accompaniment, sweet touches of ground beet and quince, a success. The cream of porcini with Iberian fine and delicious truffle filled figs dipped in chocolate, ideal for very greedy people. Loin of lamb with honey, stewed partridge, veal or fish pudding are other dishes that can be sampled in this convent restaurant so neat and well served like all hostels network.
Gredos Restaurant is a good place to try a variety of tapas, all of which are delicious, nothing "diet" here to speak of because when you'll leave you'll weigh a kilo more at least. This restaurant also has a dining room, but in our case we prefer to try different tapas. I recommend that you try the Extremadura cuisine at a good price here.
You'll have a lot of different tapas to choose from at La Taperia. It's also possible to ask for rations and other small plates. La Taperia has gotten multiple awards at the tapas festival. In short, it's a good place for coffee in the morning or watching football in the afternoon with friends.
The Puerta de Talavera Restaurant is located in Plasencia, in the Province of Caceres. It offers an amazing menu, which boasts very modern regional cuisine, and it also has an excellent wine cellar so you can accompany your meal with fine wines and enjoy your meals and family gatherings more. It'll be great.
This recommendable restaurant offers the best service possible to its customers. It features a nice air-conditioned atmosphere and an extensive menu offering both sweet and savory food, and wine. An excellent choice for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner. It islocated in a beautiful area of Plasencia.
The Florida 2 Restaurant is in Plasencia, Spain, and is one of the busiest places when choosing traditional food. Within its extensive menu the goat cutlets, and the tasty selection of homemade desserts, especially the rice pudding, really stand out. The restaurant maintains a good price-quality ratio.
La Arroceria is a quiet, comfortable, place that's close to the square and the beers you can have in the midday sun. They have good rice and especially great service, as good as at home. The deal is great and they'll make you feel comfortable.