This restaurant is great value. For 10 € you can eat a delicious meal. The menu consists of three starters: mixed salad, sausage from the area and a scrumptious omelette. Then there is 1st course, 2nd course and dessert. Everything is homemade and delicious. In the pictures you can see the incoming 1st Extremadura migas plate and 2nd sirloin stuffed with asparagus sauce. Without a doubt, this is the best restaurant in Trujillo, both because of the great staff and its location in the square.
El Restaurante Bizcocho Plaza is the younger sibling of the famous restaurant El Bizcocho in Trujillo.
It has two dining rooms, one overlooking the Plaza Mayor and the other in the back that is much cuter and quieter. It serves Extremeño cuisine with a focus on seasonal products, things like Castellana soup, red beans with blood sausage, flame-roasted suckling lamb, and sirloin with foie in raspberry sauce. They also have a large wine cellar.
It is a nice restaurant, but prices are a bit too high for what they have to offer. A meal can cost up to 20-25 € per person. If you sit on the terrace in the square the price increases by 15%. And if you go in summer it is better to eat inside where there's air conditioning because outside it can get very hot. A recommended site if you do not mind money.
This is a very good and cheap option in Trujillo! They also have a varied menu. After the steak that I ate on the special menu, I know you'll eat quite well! The service is good, it has variety and is cheap - you can't ask for more!
The owner of the Palacio Chaves, our accommodation in the old part of Trujillo, recommended us this restaurant, and the truth is that it did not disappoint us at all. The foggy and wintry night did not allow us to see the statue of Trujillo that is located in the main square, and once in there, this pleasant place served by a lovely lady, was most gratifying. They have superb ham, cheese Extremadura, croquettes, sweetbreads or a grilled fresh asparagus, and a great meat are some of the dishes to recommend this place, one of the best of Trujillo to regain strength (I apollogize for the quality of the Photos, I did not pick up the camera).
Situated in the heart of Trujillo, a beautiful village with a lovely old town, there are many places where you can enjoy a mean and spend a pleasant evening. One of them is the Meson la Cadena, which is also a guest house and is located in the town square. This restaurant offers an extensive menu of varied dishes plus two menus, one for the house and another for 12 €, there is also a typical Extremadura menu for 18 € if I remember correctly. We opted for the house menu where you could choose between different first and second courses, and desserts. The portions are large and are quite good, our choice was salad, green beans and garlic chicken. For dessert, fruit. A basic menu. The service is acceptable, fast, and the decoration is pretty good.
On the way to the NV Sevilla , near Trujillo is 1 of those restaurants that is worth a visit. It has an air of authenticity, that worship to the "good life". Where you surround yourself with good vibes, talks of trips and local wine. I took a friend, who almost chose the route to Seville to pass through. We picked the bar because we did not have time and we ordered a ham and eggs. The excessive price € 16 with a wine was not acceptable: With this money, we had high expectations and ham was not up to expectations. Maybe because after the wedding in Seville, I tried one of the "hams" that was the most memorable of my life. And against that, it's very difficult to compete. Still I hope to give a 2nd chance to The Sheepfold. I have to invent a trip to Trujillo.
Three days ago we were in Trujillo with some friends. We went to visit, to spend the day. I want to tell you all about a restaurant that surprised us a lot. Around 3pm when we decided to eat lunch, we passed a street and saw a sign that was next to the Cheese and Wine Museum, announcing a very appetizing menu. The restaurant was called The Fifteenth Century. They offered several options, a full menu or the Sunday menu for 10 euros. The place has 2 beautiful lounges, a well, and even a chapel from the fifteenth century. Their kindness and the price surprised me, but the food was amazing. Everything was great, our wives ate homemade milhojas and homemade cheesecake that was great, the truth is I'd advise anyone who goes to Trujillo to try this place. The street is Francisco Pizarro, I don't know the number, but it's next to the Cheese and Wine Museum. XV century.
It is a Pizza / Sandwich place in Trujillo, it is very close to the place where we find good prices and food like pizzas, sandwiches, salads, pastas ... all generally good even though a little just to get by. It is clear that it is the typical cuisine of Trujillo but it has the charm that other restaurants do not have in the area, but depending on what you are looking for, you can find this pizzeria handy. Also comment that the site is quite small because people usually go to collect orders to go and if you get caught when it is full it can be somewhat overwhelming. It takes half an hour to make the pizzas, at least in our case.