We had a few disappointing restaurant experiences in Toledo. Our first night, we went to a restaurant recommended by our hotel. It was classy and expensive. The food was exceptional. Our waitress was pleasant enough. Everyone else was indifferent — to everyone — to the point of being rude. It was called Alfileritos 24 and we would never go back.
There were a couple of other disappointments before San Geraldo and I finally went to a place called Cafe Del Fin (click here for their website). It had looked interesting as we passed by one day. It was closed that night when we went back in a downpour. So, our last night we tried again and we were in luck.
The food was excellent. The prices were surprisingly reasonable (Toledo’s prices are much higher than Fuengirola’s). And the service from the two servers/bartenders was beyond compare. Warm, friendly, charming, professional. A cool crowd, too. Too bad Judyshannonstreetwhat was under the weather and didn’t get to experience this meal.
(Click the images to enlarge the deliciousness.)
|CHICKEN FAJITAS WITH PEPPERS AND SAUCE.|
|SAN GERALDO HAS HUGE HANDS.
THIS GIN & TONIC WAS THE SIZE OF A GOLDFISH BOWL.
FORTUNATELY, IT TASTED MUCH BETTER. SO I HAD ONE, TOO.
|HAMBERGUESITAS: BEEF (GREEN BUN) AND CHICKEN.|
|A TOSTA: MIXED MUSHROOMS, GOAT CHEESE, AND HONEY.|
|MID-MEAL, OUR LADY OF FÁTIMA PROCESSED DOWN THE STREET
AND PASSED RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE RESTAURANT.
NO ONE IN THE RESTAURANT KNEW WHY…
|SAN GERALDO’S “DEATH BY CHOCOLATE.”
HE COULDN’T FINISH IT!
|MY “CHOCOLATE BROWNIE WITH VANILLA ICE CREAM
AND HARD CHOCOLATE TOPPING.”
|OUR COFFEES WERE SERVED WITH LOVE.
MY ‘LOVE’ LASTED TO THE VERY END.
|A PARTING SHOT.|