TOLEDO Province

Restaurant in a Place of La Mancha, Villacañas

“All the establishments that are part of the Group are a family, the Burning family”

Scorching consultant chef Carlos Torres Group
Carlos Torres from El Capricho de los Torres and Advisory Chef Grupo Abrasador

Carlos Torres, chef of the restaurant Abrasador El Capricho de Los Torres, located in the Toledo municipality of Villacañas and gastronomic advisor to the Abrasador Group, tells us in this interview what are the keys to success in a restaurant.

Villacañas Natural, Carlos Torres has dedicated his entire life to the restaurant sector: "My professional career began in the family business, created by my father does 37 years, which currently offers hospitality services, catering, wedding organization, events, etc. It all started with a “traditional bar” business, that over time evolved to become a leading hospitality group in the area, after betting on high quality and avant-garde cuisine ”Torres points out.

Trained in Toledo School of Hospitality, this chef has worked in different restaurants and this has allowed him to “learn from the best hoteliers”, as he himself says. He currently runs the kitchen of the Abrasador El Capricho de Los Torres restaurant and is also a member of the Association Eurotoques Castilla- La Mancha, and is part of the Board of Directors of the Provincial Association of Hotel and Tourism Toledo.

Cooks and Chefs of Castilla la Mancha
Carlos Torres with his fellow Chefs and collaborators of Eurotoques de Castilla la Mancha

A lifetime dedicated to the catering sector, Carlos tells us his best kept secrets, because as this businessman emphasizes, "Hospitality is their way of life, his talent, his passion… ”

"Definitely, what I like the most in the world is to make others happy and I achieve this thanks to gastronomy. I do not need anything else"

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Show Cooking Carlos Torres and Mari Carmen Ramírez

Carlos, let's talk about your restaurant When was it created and what characteristics does it have?

Burning El Capricho de las Torres, formerly called Torres Restaurant, was built with the aim of giving, especially, food service for companies, always oriented towards high quality hospitality.

After the crisis of 2008, my brothers and I decided to convert the restaurant to a new format of hospitality that, at those moments I was succeeding in Madrid, and that's when we introduced the concept of gastrobar, with the aim of achieving a modern kitchen space more dedicated to gastronomy itself.

On the other hand, in those moments the concept of ember began to take, more and more great recipes were made using this type of technique. It was there when we met the Burning Group, to the Ramírez family. First, we test your product, and from that moment, we realized that the client increasingly demanded that gender, that good product that the Burning Group offered us, and after a few months we decided to associate with them.

Restaurante El Capricho
Carlos Torres during one of his charity dinners

At present, our kitchen could be described as a modern kitchen with certain avant-garde touches and charcoal. And what am I going to tell you, the truth is that we are very happy with the decision we made with the Ramírez family.

In Abrasador El Capricho de Los Torres we can reach the 350 diners in the restaurant area, we also have other spaces such as, for example, the “tapería” area, that we could describe it as the “usual bar space” and, by last, we have the "gastro" zone, where our clients can enjoy rations downtown to share.

That is to say, We have adapted our spaces so that our clients do not come to our restaurant exclusively to eat, but they can enjoy our establishment whenever they want because for that "we are multi-space". (Laughs).

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Bar and Cocktail Service in Abrasador El Capricho

Your restaurant has become a success story for Grupo Abrasador, What can you tell me about it?

I would say that this is possible thanks to the dedication and passion that we put into everything we do.. I also think that our personnel management is very important, there is nothing worse than not knowing what you are doing, no matter how motivated you are. You could say that we combine passion with management.

Why is it important to have a good quality policy in the catering sector?

Currently we don't go out to eat, to eat we have left it for the day to day. Now what we are looking for in a restaurant is the experience it offers us but, Of course, if at the moment of truth you don't have a quality product to back you up, customers will not return.

With Grupo Abrasador I know that quality is guaranteed and that gives me peace of mind, I used to go to the butcher shop and they would sell me what they wanted, but now thanks to the product, which is always the same, we managed to build customer loyalty.

Grilled meat of the Iberian pig breeding own scorching
Grilled meats, My grilled Iberian

What differentiates your restaurant from other establishments in the area?

I would say that our identity makes us different. Thanks to this we can serve experiences. We have a clear objective and that is our client. Today traditional hospitality has changed and there are two options: or do you have identity, or you are one more and, It is already very difficult to be the best!

Sincerely, I think you shouldn't try to be the best, you have to try to be different so they don't compare you. When we put our product on the table, no one can compare us to others, because our clients leave with an experience.

Do you have any upcoming goals?

In these difficult times it is difficult to talk about upcoming goals or challenges. In our company we had in mind to launch a new project "agriculture to process pistachio" but this has changed today.

Right now our main objective is to save the year, serve people as best as possible and, especially, take care of our staff. At this time, businessmen have to give the best of ourselves because in the end the team is the 80 percent of work. I think the numbers this year are not going to be good and that's why you have to think about us and take care of our team. Without a doubt, our goal today is more personal than professional..

Now let's talk about your relationship with the Burning Group

How many years have you been associated with scorching brand? 

We met the Ramírez family in the year 2015. And it was in the year 2016 when we join the group. I have to say that this decision has changed our lives, we have changed the concept of thinking, thanks in part to the training provided by the chain. We are a family Y together We have learned to manage teamwork so that everything works out, regardless of the product, which is also very important and, As I said before, diners are delighted (laughs); together with Abrasador we have grown hand in hand both personally and professionally.

Photo in Abrasador El Capricho
Family Photo in one of the Burning Training Days

What do you think are the keys to success of your restaurant?

Passion: working with passion is the key to job success.

Constancy: Pablo Picasso said that we are a 10 percent inspiration and a 90 percent work, So I believe that consistency is one of the keys to achieving that success..

Humility: Absolute truth has no one and thanks to humility we can continue learning. I think we all contribute knowledge and ideas and without humility we cannot learn.

Passion and enthusiasm for work
Carlos Torres serving one of his dishes at Abrasador

Have you had a sales increase in recent years? 

Yes and no, we from the first day we opened the restaurant as a gastrobar in 2014 we have always worked very well, although it is true that when we changed from molecular cuisine to scorching cuisine we did notice that people repeated more.

We have had a very weekend public for a few years, people coming from Madrid, who are used to this type of cuisine, and that's why he likes our restaurant, but now we also have families that come to celebrate any type of event, or simply a group of people looking to meet and choose us.

What values ​​you highlight this Restaurant Group?

Passion, constancy, humility, ability to team up and, especially, I would define them as family, family is the word that best describes them. All the establishments that are part of the group are Burning family and we understand this as well because we all have one thing in common: we don't work just for the money and that's the basis for success. The economic issue is a consequence that comes, that is there, and of course it is necessary, but it is not the primary key.

Oyster Corner in Restaurant
Pilar Torres in the Oyster Corner at Abrasador El Capricho

Hospitality is a way of life and we all love what we do

What you are positioned as in your city?

In Tripadvisor and Google we are positioned as the number one restaurant 2, and our score is 4.6.

¿It is important for a restaurant your online reputation and digitization? Why?

As a person who likes to learn, I have always had an internal debate on this topic. At first I did not bet on this type of tools, preferred offline communication, the word of mouth of a lifetime, but with the passage of time we have realized that the client has changed and this means that we no longer only have clients from Villacañas, We also have external clients from other towns.

Thus, Both me and the rest of the team have learned that having a good online reputation is basic and that the door of our restaurant is not glass, it's digital. When you carefully analyze what you do in your daily life, is when you realize that if you go out to eat somewhere, the first thing you do is call an acquaintance and, Secondly, search the Internet, Read the comments and also read the owner's responses.

Today I understand that digital reputation is so important, how to turn on the coffee maker in the morning, in that order, because if you don't have a good digital reputation you will still be one more, you will have fixed clients, that over time they will get tired, because people demand changes. Definitely, good reviews can help us a lot, but the bad ones can help us even more ... and, yes, online reputation is very important.

Cover Manager with electronic booking book
Cover Manager, one of Abrasador's digital tools with the electronic booking book

And to end, As an advisory chef to the Group, do you think that in the world of restaurants a little more training is needed in the sector? Why?

Of course, in our case a 10% of our annual budget, whatever it is, we dedicate it to training, either books, courses, seminars, gastronomic escapades that serve us as learning… 

Keep in mind that training is basic, there is no life without training, I've been a cook since 13 years and I have never stopped training, because cooking is easy, the difficult thing is to be able to combine all the emotions and manage them within a company. Without training we couldn't do that. So much for the kitchen, as for team management, from a restaurant, or even for digital management ... training is basic.

Carlos Torres chef speaker at the second technical time scorching 2019
Chef Carlos Torres paper

Scorching magical dinner in cinnamon and lemon

Dinner with magic show at the Scorching Canela y Limón Restaurant

The 25 In January a magical evening awaits you at Scorching Canela y Limón, the show has several magicians such as: Julianini, Martilda, Raul Alegria, Luis Olmedo, Pepin Banzo and Lautaro.

Come and enjoy our menu, maybe you will discover the magic flavor of our dishes:

WELCOME SNACK

TO SHARE

Beef tataki with pistachio praline
Squid croquettes in their ink

INDIVIDUAL

Low temperature cod with ali-oli, honey and wakame seaweed

Grilled curry honey medallion of veal

DESSERT

Cookie and caramel cake

CAFE

WATER AND WINE

PRICE PER PERSON: 30€

Attractions in Turleque

The visit to Turleque, little town of Toledo, It is synonymous with tranquility and peace for rest combined with the beauty of nature that holds the Toledo area. This municipality 800 inhabitants about an opportunity to tirerra make the route between Manchego steppe and the first foothills of the Montes de Toledo, Route called the Finistur.

Main Square Turleque, Plaza del Generalissimo

further, Turleque, between his rides, provides historical and discover its most emblematic monuments municipality are as Tercia House, the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption Justice and roll. Turleque name comes from a hybrid Latin and Arabic, since "tur" comes from the Latin, meaning "turris"; Y "It leque" is a characteristic diminutive particle mozárabe, so that Turleque would mean Torrezuela or torrecilla.

House Tercia

Plate House of Tercia

The Tercias houses, They are those places where tithes were deposited as payment of taxes what we now call. Why those who think Public finance and taxes are some recent times, they are wrong. Already in the thirteenth century turlequeños Tercia House had until that tithing correspondent, or what is the same one-tenth of the crude product obtained in crops.

Antigua Tercia House Turleque where taxes were paid

Church of Our Lady Assumption

Church of Our Lady Assumption in Turleque

Church of a ship with vault divided into six sections by arches and Doric pilasters barrel. TO each side of the first five sections, shallow chapels open by arches, central one leading to the door.

Baptistery left and the sacristy to the right, access to the towers at the foot. facade topped by fronton and two brick towers, square with two separate bodies by impost of sillares. Two clocks faces perpendicular and superimposed bell in front of the tower on the left, both finished with per capital Ball, vane and Cross.

Church of Our Lady Assumption in Turleque

The facade is topped by fronton and two towers. Parish plans were attributed to the architect D. Juan de Villanueva and D. Julian del Alamo. It was funded by the infant Spain D. Gabriel Antonio, Grand Prior of the Order of St. John of Malta, also cooperating entire population of Turleque.

Justice Roll

Historians tell that rose in 1.751, date on which the King Ferdinand VI signed the concession title of Villa to Turleque.

Roll of Justice in Turleque

The pillory is a seated stone column on a slipway where the prisoners were exposed to public shame, serving as well as a lesson to other residents. They were placed at the exit of the populations, on the busiest road, above it was located in the Consuegra road, since this population was head of the Priory. Is a based on which a column rises smooth shaft with capitals.

Roll plate Turleque

In addition to these precious monuments also can make ". The environment Rue Finistur It is mainly marked by the reservoir Finisterre. An impressive depression in the valley Algodor, that collected during rainy seasons to 35 hectometres of water so scarce in this region. This "oasis" manchego is in the interest, which by their Location, shared history and nature between the steppe and Manchego foothills of the Montes de Toledo.

Finistur route up to Turleque

Between visits to these monuments and routes is the option to take a break and regain strength to continue the roadmap Turleque sights and visit the magnificent restaurant Abrasador La Chimenea de Turleque, a perfect restaurant for tapas or meat, because it specializes in grilled meats Anoja own rearing veal and Iberian pork bait field. They also offer a lot of variety of both hot and cold coffee and plates. To finalize, also they have a pantry where you can buy any product quality as cheeses.

Toledo and historic palaces

In the heart of Spain is the historic city of Toledo, called the city of three cultures: Arab, Jewish and Christian. Toledo is a city on the banks of the Tagus river with several neighborhoods and a long and rich history dating back to the Bronze Age, the Romans, Visigoths, Muslims, the Catholic monarchs and even the Spanish Civil War.

In the Toledo city there are many places with great beauty and interesting to visit. Among all these palaces they stand, specific, Galiana Palace is particularly important that the rest of what it has meant for the city and its long history.

But besides the palace of Galiana, Toledo includes highlight other palaces.

Palacio de Galiana

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View from the garden Galiana Palace, one of the most emblematic of the city

Galiana Palace is a building in the Spanish city of Toledo. Medieval and located outside the historic center, It has the status of cultural interest. It is located on the banks of the Tagus and offers privileged views in which the city is seen in its entirety. This monument was built by King Al Mamun during the tenth century. However, Galiana Palace would not receive such designation to the SXVI century, in memory of the great palaces and gardens where he lived the Muslim princess, Galiana, Galadre legendary king's daughter.

This palace has had many owners and guests to the fourteenth century, since it was ceded to the brotherhood of St. Lucia and then the monks of St. Jerome. However, the latter ended up selling the illustrious Portuguese resident in Toledo City, Dona Beatriz de Silva. In the second half of the nineteenth century the Empress Eugenia de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III, It was the owner of the Palace.

In 1959 the Palace was sold to Alejandro Fernández de Araoz and his wife Carmen Maranon. Thanks to the architect Fernando Chueca and historian Manuel Gómez-Moreno a project for the restoration Galiana performed by returning to its original splendor.

Nowadays, Galiana Palace consists of a rectangular dividing the nine rooms, as well as a patio, a pond and a beautiful garden.

PALACE BENACAZON

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Palace gate Benacazon

It is a fifteenth-century medieval palace, Very rebuilt. The cover, but with original elements, It could be classified as neomudéjar. Plasterwork has a window sixteenth century, and a door with túmido brick arch and alfiz decorated with tiles. It has two columns with original capitals Islamic tenth century.

this palace, according to historians, It should call “Pantoja Palace”, denomination that had at least since the sixteenth century to be the home of Fernan Perez de Pantoja, sagreña lord of the town of Pantoja and known as “the Portugals ". In addition to the Pantoja, This building was also owned another important family toledana: the Gaytán.

This palace is one of the most representative examples of the different typical homes. Its Moorish style patio, along with your decor, based on plasterwork and tilework, are its main attractions. Over time it has undergone numerous restorations. Today it houses the Social and Cultural Work of Caja de Castilla-La Mancha.

Archbishop's Palace

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Overview of the Archbishop's Palace

The Archbishop's Palace is one of the architectural achievements of vaster dimensions of the Spanish city of Toledo. typologically, It is not a unitary building, for in it they are superimposed various artistic styles. In the thirteenth century Alfonso VIII donated to the Archbishop Don Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada few houses located opposite the cathedral. Slowly, This space was expanding, through the work of the various prelates, they were succeeding in the diocese, settling the palace, as such, progressively.

Cardinal Mendoza was the first prelate, in the second half of the fifteenth century it raises the first arc passageway palace or binding of this construction, with neighboring cathedral. Later, from the year 1541, profound remodeling were performed, picking out, to design traces, Alonso de Covarrubias.

The Archbishop's Palace shows, nowadays, as a complex set, with outward oriented stays, through numerous openings, that pierce the facades, internally connected by runners.

PALACE FUENSALIDA

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Palace Fuensalida

Fuensalida Palace is a palace built in the first half of the fifteenth century. It is the current seat of the Presidency of Castilla-La Mancha. Fuensalida Palace was ordered to build by Pedro Lopez de Ayala and Castaneda, I Count of Fuensalida, the early fifteenth century.

During the sixteenth century it hosted the court of Empress Elizabeth of Portugal while the Alcázar works were executed, and in the same place he died in childbirth with their sixth child, Juan, the 30 April 1539. The building is located in the Plaza del Conde, next to the Church of Santo Tomé. Today is the seat of the Presidency of the Junta de Castilla-La Mancha and venue of the plenary sessions of the Governing Council.

 The history of the Palace of Fuensalida Toledo to historical figures such as Garcilaso de la Vega links, El Greco, or Lope de Vega, but especially those of Charles I and his wife Empress Elizabeth of Portugal, mother of Philip II. The facade of the palace is ribboned factory masonry and brick pilasters. His austerity does not reveal the refinement of the interior, their facing rooms open to a large arcaded courtyard of rectangular structure, arranged on two levels. It highlights the power, styling and verve of his sixteen octagonal pilasters crowned by capitals, decorated with heads and shields of the Ayala family and Castaneda.

But besides the city of Toledo, toledanos different municipalities hold important palaces such as the municipality of Oropesa (Palacio Condal ), Ocaña (Palacio de los Cárdenas),  La Puebla de Montalbán (Palace of the Counts of La Puebla Montalban), and Consuegra (priory palace).

Meanwhile palaces travel, It is always a good choice to eat to recharge your batteries and keep watching palaces in the restaurant scorching Toledo. This grill has an extensive menu with various specialties; especially, grilled meat as it's own parenting Anoja both beef and Iberian pork bait field. This restaurant is a perfect place for lunch or dinner to enjoy their fresh food, tapear with friends or even dinner equipment and expeditions in which this grill has budgets as.

Scorching Restaurant inside view of Toledo

WHAT TO SEE IN TEMBLEQUE

Talk of Castilla-La Mancha is talk of Tembleque. This Manchegan town, located in Toledo, It is one of the jewels of the autonomous community. White lime shines on the facades. Tembleque history is linked to the city of Toledo. One of the main sites of interest is, without a doubt, Plaza Mayor Tembleque. In fact, It is listed as a Cultural from 1973 and is the square where groups most townsfolk. It is a building manchega: square base surrounded by buildings with two floors with runners. These were built to facilitate the view of the markets and bullfights that were held in the square, very similar to the comedy theater. The ground floor is arcaded and held by granite columns. further, ornamentations in plaster crosses represent the Knights Hospitaller, as a tribute to its medieval protection.

Plaza Mayor Tembleque (Toledo)
Plaza Mayor Tembleque (Toledo)

Meanwhile the main building is the Municipality of Tembleque, Baroque, It was added to the set in the seventeenth century. further, This square has a Ethnographic museum, located at number 1 Plaza Mayor, to meet with full depth the history of Tembleque.

Ethnographic Museum Tembleque
Ethnographic Museum Tembleque


Church of Our Lady of the Assumption

 Church of Our Lady of the Assumption
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption

The main religious building is the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, received designation as a Cultural Year 2012. It is Gothic, urban character. It begins to build from 1509, in tribute to the contributions made by Cardinal Cisneros to participate in the Campaign Oran, to spread Christianity in a Muslim region. Tembleque contributed to this Expedition of Oran with one million maravedíes and a company of soldiers. It is a very fast construction. The church rises from head to toe. Of notable interest, but he lost in the Civil War, It was the main altarpiece. This ostentatious whole sixteenth century, architectural synthesis, sculpture and painting, It is structured into a base, four overlapping bodies and an attic, divided in turn into intercolumnios, where sculptures are housed, and integrated streets paintings.

Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption of Tembleque

It composed of a ship with Latin cross, protrude from the whole tower and two side chapels of the eighteenth century, Jesus of Nazareth dedicated to the Virgen del Rosario and.

Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption of Tembleque
Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption of Tembleque

Casa Palacio de las TorresAmong the civil architecture stands the Casa de las Torres, Baroque palace built in the mid-eighteenth century by Antonio Fernandez-Alejo, Knight of the Order of Santiago who made his fortune in the Americas. The building was declared Cultural Interest in the year 1979.

Casa de las Torres, the main civil building in Tembleque
Casa de las Torres, the main civil building in Tembleque

La Casa de las Torres, as vulgarly it called the palace of the Fernández-Alejo, It is liable for all kind of hikers. Construction of the palace was personal idea of ​​D. Antonio Fernandez-Alejo, one of the members of this illustrious family of Tembleque, who wanted to materialize and part of the great fortune made in America. Is aboutone of the last baroque buildings in Spain, highlighting the facade, crowned with a family coat of arms flanked by two caravels. Built around a central courtyard, Inside it is now in ruins, You can be accessed only with a permit from City Hall. The pinnacle of the left tower is many yearshome to a family of storks, building a nest at that time of enormous dimensions.

Ermita de la Veracruz

Ermita de la Veracruz in Tembleque, design follows the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem
Ermita de la Veracruz

Among religious architecture, in addition to the Church of the Assumption, we must mention the Ermita de la Veracruz, made in the image and likeness of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem. One of the most unique and atypical monuments of this area is the chapel of Veracruz. Centralized plant building, resolves into an octagon topped dome that is not trasdoses abroad.

It is a funerary construction because it has been buried for many years a member of the illustrious family of Torres. Suffice it to observe their extreme sobriety and architectural purity to lock this building in the second half of the eighteenth century. Specifically dating 1792, dieciochesca decade in which neoclassical debugging begins in Spain. This chapel has been restored by Tembleque III Workshop School Municipal Library and Archive.

Tembleque Windmills

Tembleque Windmills, known as the Gate of La Mancha
Tembleque Windmills, known as the Puerta de la Mancha

And to conclude your visit Tembleque, what better to do some windmills windmills.

effectively, near the village, outside, on a hill you find two replicas of windmills recently built, although remnants of the original mills late sixteenth century are preserved.

In conclusion, only to see his lovely Plaza Mayor, worth making a trip from Madrid to the Toledo town located at the gates of La Mancha.

further, This town is very close to several restaurants associated with the scorching brand, The Capricho de los Torres in Villacañas, a 17 minutes (18 km), o Canela y Limon and Gastrobar El Pesca in Consuegra, a 28 minutes (37 km) ideal for tasting quality gastronomy, during your getaway, thanks to its specialties in grilled meats from its own aging. .


The best vantage points to watch Toledo

We love to see Toledo from all possible perspectives, Night and day. And we want to share with you, our favorite places to admire the "Imperial City" viewpoints…

There goes our list ... take note!

  1. Mirador del Valle
Toledo becomes night
spectacular view at night in Toledo City

This is perhaps the most famous view of Toledo, and our favorite. From here we have a view of the old town almost entirely.

We can see the cathedral, distinguish the imposing building of the Palace on top of the city, and watch the Tagus River runs at the foot of Old Town.

2. Since the Cigarrales

Toledo view from the cigarrales
View of Toledo from the Cigarrales

They are situated on the outskirts of the city and is manors, many of them converted into tourist accommodation, from where you can get a wonderful view of the city.

3. Alcázar

View of Toledo from the Alcazar
Toledo viewed from the Alcázar

At the top of Toledo is the Alcazar, and from up there you can see the whole city, so imagine the panoramic you can have from this emblematic building Toledano.

4. Alcantara Bridge

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View of Toledo from the bridge of Alcantara

On the bank of the Tagus River, We found this beautiful old Roman bridge, and from where you can see the city from below with nice views of the Alcázar.

These are the places that from our point of view, They are the best to observe the splendor of Toledo. But there are many other viewpoints from which to contemplate the city, These four are our favorite.

The best way to discover them be for yourself. We waited on scorching Toledo to enjoy our cuisine based on meat itself rearing Iberian pork and beef Anoja. Always grilled!

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christenings, communions and weddings fireplace Turleque

Scorching "The fireplace Turleque", located in the town of Tembleque (Toledo) It is a restaurant that has a team dynamic, attentive and professional to join your celebration a touch of quality, proximity and professionalism.

This restaurant, run by a young chef, bet on a market cuisine, Scorching traditional meat and breeding own. Manchego decoration and allow broad forum hosting communions, weddings and business meetings.

That is why with such extensive facilities, so much outdoors and indoors, the audience after watching the Space Turleque fireplace opt for this scorching for organize communions or silver wedding, Golden Wedding, birthday Special numerous invitations.

Outside area chimney Turleque

In our cuisine opt for a traditional market cuisine of high quality, meats own parenting Burning. Grilled meat, supported by the chain Abrasador, It is one of our specialties, Anoja both beef as Iberian pork bait Field. Regarding desserts, You can also taste our homemade pastries.

Our staff and those responsible for kitchen and living will We offer a variety of menus for the big day and you can agree on a custom menu. You can even hire a playground with castle Inflatable and other spaces where children can enjoy, always with notice.

Another view of the outdoor restaurant

The fireplace has facilities Turleque unsurpassable, spacious and acclimatised, where we care every detail offering family space where diners feel at the casa.Incluso Little ones can enjoy and have fun outdoors, thanks to its wide environment so they can play and be entertained.

The location of the restaurant, located in an area Quiet establishment, It is making it a unique and own space, since La Mancha plain where our currency.

The hope ready, until then a big hug Scorching team Chimney Turleque.

Christmas menu Group 2018 Scorching restaurant La Chimenea de Turleque