This tavern in Segovia's historic Jewish quarter is owned by the Casa Mudéjar Hospedería hotel, and wins awards, year after year, for the region's best tapas. The menu is exquisite, featuring Segoviano specialities like cochinillo (roast suckling pig) as well as traditional Sephardic Jewish cuisine (though it's not a kosher kitchen). But the tapas are the highlight—the tostas are elaborate layers of toasted bread with roasted eggplant, goat cheese, duck
liver, or many other gourmet specialties. On summer evenings, the bar area overflows, and waiters pass plates of tapas out the windows to the crowd that spills out onto the area's cobblestone streets.
Calle Judería Vieja 17, Segovia, 40001, Spain