In the Plaza Mayor, the heart of the city, we find this centennial restaurant that first opened in 1894 as Casa Rojo, named in honour of its founder, Urbano Rojo, whose family still runs the restaurant to this day, now the fourth generation of descendants.
In Los Galayos, you can enjoy renewed and elegant Castilian cuisine. It has five different rooms with different ambiences and one of the most authentic and classic taverns where you can sample an array of tapas and pinchos, from the most classic to the most sophisticated, always accompanied by Spain's finest wines should you so wish. Specialities such as Roast Suckling Pig, Russian Salad, Steak cooked on a Stone, Oven-Baked Cod with Peppers, Eggs with Baby Squid and Peppers, and homemade desserts including cheesecake, apple pie and a whole host of others, complete the varied menu on offer at Los Galayos.
There are also private rooms available with all manner of audiovisual facilities. For those who prefer dining al fresco, there are two terraces, one on Calle Botoneras itself, which is open all year round, and the other on the Plaza Mayor.