Torreón de Tordesillas in Tordesillas (Valladolid) is one of the most endearing and iconic restaurants in Castilla y León. In it, in addition to taste selected meats you can take a good handful of luck, or salt, depending on the degree of superstition Jeremiah, its owner, is a restorer of those who calls every day to the pastor who supplies the milk with which Make your cheeses, or your gardener to collect the vegetables that will serve on the menu of the day. He is one of those who prefer not to do things than do them wrong. And that is noticeable when crossing the door of El Torreón. “As soon as someone feels at home, you are responsible for their happiness,” says Jere.
El Torreón is a celebration of unforgettable flavors and experiences. The traveler who enters El Torreón is not looking for avant-garde or artifice fruit of passing fashions. Here the diner will meet with a select, close and familiar, where Jeremiah acts as Master of Ceremonies transcending the merely gastronomic. “You have to be among them and know what has happened at all times,” says the owner.
Where we are?
The Torreón is located in the municipality of Tordesillas (15 minutes from Valladolid), in the wine region of Rueda, has space for 75 guests dedicated to traditional Castilian cuisine “without artifice” where the lamb, foie, steak beef or the spectacular homemade desserts become a real feast.
Highlights are the meat roasts on a charcoal grill made of holm oak, the red beef from the retinto or the baby lamb chops with Denomination of Origin. Exquisite dishes such as fresh duck liver (100% foie), Cantabrian anchovies with leeks and cheese from Burgos, carpaccio of beef sirloin with cured cheese and foie, fine and silky in the mouth or Steak Tartar, whose structure denotes that has been cut with a knife. To sweeten the palate home made delicacies, such as desserts of frozen milk, sweet peppers with Camembert cheese or succulent puff pastry cake with cream and cream.
Located in the region of the denomination of origin “Rueda”, the select wine list has more than 400 references, with wines of denominations not only Spanish but also reservations and French crianzas.