Restaurant Hostería del Estudiante - Parador de Alcalá de Henares
Restaurant Santo Tomás - Parador de Alcalá de Henares
Madrilenian cuisine with Cervantine roots
The gastronomic offer of the Parador de Alcalá de Henares combines the culinary tradition of Madrid, without forgetting references to Cervantes' recipes as one of its great hallmarks. A menu supported by a selection of D.O. Madrid wines.
Gastronomy with a touch of Castilian flair
Set in the magnificent 17th-century building, the former convent-college of the Dominicans of Saint Thomas Aquinas, the modern decoration of the Restaurant Santo Tomás is already an adventure when sitting at the table predisposes you to enjoy its gastronomy. A traditional cuisine whose menu includes specialities such as migas alcalaínas (fried breadcrumbs dish), croquetas de cocido (stew croquettes) or costrada de Alcalá (pastry dessert).
Type of kitchen
The traditional and regional cuisine of Paradores
The offer is based on dishes from the regional cuisine of Paradores, as well as traditional classics such as cocido madrileño croquettes (stew), sopa boba alcalaína (traditional soup), migas (fried breadcrumbs) or duelos y quebrantos (eggs, chorizo and bacon dish).
Tradition and modernity in the birthplace of Spanish literature
The Paradores company has been present in Alcalá de Henares since 1930, when it opened the Students Hostel, the third establishment in the Paradores Network. The current Parador, which occupies three of the colleges commissioned by Cardinal Cisneros (…).
The Hostel, opened in 1930, is located in the Manzana Cisneriana, occupies the historical Colegio Menor de San Jerónimo o Trilingüe, granted to the Spanish National Tourist Board by the Sociedad de Condueños de Alcalá for restoration and safekeeping.