In a town that is very popular with tourists, it is always good to find a restaurant like this offering contemporary dining but without sidelining traditional recipes, hence its focus on products from the Ambroz valley. Located along a pedestrianised street in the centre of town, it features a summer terrace, a bar counter, and a dining room on two levels. Choose between a selection of half-“raciones”, a tapas menu in the evening, a tasting menu, and interesting dishes such as the Extremadura-style pigs’ trotter ravioli with crunchy “migas”.
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