Tucked agreeably away from the main tourist hub on the south side of town, this unpretentious tapas bar and restaurant on a lovely plaza offers a refined and inventive cuisine. Dishes include unusual and tasty starters, like goat's cheese salad with mango sauce, and mains based on local fare such as roast suckling lamb flavored with mountain herbs. Get here early if you want to sample the tapas (€1.50–€4), as the narrow bar gets packed with the local crowd on their
tapear (bar crawl). The delicious patatas alioli (cooked potatoes in a creamily pungent garlic sauce) are great for sharing.
Calle Ruedo Alameda 5, Ronda, 29400, Spain