In an early-20th-century villa with contemporary paintings of bullfights, this is one of the most stylish dining spots in town, and the smaller of the two dining rooms has picture windows overlooking a park. The food is contemporary Spanish: Sopa de galeras (shrimp soup) is a rich appetizer; follow up with the local favorite arroz con langostinos (rice with jumbo shrimps) or rabo de toro al estilo El Bosque (oxtail in sherry). Desserts are less exciting
but include a delicious tocino de cielo (egg-yolk pudding). Service is excellent.
Av. Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 26, Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, 11402, Spain