How often do you get the chance to eat in a 16th-century convent? This restaurant, in two galleries on the first floor of the Convento de San Francisco, has lots of character and magnificent antiques. Specialties include pâté de perdiz con aceite de oliva virgen (partridge pâté with olive oil), solomillo al carbon (grilled steak), and manitas de cerdo rellenas de perdiz y espinacas (pig's knuckles filled with partridge and spinach). A summer terrace
doubles as a tavern.
Calle de San Francisco 14, Baeza, 23440, Spain