A stalwart defender of Úbeda's culinary traditions, this cavelike restaurant serves such standards as andrajos de Úbeda (fish, pasta, and vegetable stew) and the beef, lamb, and fish cooked over coals are always delicious. The wine list offers an ample range of Rioja and Ribera de Duero selections. You can have tapas at the bar and, for a more substantial repast, the good value lunch menú del día offers appetizers, three courses including dessert, and
one drink. It's on the edge of town near the Puerta del Losal, but it's well worth the walk from Plaza 1 de Mayo.
Calle Fuente Seca s/n, Úbeda, 23400, Spain