Within walking distance of the riding school, this restaurant has brick arches and whitewashed walls decorated with colorful ceramic plates and photos of famous guests. It's crowded with business executives at lunch. The menu is Andalusian, with a few Basque dishes thrown in. Local clams, served either in a tomato sauce or with seasonal wild mushrooms, make a delicious starter; follow with cordero asado (roast lamb) in a sauce of honey and locally produced brandy,
or squid in its own ink. Finish with a slice of the delicious almond tart.
Calle Gaitán 3, Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, 11401, Spain