Service comes with a smile at this rustic restaurant on Baeza's Plaza de la Constitución, and it's popularity with locals is a good endorsement. The interior is typically Andalusian, with agricultural implements adding a rustic touch, and there's a pleasant and shady outside terrace. Specialties include snails as well as hearty fare such as homemade partridge pâté, and suckling pig and lamb, and there are some local dishes to choose from—patatas baezanas (roast
potatoes served with mushrooms), for instance. The daily three-course menú del día and the dish of the day (usually a stew) are a good value.
Portales Carbonería 13, Baeza, 23440, Spain