A private family tavern for more than 20 years, this intimate restaurant is widely regarded as the No. 1 dining spot in Castilla-La Mancha. Its bright, airy dining room is within a medieval stone house, with views of the city. Specialty dishes include pichón (dove) stuffed with a basket of quail eggs; "old wine" veal with potatoes al montón (fried with garlic); Huécar cold vegetable mousse; or fish "melodies" with potato confit and vegetables. The menú del día (€25 and €36) is a good value.