Several old houses stuffed with antiques make up this fine restaurant and tapas bar. You can enjoy your meal alfresco in the beautiful garden or terrace, or take refuge in the air-conditioned dining room. The menu centers on rich local fare, including game, fish, and spicy Almagro eggplant, a local delicacy. Opt for the full-blown menú de degustación (€50)if you're up for seven savory tapas; the cheaper menú Manchego gastronómico (€30) is a three-course meal of more traditional, regional specialties, including pisto manchego (a La Mancha–style vegetable ratatouille) and ravioli de cordero (lamb-stuffed ravioli). There's also a wine bar, hotel, and spa.