If it weren't for the cell-phone tower looming next to this country restaurant 11 km (7 miles) north of Antequera, you might think you'd stumbled into an 18th-century scene. Popular dishes include porra antequerana (a thick gazpacho topped with diced ham) and a giant flamenquín (a rolled and breaded fillet of pork and ham). There are more innovative dishes here as well, like Moroccan-style chicken and arroz cremoso (creamy rice) with pork loin and asparagus. The restaurant's a popular Sunday lunch spot for hungry malagueños in the winter months (in summer they head for the beach). While you're there visit the museum, filled with antiques and agricultural implements.