Across the square from the Museo Municipal, El Angelote is one of Antequera's most popular, well-established restaurants. Kick-start your appetite with a glass of fino (sherry) at the traditional L-shape bar, then head to one of the two wood-beam dining rooms in back, which fill up fast at lunchtime. The menu is solidly traditional and includes local specialties like porrilla de setas (wild mushrooms in an almond-and-wine sauce) or perdiz hortelana
(stewed partridge). Antequera's typical dessert is bienmesabe (literally, "tastes good to me"), a delicious concoction of almonds, chocolate, and apple custard.
Pl. Coso Viejo, s/n, Antequera, 29200, Spain