The service is always cheerful at this small family-run restaurant in a cozy stone house just off the N110 in the village of Jerte. There's a tapas bar and a dining room out back. House specialties include gazpacho, cabrito (suckling goat), and local trout from the Jerte River. The homemade, regional desserts are outstanding, with many featuring the Jerte Valley's famed cherries; opt for the tarta de cerezas (cherry tart) or the queso fresco de cabra con miel de cerezo (goat cheese topped with cherry-flavored honey). There's also an ancient and wonderful wine cellar.