The kitchen in this small but stalwart stone town house overlooking the trout-infested Baztán River turns out excellent Basque fare, with a Navarran emphasis on vegetables. Try the txuritabel (roast lamb with a special stuffing of egg and vegetables), which is best in the spring (though available year-round), or txuleta de ternera (grass-fed veal raised in the valley), good any time of year. Brocheta de rape y langostinos (monkfish and king prawns
served on skewers) is another favorite here; the desserts feature delicious homemade cuajada (custard).
Calle Santiago 1, Elizondo, 31700, Spain