2 Best Restaurants in Ronda, Andalusia

Entre Vinos

$ Fodor's choice

Just off the main road opposite the Hotel Colón, this small and cozy bar has established itself as one of Ronda's best for tapas, wine, and artisan beer. Local Ronda wines are a specialty here—in fact, they're the only ones available, although with more than 100 on the wine list, you'll be spoiled for choice; ask the waiter for recommendations and which tapas to pair them with. Tapas (from €2) include fideos negros con chipirones y alioli (black noodles with baby squid and garlic sauce) and a mini beef burger with foie gras. This atmospheric place with wood-paneled barrel ceiling and wine bottles lining the walls is popular and fills up quickly, so arrive early (1:30 pm or 8 pm) to get a seat.

Calle Pozo 2, Ronda, 29400, Spain
Known For
  • Ronda wines
  • gourmet tapas
  • bodega (winery) atmosphere
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon.

Pedro Romero


Named for the father of modern bullfighting, this restaurant opposite the bullring is packed with bullfight paraphernalia and photos of previous diners who include Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles. Mounted bulls' heads peer down at you as you eat choricitos al vino blanco de Ronda (small sausages in Ronda white wine), rabo de toro Pedro Romero (slow-cooked oxtail stew with herbs), or pâté de perdiz (partridge).

Calle Virgen de la Paz 18, Ronda, 29400, Spain
Known For
  • traditional Ronda cooking
  • bullfighting decor
  • friendly service
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: No dinner Sun.