Meat lovers should really try a good Spanish asador (roasting spit) during their stay. El Molino ("The Windmill") is popular with Spanish families and wedding groups for its location next to Parque del Oeste and the park’s centerpiece attraction, the Templo de Debod, an Egyptian temple saved from the rising waters of the Aswan High Dam project. But let’s get to the food—hearty meals of duck, chicken, beef and game birds. A high point is a dish from Segovia called cochinillo, suckling pig with a sweet crackly skin and super-tender flesh. The décor makes you feel like you’re in an old-style hacienda. Reservations required.