This restaurant is located in an old, stately mansion with two large halls holding more than a hundred diners each. It is rustic in decor, with whitewashed walls and portraits of famous local bullfighters. If you're looking for a lot of roast meat, fish and fresh seafood options on the menu, then this is the right place. Some of the restaurant's most popular dishes include beans with clams or the alubias charras, beans with pig's ears and tail. For iron-cast stomachs, try the lomo Salsa Diabla (pork loin covered in a sauce made with tabasco, pickles, vinegar and Perrin's sauce), though you have been warned. A healthy and tasty dessert option is the Posada, a cup of flan ice-cream with fruit salad on top. Reservations are an absolute must on weekends.
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