The views are the key selling point at this restaurant (it’s set in a 15th-century palace in Plaza de San Mateo, the town’s highest point). To get the full panorama, you’ll want to dine in Torre de Sande’s lovely terraced garden, if weather permits. As for the food, it’s more Spanish than particularly Extremaduran, but it does have some marvelous specialties from the local cuisine, including boletus con foie (mushrooms with duck liver), solomillo de retinto (succulent local beef), and perdiz a la cantara con salsa (partridge stuffed with liver and truffles in a port wine sauce).