Practically next door to the abstract art museum, this longtime Cuenca favorite features a dining room in one of the last surviving medieval “hanging houses.” In 2014, Michelin-starred chef Manuel de la Osa took over the property and transformed the traditional Castilian menu into a locavore-centered selection of seasonal dishes. The extraordinarily tender lamb tastes of the wild rosemary that the ewes browse on the hillsides. De la Osa’s wine list also features the wines of this corner of Castilla, with an emphasis on powerful Tempranillo-based reds. This is a place to linger over both the food and the views of the river gorge and the surrounding hills. If you’re on a budget, you can enjoy a drink and the view in the street-level tavern.