This splendid restaurant in what appears to be an old sherry warehouse is really the essence of Jerez. House specialties include big cuts of Cantabrian beef roasted over charcoal and served with a variety of sauces, including a reduction of oloroso sherry. Those same searing flames are used for salmon, hake, and sea bass. Some of the prettiest dishes are presentations of white shrimp from Huelva, langostinos (a large prawn) from Sanlúcar, and carabineros (scarlet prawns) baked with oloroso. Many diners simply opt for the five-course sherry pairing menu, where each course comes with a different glass of sherry.