This traditional rotisserie was named for a priest (el Cura) who liked to eat and drink here after visiting his parishioners. Diners sit at immaculate white tables and enjoy genuine Spanish cuisine. The delicious appetizers are strongly recommended, especially the peppers smoked in La Taberna’s wood oven or the prawns served sizzling in a clay bowl. The roast chicken with rosemary and garlic is also a classic. Accompany your meal with specially selected wines or cool cider on tap.