In Casa Pedro you can taste the typical cuisine of the area, with the best ingredients and their unique preparations hints as to their identity. They have two ample dining rooms available to taste their best delicacies, one of them exterior with spectacular views of the Valle del Segura, and the other presided over by a grand chimney. Both are decorated with typical antiques of the area, lending them a rustic and traditional touch.
Among their dishes, some to mention are gazpacho manchego (Manchegan style cold tomato soup), andrajos (traditional stew), carne de caza (game meats), and, of course, las migas (fried breadcrumbs), with caldo valiente (traditional broth), pimientos (peppers), sardinas saladas (salted sardines), tocino de cerdo (thick-cut bacon), tajadillas (fried pork rinds), chorizo, morcilla (blood sausage), y melón all of which pairs well with a good wine. They also offer diverse dessert selections such as hojuelas (“flakes”) a fried pastry typical of Yeste, el tocino de cielo (similar to flan), natillas (custard), arroz con leche and flan casero (home-made flan), accompanied with an after-dinner digestive such as licor de café, orujo con miel, mistela or zurracapote, all from the region.