This was a cute little restaurant with unique tapas. Good for seafood and decent prices. We went early so I don't know how the service is when it's full, but we had good service.
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Went today for a late lunch: the waitress was super friendly and the food is typical and particular but also served in abundant amounts; among other things we ordered a fish risotto that came in the pot they used to cook it and the portion...More
In spite of we couldn't have the table we desireded, we spent a great time in a square table ordering typical galician dishies such as pimientos de padron, and pulpo a la gallega. We have missed the queimada perfomance, but we hope to join it...More
The food here is delightful, and the menu is filled with Galician favorites including hard to find specialty Galician cheese. There are also several vegetarian items on the menu. The piminitos de padron are to die for here, have not had as good outside of...More
this Taberna and its sister tabernacle round the corner on the Calle de Jesús, offer great food, good value for money, informal atmosphere and friendly staff. The tabas (a ration of something laid out on a wooden board) are excellent and if you like seafood...More
We found this place a couple years ago and it immediately became a place that we visit when we are in Madrid. It opens at 9 p.m. The decor with the menus on wooden discs (traditional also available) and the wooden stools make you feel...More
After a cold day in Madrid a meal at the Taberna Maceira was an excellent restorative. The food is hearty and simple served in generous portions and accompanied with some beautiful crusty bread. No wine list to speak of but the wine by the glass...More