Good quality food, nice decoration, fresh sea food. I would recommend it for a nice diner or lunch..
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What a gem! This restaurant is formal, but friendly and has delicious seafood and an extensive Iberian meat selection. We enjoyed the food, wine, and by all means, get the chocolate cake for dessert! The menu is a challenge eo read for non-Spanish speakers, but...More
Excellent restaurant, former casa de comidas for the district neighbors, which has evolved into bigger and better things. Ask for the house specialties (chili crab, croquetas, octopus, T-bone, or any of the recommended catch of the day) While they do not have a certified somelier,...More
A small and discrete place, will woo you with multiple small dishes of mostly Spanish fare done in a delicate and sophisticated fashion. You cannot leave the place without having the mollejas (sweetbreads), it is simply fantastic. We had a fabulous experience with the waiter...More
From street looks like any other small restaurant, but superb attention to setup, table setting, service, and menu. Waiters very helpful with description of menu items, attentive. Menu not extensive but with offerings I did not see elsewhere. I was underdressed in shorts, but most...More
Enjoyed dinner on a Saturday night after the theater. We dined in the tapas (more informal) area; there is also a salon for more elaborate meat and fish entres. Our four tapas and desserts were just OK; inventive yet lacking in flavor; service was rushed...More
Fantastic dinner out with friends in Madrid. The shrimp in garlic was fantastic as well as the octopus starter. Our kids had the solomillo and they all cleaned their plates. What a great place to go after a day out in Madrid.