I went to this restaurant with a group of retired friends. I called ahead of time to ask about the lunch specials. I told them there were 23 of us. We got there and they did have a room fir the group. But some of...More
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Went to this restaurant with high expectations about their food! The mojito had no taste. The cocido madrileño (soup / Madrid) was a common soup, lot of carrots, potatoes and kind of chorizo.. Nothing like real Cocido Madrileño.. Also, ordered buñuelos de bacalao (cod croquettes)......More
Open Friday & Saturday evenings. Very good local fare with wines to match. The also have a Discotech that starts at 8pm til 2am
Old school small but elegant dinning room. Friendly and attentive service. Food is well prepared and the selections on wine is good. Went back for lunch but they appeared to be very behind on service so we didn't stay.
We stopped in about 6pm for a drink and apps, and sat in the bar area. We shared the calamari (today's was mahi mahi). It was mixed with mangoes with plantain chips and really good. We also shared the cheese/meat platter that came with proscuitto,...More
Went for lunch and order" a la carte", for they also had a small buffet with a very reasonable price. They have a very good service and as said before a very good ambiance the food is very good, we order the most expensive plate...More
We are visiting from Chicago, Il and just had dinner at Lenel Restaurant and we loved it! This place has a wonderful ambiance and Eddie was a fantastic server! We ordered the Ribeye Steak (cooked medium) with Arroz Risotto and the Fillete de el Dorado...More