Nice bar for a drink and some food. The place is full of newspapers from all over the world and it is a quite typical bar from Madrid.
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Wonderful selection of tapas, including the ubiquitous ensaladilla rusa (best in town in our view) and a huge variety of traditional tapas. Great for a quick snack or for longer if you sit at the back where the more comfy seats are (meant for longer...More
We were here for dinner on a Saturday evening. The place was packed and we sat by the door - not the best place, but still OK. The service was rather slow, but very OK considering the number of customers. The personnel was nice and...More
We stopped in this place on the Saturday night we arrived in Madrid. Saturdays are bustling so we felt fortunate to get a table anywhere. The bar was overflowing with people. It was probably our mistake to sit at a table - the menu, although...More
I saw this place Walking Sunday after having a horrible lunch elsewhere and it was packed. I decided to return today and am glad I did. For 11 euros had spaghetti, a breaded veal and delicious homemade real potato fries, and a delicious homemade almond...More
I had dinner here last weekend with a colleague during a business trip. It was my first time in Madrid and I wanted an authentic tapas experience. We went to the right place. It was filled with locals which was a good sign. I requested...More
Absolutely beautifully decorated restaurant that's wonderful to relax and even people watch in. Menu del dia had noticeably small portions (which is a good thing if you wish to lose weight) and definitely wasn't bad, but neither anything to write home about. Prices seem to...More