The prices are very high, and the food its normal. The waiters até very slow. Dont recommend this place at all.
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We should have known better than to choose somewhere so close to the station - bit of a captive audience but with lots of luggage and a long wait for left luggage we were stuck with needing to find somewhere close to the station. Food...More
The place has a Katz's via Madrid sort of aesthetic that makes it quite fun, but the food doesn't match the vibe. Solid fried calamari sandwich, but nothing else to really write home about. Get a mini baguette for a quick snack, but wouldn't stay...More
Upon leaving the Sofia Reina we spotted El Brillante, the first restaurant on the street next to the museum. A sign in the window stated Take Away and so we assumed it was just a make and take it kind of place. We stepped in...More
They say that you can't leave Madrid without stopping at El Brillante. I certainly agree. The calamari sandwich tastes especially good with a cold beer, but it's nothing truly exceptional. It's more an experience than a fine meal. Se dice que no se puede marchar...More
Although expensive El Brillante is a nice restaurant close to Atocha train station offering good quality Spanish dishes and a nice array of drinks. The staff are functional if not overly friendly. Nice place.
Classic Madrid tavern, being classic doesn't means nit or fancy. Best place for having the famous calamari sandwich! Order half of the bocata, the complete one is huge! Great experience under the concept of being a classic spot with the same service since the first...More
Sat at the Reina Sofia side and did not appreciate the large cafe on the other side. Waited ages to be served by a very grumpy waiter. All 4 of us opted for a burger for our lunch. Absolutely terrible - very thin, grey coloured...More