I entered this restaurant for lunch, during a visit to Madrid, attracted by its attractive eclectic decor. I had the ' menu de dia' and was most impressed by the quality of the food, superbly prepared using the best ingredients. The service and treatment by the staff was excellent, and I decided to return during my visit for the 'a la carte' evening menu. I was not disappointed. With a menu that combines traditional Spanish with South American elements, ( the owner told me that the cook was Peruvian) I was impressed with every dish I tried. Particularly outstanding were the wok with quinoa, the tequeños, (fried cheese sticks) and braised octopus with sweet potato and mojo sauce. And the chocolate cake was to die for! Again the service was impecable; the owner very generous, on both occasions treating me to a liqueur and coffee. I will not hesitate to recommend this excellent and appealing restaurant to any friends who are visiting Madrid.
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