Great location, nice food, good choice of Spenish Wines.The pleasant staff, menus translated into English; IIf you enjoy red (tinto) wine, try one from Duero with bulls' tail.
Casa Alberto is always noisy, busy and full of people! But the food is amazing, the "vermut" is great, the service is friendly and the bill is never a shock. Fight your way in the door, get a table and settle in - it never disappoints!
Great food, well priced with superb service. It was a late meal (by my standards at least)...the staff were very pleasant and the food was very good. For central Madrid...the prices were very good. Stumbled across this place by chance...whilst wandering around from Plaza de Sol.
We chanced upon this place which drew the eye because of its old, slightly unkempt facade. Inside there are remains of older world charm and the waiters wear white jackets and black ties in keeping with days past. Clientele comprised of young and old, tourists and locals. The food is simple and well prepared. The wine list does little to... More
Had lunch here in the rather small back dining room based on the recommendation of a Madrid native friend of a friend. Seemed to be full of locals. Waiters in white coats appeared to know everyone (except us, of course). Older mother dining with her daughter. Three men having a business lunch. Two older guys chilling with a brandy after... More
In an era of increasing fast food outlets in this area (shame to see the number of taps bars that have closed down in this area in recent years) Casa Alberto remains as popular as ever and appeals to a wide variety of visitors. Over the years of visiting this bar I have never been able to sit down, had... More
Even you do not eat here then please visit for the best Vermouth in Madrid. Their renowned "Vermout Grigio" is refreshing and excellent value at 2 euros a glass. The food is probably more traditional Spanish with dishes such as Snails, Sweetbreads etc on the menu. The restaurant is very traditional and is just one minutes walk from Plaza Santa... More
we had high expectations for casa alberto after reading reviews here and on chowhound; however, we were terribly disappointed by everything we ordered; it was the worst meal we have had in memory.
Went here for tapas prior to a flamenco show and we weren't disappointed. Small place but wonderfully bustling and busy, certainly felt like we'd stumbled on a Madrid jewel. Food was as recommended by the waiter, who was superb. The food was delicious and generous. Best place we visited in the 4 day trip.
Really friendly owners and great, warmly welcoming service. Good food, big portions, maybe even too big if you took the starters as well. The sorbet dessert came surprisigly as foam in a champagne glass; nice thought though I would have preferred the icecream-like thing. We had a business dinner with about 10 persons in the table, and the waiter surprised... More
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