Beside the wonderful artichokes and the good meat, we appreciated the warm service and the useful advices about the size of the portions.
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This was my first time. The seating area in the front is small and if completely would be tight. There is more seating upstairs which I didn’t see. But the decorations are very well done. Three of us shared the artichoke flowers, fried octopus with...More
We introduced ourselves to Madrid cuisine by making this restaurant our first stop. It wasn’t planned. We happened to be at the Mercado de San Miguel on a Saturday which was packed and we were looking more for a full plate of food as it...More
Charming place in a nice neighbourhood of Madrid. The food is excellent, traditional dishes well served and almost too copious. The artichoke is a must but the squids and the different meat dishes were all perfect. Reservations are recommended because it is very busy.
The artichokes were terrific, but no instructions were given to people who didn’t know how to eat them, and no spoon was provided for customers to remove the “choke” part before eating the artichoke’s heart. We had a pasta salad, although it was explained that...More
This is, by far, our favorite restaurant in Madrid, and we keep coming back every time we are in town. In more than twenty times dining here (and at the old location a couple of blocks away) I have never had anything except exceptional food....More
There were 4 of us that went to the restaurant after hearing about it from other travelers. I had the octopus, very tender, and the others had the fish soup which they said was very good. I am sorry that I did not record the...More
I went here with my mother who came to visit and we both loved it.The artochokes were amazing,and the fish too. Quite expensive but worth it! The fish were fresh and cooked perfectly. I would really recommend it if you are looking for a place...More
Artichoke flowers, Sauvignon blanc white wine, and steak was great. Wok vegetables with prawns was unfortunately only okay (vegetables were soft-boiled instead of crisp and prawns tasted a bit "sandy"). However, staff was very friendly. I would definitely recommend to go there for the artichokes...More