Creative interior, quick and friendly service and very nice and innovative tapas. I highly recommend and is worth a detour.
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Went there couple of times and I just love the way they do the artichokes! The place is nice and modern, and I recommend you to make a reservation. Some tables are not well located and the upper level is always very, very noisy. If...More
My son told me to go there since the restaurant La Gabinoteca had a good review in the Guardian. We arrived in noisy very busy restaurant. Our table was at the first floor. It took a little while before the very friendly and busy waiter...More
We found this place by chance walking around the neighborhood and it seemed to hopping with locals so we walked in. They were filled but were able to squeeze us in at a communal table. It's a very hip, lively space with good ambience. We...More
Good food and nice atmosphere in a quiet neighborhood in Madrid. Service was quick except when it was not (it was really hot and we were a couple of time waiting for our drinks). Dishes are tasty but also small: the meat one (solomillo) is...More
The place has a great atmosphere for a friday night. Tables were full, music was good and decoration was on point! The food was delicious. Order the burrata with truffle. The croquetas were ok - nothing special. The raw tuna was in a delicious sauce....More
This was great. We were with local friends, who handled the ordering for us, and we enjoyed a much more interesting selection of tapas than the 'standards.' Particularly interesting was a kind of truffle cream, and some delicious hake.
My wife and I ate here on our first night on our most recent trip to Madrid. We had booked ahead for 9PM and the place was already bustling when we arrived. We were shown to our table and the waiter explained the format of...More