As I came in I was instantly asked what I wanted. Service was fast. I ordered a pan tumaca which is tomato sauce olive oil with salt and also a café con leche which is a coffee with milk. It cost 3.40euros. Totally enjoyed it...More
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Locates near the train station and on plaza beside modern art museum, this place is a bit higher priced and perhaps targeting tourists. But it was just what we needed after our long flight before we went to see the art! Daughter had a calamares...More
Went there twice, sat at the bar and was served straight away. Great calamari sandwich, but specify which size you want first. Good coffee , nice cold beer, churro and chocolate was great, vermouth on tap as well, friendly old guys , as a few...More
I know the reviews are not good but we had 2 drinks, 2 calamari bocadillos and they were spot on, the place was full to capacity and for a quick refuel we loved it.
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