Cool little bar near Lavapies Metro station. Lively atmosphere with really cheap food and drink! The décor respects the bar's origins (opened in 1902) but remains Cosy and welcoming.
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Recommended by our walking tour guide, we stopped in, had some drinks and their molten chocolate cake. It was quiet and classy and friendly. I loved it.
Setting was cool, somewhat worn, but that added to the charm Staff slightly non plussed, but hey, this is Europe ;-) Service attentive, bar food fresh and tasty. Estafada fantastic Polpo - perhaps a little heavy on the paprika.. but great nonetheless
We arrived about 10.30pm, showed straight to a table. The service was quick & efficient, the restaurant was busy but our food showed up in good time. Really friendly cafe. The food was also very nice.
This used to be a thriving place. But it has deteriorated. I visited it every day over the past three days hoping it would get better. Every time, ti visited the place was almost deserted (last year, every table would've been taken; you were lucky...More
Somewhat dilapidated but in a sort of chic and cool sort of way and very chaotic - needed a couple more waiting staff - but decent coffee (not great but good) and decent eclectic vibe. Worth a stop. Just.
Lavapies is a vibrant, multi cultural part of Madrid it's lively at all hours of the night and day. Cafe Barbieri is a calm respite in the midst of all the action outside. The decor reminded me of a French cafe and the service was...More
This is an Old cafe bar buitl in 1902 and set in the Lavapies district of Madrid, the building is impressive however the welcome is cold and very much favours locals over tourists. Poor service and a chilly welcome not a great visit