I was expecting to eat paella considering a typical Spanish food but they don't cook it. Nevertheless, the waiter who served treated us incredibly well and you could have quite good and at a honest price some old Spanish meals.
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I was in this restaurant with a friend of mine. The food is homemade typical from Castilla. We had a great ham, croquetas, albondigas y arroz con leche. The staff is very nice . Is in the hearth of Madrid i will recommend for a...More
I have eaten in this restaurant many times and it always surprises me with beautiful traditional food. The fishballs are absolutely outstanding as well as the ox tail. The service is the best in Madrid, they look after you as if you were at home....More
This was on Eater 38's list in Madrid and provides home-style Spanish at great prices. The service was great and the place was packed with bullfighting history. This is definitely a great place for excellent Spanish food at good prices.
Truly wonderful dinner experiences. We ate enjoyed two delightful meals here during a week in Madrid. This "traditional" Spanish restaurant is staffed by experienced and efficient waiters who only speak a little English but were charming in guiding us through the menu, which has helpful...More
Recommended by a Spanish friend for our last night in Madrid, we had an excellent meal here. Traditionally prepared Oxtail and Merluza dishes, tender and full of flavor. Bea, the restaurant owner, was gracious and attentive and shared with us the history of this restaurant...More
We found this restaurant on a website. It was a great find!! We ordered the prix fixe. We started the lentil soup. It was a generous portion. Rich and fragrant! Then we had the peppers and minced meat. It had a real kick. We were...More
Juan was a wonderful waiter. We drank some wonderful Spanish wine and tasted a few traditional dishes. We loved viewing the matador bull fighting paintings and photos. Our favorite dish was the oxtail followed by the veal meatballs. A fun family evening.
A small traditional restaurant, this is not a place that is made for tourists. It is an authentic Spanish restaurant with great cuisine and service. Our waiter Fernando was very helpful, he recommended a great bottle of Rioja. We tried the tortilla de patatas, the...More