Gerardo is a good restaurant. It may get 7 out to 10 points. Bread is excellent, and starters (tapas) excellent. We had two kinds of tapas, anchovies and croquetas (it seems that this is the most difficult word to pronounce in Spanish), and lamb kidneys (strange, isn't it). What it is interesting is that some dishes are priced by the unit, so, you may order 5 anchovies, or 7 croquettes. We ordered for two people 8 anchovies, 4 croquettes, 8 kidneys, although the waiter was pushing for more (6 or 8 kidneys per person, he told us). Water, wine, coffee, 75 euro. Not cheap. Nor expensive.
Surely it is not the best restaurant in Madrid, but you can always give it a try.
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