A friendly experience in the heart of The Cheuca area in Madrid, good choice from a well priced menu, fast service, good food and excellent cocktails !!
We loved it. We liked the drinks and food and the staff really worked hard and were very nice. We do speak Spanish though. It was crowded and busy so without Spanish one could feel lost. They did have some menus in English. If you can't speak Spanish, go only if it's not slammed with people and I'm sure the... More
Good value meal, uner €10 for 3 courses, a STEAL! Food was average, though the lentil soup was very filling. Staff were nice enough, and it is very busy....espescially with old people who live nearby before the renovation of Chuecha with mostly Gay residents. Main turn off was the place was dirty. The floors, tables, and walls need a good... More
Here you buy meny of the day 3 courses for Euro 9,90. You have several things to choose from the food is very good. If you don't need to sitt in a fancy restaurant try this a sideroad to Gran Via: C/Hortaleza, Tlf: 0034915315813
Two of us ate 3 courses with bread and half a bottle of wine each for less than 10 Euros each on the Menu del Dia. Fantastic value for eating near the heart of a capital city.
We were very pleased by the quality of the dishes and the reasonable price of the set course. There are two locations, directly across the street from one another, and we were in the secondary one, which has a funky plasticky look with lots of orange. Not very romantic and cosy, but fun. (I don't know what the main location's... More
This would be a definite return visit ate here twice from a set menu which was great value, simple well cooked food and nice service. Jose the barman was very pleasant and helpful as were the rest of the team. Saturday night saw locals queing for a table which is always a good sign. Easy to find just off the... More
very authentic place, in heart of the city. staff don't really speak english but there is an english menu, and there is a vegetarian menu too (rare in madrid!). quite reasonable prices.
We ate at a restaurant recommended by a local in the centre of Madrid, a trendy area in between Chueca and Malasania. It was traditional Spanish food at an excellent price, and the staff were relaxed and friendly. For under 10 pounds we ate starter, main and dessert. I was very impressed by the choice of desserts; the chocolate brownie... More
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