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Loved this little Tapas bar. We returned twice on our visit to Madrid as the food was amazing and reasonably priced too. Staff were welcoming and friendly and we loved the quirky decor and atmosphere. Would definitely recommend this place when in Madrid!
Was lucky to get a table - this place is popular and for good reason. Arrived at 8pm and by 9pm (early in Spanish time) it was packed.
Service was excellent - super friendly and great recommendations. We enjoyed every dish and it’s very reasonable,...great vibe, trendy.More
We enjoyed a fantastic evening at La Musa. There is nothing that could have been better! We followed the recommendation of the friendly waitress and everything was super tasty. Our favorite was definitely the Brioche de Steak Tatar.
This place is highly recommended and deserves...more then 5 stars.
Hopefully see you next time.More
The tapas degustation was very good, very close to perfection. Nice environment and employees we're also very kind. It's possible for those who don't eat meet to have this tapas (only two of them were with porc or cow meet).
I visited based on a recommendation and that La Musa was only a couple of minutes from my hotel.
On a Friday night, I knew to arrive before 8 and at 7:30 it was almost full. I took a seat at the bar and noticed...they have a good selection of draft beers and specialty cocktails as well smoothies.
I started with the Fried Green tomatoes. Just the right amount of crust and the fig jam and goat cheese brought it all together. Next Tapas course was the Baked Cauliflower. Excellent with the sesame yogurt sauce & Pomegranates taking it to the next level. Last course was the Calamari. A bit too much breading for me so just ok although the Wasabi dip was very good.
By 8, it was packed with upbeat music playing, enhancing the lively/hip atmosphere.
Great spot for having a drink and of course the Tapas are amazing all brought together with excellent service.More
Response from FayeInAmsterdam | Reviewed this property |
this is a modern tapas place, food is great, also options for vegetarian and vegan, but not halal option yet. Please check online for halal cafes and restaurants, you will find a couple, have fun!