This little, white-tableclothed restaurant in the Chamberi neighborhood of Madrid brought me back to Pontevedra, or one of the other great little towns in rias baixas. Our group started off by sharing grilled artichokes, fried squid rings, and the never to be missed pulpo a feira (spiced octopus over potatoes), all washed down with a tasty albariño. For main course we all ordered fish and I was certainly not disappointed with the supremely prepared turbot (rodaballo). For dessert, we shared some creme-filled crepes, which were delectable. As is customary, we finished the evening by consuming too much orujo! This restaurant is a nice change of pace if you want an excellent quiet meal. Definitely worth a repeat visit!
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