11 euro for fixed lunch menu. Great value. Good food. Great service. We don't speak Spanish but were made very welcome.
We found this little gem on the way back from a walk in Parque El Retiro at lunchtime. The tiles caught our attention and when we saw that the customers seemed to be mostly locals and Spanish, we decided to try it out. We were greeted by a very nice waiter and ordered a liter of the best Sangria we... More
First meal at Madrid and had a real feel of the Spanish food. I don't think this place is too tourist we sew alot of locals. Great food, good services.
Taberna Mariano was a great find for me. It is located a block or so behind the Palace Hotel within walking distance of the Prado Museum. Mariano is small, only about eight tops, so you will have to arrive early to be seated promptly. I ate lunch there on two consecutive days and locals had taken every table by 2... More
A casual place for locals, moderately priced. Excellent peppers (pimientos), either grilled and salted or with that delicious ventresca (tuna). Good boquerones al vinagre, too. My friend speaks for the croquetas, which I personally have never much cared for. But she says they're good. House wines are reasonably priced and perfectly fine, and the gruff but welcoming patron and his... More
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