We ate here twice during our 10 days in Madrid. Both times we sat right out front to enjoy the plaza. The first time, we went for dinner, and it was great. My wife and I enjoyed both types of croquettes they had, then shared the Butternut Squash Ravioli, which I really enjoyed. We returned a few days later, on a Sunday afternoon after wandering around El Rastro. We had the jamon croquettes again, they are delicious. Then we shared the Burrata with pickled pimentos, tomatoes and citrus vinaigrette. I kid you not, this was the single best plate of food we had in Madrid. The waitstaff speaks little English, but enough to get by. Reasonably priced and highly recommended.
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