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I ate at Sobrino de Botin in 1975. I asked if it was possible to buy the sangria pitcher, but the maître de went to find out and didn't come back. My friend and I each walked out with a pitcher … without paying for...More
Read mixed reviews about Botin but decided to go ahead with the reservation as their suckling pig is one of the best rated in Madrid! I must say the experience has been excellent!
We were given a table in the basement which is truly unique...More
Arrived for 8pm, took to a table upstairs very tight in one corner, not best seating area or the biggest table for 4 people, was a bit of a squash. Place is very traditional which was nice. Took a while to serve, waiter not that...More
I have been visiting Botins for years with family , friends and solo and have always given hight ratings until now. This last visit was very disappointing and, frankly, poor. It felt like a tourist conveyor belt ! Items simply placed on table for you...More
Went with my wife and another couple out of interest in Hemmingway. Food excellent. I had the legendary suckling pig and my wife's hake was also excellent. It was very busy. Staff were a bit blunt but very efficient.
0/10 ... they you should try the pork in Guavate PR. Pork is pre cooked. An insult to the baby animals. Try Jose Maria in segovia for lechoncillo. “Tourist Trap” it claimed to be the “oldest” of the world they are right “botin” needs serious...More
Four of us went there on 29/07/2019. The food was less than average. The communication with staff was minimal. The wine was not great. It was overpriced. The good thing was there was no crazy music as there is in other Madrileño restaurants.
We ended up eating there 2/3 nights in Madrid. The original draw was the fact that it is the oldest restaurant in the world, with an oven used from 1725. The pig suckling was delicious and the strawberries with cream were divine. But the reason...More
According to Guinness book of world records, this is the oldest restaurant on the planet. The food is truly Ibéric and the establishment old and genuinely authentic. Good service but slightly over priced. The suckling pig was very good as was the roast lamb
We were recommended this restaurant by our hotel concierge. The food is homely, generous in portions but lacked the essential flavour of Spain we were hoping to enjoy, My roast chicken was basic, and my husband’s roast pork was dry and lacked the succulence of...More
Hi it is open for lunch we went here for lunch and loved it, please note that you need to book this restaurant in advance because it's very popular you can visit the website for this restaurant and book a slot time it's very... More
Hi it is open for lunch we went here for lunch and loved it, please note that you need to book this restaurant in advance because it's very popular you can visit the website for this restaurant and book a slot time it's very easy and they will email you back to confirm all very reassuring, it really is charming and lively place to eat but make sure you mention you want cellar table not upstairs it's by far the nicer part of the restaurant for photos and the wine cellar down a floor from cellar restaurant.
Enjoy it we loved it, we had suckling pig and the Lamb both fantastic.
Response from Ricardo R | Reviewed this property |
We had made a reservation for eight people and when we showed up at the restaurant, our table was ready. One of the members in my party was in charge of making the reservation and since he was staying at the Westin Palace... More
We had made a reservation for eight people and when we showed up at the restaurant, our table was ready. One of the members in my party was in charge of making the reservation and since he was staying at the Westin Palace Madrid, I bet he did it through the concierge. Concierges have many special ways to connect with many places because they are always calling for reservations and they might have priority.
Response from arturosbaja | Reviewed this property |
It depends on how much wine you have; but a good dinner with one appetizer, two entrees, one bottle of wine and desert would range around 100 Euros. It is worth it!
We had the Cochinillo it was excellent.