We rounded off our concert evening in the nearby La Maestranza theatre with a cheese platter for two with wine at La Bulla. All in all a nice experience. Unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere, lots of locals, friendly and efficient staff.
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Location: While this restaurant is fairly close to the main tourist area, I'd still describe it as being a little off the beaten path. Pretty easy to get to. The place: Like most restaurants in Spain (at least in my experience), the place is small...More
Recommended to us by a Palace Hotel limousine driver for most authentic dishes only made in Madrid, Spain. Should have the hotel concierge make a reservation well in advance as it is a tiny restaurant and a very popular spot for the locals - must...More
I can recommend the beef carpaccio with Harry's Bar sauce. Too much sauce but the beef was great. Did not care for the croquettes or fried calamari. Had trouble cutting the calamari with a knife and could only identify two of the croquet flavors...broccoli and...More
On a recommendation we went to La Bulla for dinner last night. It's a quirky establishment with recycled odd chairs and tables. The atmosphere was good but the service was hit and miss with the staff being a little slow. The food was good quality...More
We were waiting outside Petit Comite for lunch when the chef came out. We said buenas dias and he snarled at us and walked down the street. A few minutes later he came back with vegetables in his had and completely ignored us as he...More
Had a really great lunch at Labulla. Started with a burata salad and then had the rigatoni with duck. Especially the duck was fantastic and accompanied by their very good and cheap local vino tinto made this a great lunch. The open kitchen and the...More
We came here for a late lunch (warning, kitchen closes at 4!) and we were very pleased. As typical in Spain the cerveza is cheaper than the water. We ordered the tuna tartare, the asparagus coated in squid ink with salmarejo and the shrimp salad,...More
A couple of notches above your standard Andalusian fare with lovely staff and comfortable surroundings. We had grilled artichokes and calamari, which were excellent. The selection of croquettes were particularly delicious. The house Albariño is a must.