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We love traveling and in our trips our first question to our driver and the people at the hotel is for a good restaurant in town. Lhardy was the most recommended place in our visit to Madrid unanimously. We always find good restaurants in our...More
This place has a long tradition and it looks the same (and great) for ages.
Whether you come just for tapas and a cup of soup or gazpacho, a cake or a lunch/dinner in the restaurant, you won’t regret. The energy and the spirit of...More
I booked this through recommendation (!). The front of house at our hotel said "have you booked?". Yes we have. The doorman at the restaurant said "have you booked". He gestured roughly towards a door. The waiter in the restaurant said "have you booked".
A few steps from SOL, is this beautiful place that opened its doors in the decade of the 30th century XIX. Upon entering you will breathe a delicious aroma of Spanish pastry as well as coffee:
it is essential that you observe the shop preserved...More
Visit Lhardy, essentially for its elegant nineteenth century ambience. That it has in buckets with white cloths, period furniture, and waiters in formal dress. However, the Octopus Brandade which was very tasty. It is also quite expensive which might explain why on a Saturday evening,...More
This is one of the oldest and most historic restaurants in Madrid.
The main dining room is splendour of the royal and imperial style. Take time to look at the furnishings particularly the silverware.
The service is superb whilst the food from a reasonably extensive...More
I read a lot of reviews and decided we needed to try this for ourselves. If you are in Madrid spend one evening here,we went on a quiet night and there weren’t many diners there. The food was really, I mean really good. If your...More
Didn’t realise this was a restaurant too.
We popped in for a very reasonable coffee and a slice of Jason quiche which was
Lacking in Jamon, but otherwise would have been superb.
Lovely interior and feel.
Would call again for coffee