This is a small restaurant full of bull fighting memorabilia. The staff are extremely helpful and the food is very good. Visited the place on several occasions and was never disappointed. Recommended
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If you want a light breakfast you can get bread with jam and butter almond with excellent coffee and fresh orange juice for 3 Euros. You can have a bigger breakfast if you want. The service was excellent naps well.
The restaurant we had planned to visit was not open by 8.30pm so we wandered into Los Chanquetes. I couldn't say the greeting was warm, especially when the person serving behind the bar and doubling up as food waiter realised we could not speak his...More
We went here for dinner on our last night in Madrid . Small restaurant and bar busy with locals . The advertised menu of the day ( usually for lunch ) was available 9pm. We had 3 courses with wine , 2 glasses each and...More
Everything about our meal was poor. Cheap baguette (you know the kind: paper thin, shiny crust) was hard / stale. My soup tasted like it was made from a can and was unevenly heated (in other words: microwaved). There were even some cold chunks in...More
We were looking for somewhere for sunday lunch and thought Los Chanquetes looked attractive with its checked tablecloths and busy bar. My husband had the house specialty of oxtail which he pronounce delicious. I had the croquettes which were in four different flavours all delicious....More
I was visiting Madrid with my mother and staying locally. Found this place on the internet and visited three times. Two visits were at lunch time when we dined from their 10.50 euros lunchtime menu which was fabulous value. I had a starter, main course,...More
Local small hole-in-the-wall. Cheap price fixed menu (10.50€), although the locals seemed to be eating items not on the menu. Quality of the food: Meh.