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“One of the best places to eat a very typical Madrid dish: "Cocido Madrileño"”

Taberna de la Daniela Goya
Ranked #1,606 of 11,808 Restaurants in Madrid
Price range: $19 - $39
Cuisines: Spanish
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Good for: Local cuisine, Business meetings
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations
Neighborhood: Barrio de Salamanca
Description: "With its traditional zinc-top bar and wall tiles, this much-loved Castizo taberna is among the very best Madrileño eating spots for enjoying cocido. The chef even includes a junior version (cocido pequeño) on his menú infantil. The great seafood specialties here are bacalao pil pil (Basque cod in a spicy green sauce) and besugo la madrileño besugo (or sea bream), being the most highly esteemed fish in the capital due to its exquisite flavor. Other homemade dishes include sopa de fideos (noodle soup) and huesos de tuétano (marrow bone). The dining area, set back beside pillars from the tapas bar, is quiet and relaxing, and the service is friendly." -Zagat
Reviewed November 6, 2012

An excellent place to go try what is probably the best-known dish from Madrid: the "Cocido Madrileño". It is a full meal consisting of a soup, and followed by several kinds of meat, vegetables, potatoes, garbanzo beans, all served with a choice of different sauces or dressings. This is a dish that all Madrileños eat at home with some frequency, and that is always a special treat. Its elaboration is quite elaborate, so it is not offered but in some restaurants, or as the special of the day, perhaps only once a week in some venues. Recommended as an experience when you visit Madrid, and this is one of the few restaurants where "Cocido" is offered daily, among many other local dishes.

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Reviewed June 22, 2012

A great stop for late night tapas; one of my favorites from the trip. Lively atmosphere in a beautiful setting with fantastic blue and white tiles- a favorite.

We enjoyed a good selection of tapas, and the suggestions from staff were spot on. Yum!

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Reviewed June 21, 2012

This is a restaurant where everibody eats the specialty of the house, the "cocido". You have to have great hunger to be able to deal with it

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Reviewed June 10, 2012

It's also right behind the Westin Palace, where we were staying. A great first stop on our tapas tour of Madrid. The cod fritters on a bed of caramelized onion were also exceptional.

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Reviewed May 13, 2012

The first time we walked by this place on a Sat we didn't go in because it was packed (which gave us a hint that it was probably good). We went back during the week and had the Cocido - it was very good, tasty and well served. The atmosphere is very traditional and pretty. The sangria was great too!

Thank Daniella S
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