On most nights during our stay in Madrid we ate tapas, but decided to give Sobrino de Botin a try after reading some reviews. We didn't have reservations and the restaurant was crowded but we were seated immediately at an upstairs table. Our waiter was outstanding, being helpful with the menu and attentive. We had croquettes as a starter, grilled sole and the roast suckling pig. The meals were served promptly but were only slightly better than average. But combined with the ambiance and the service, I've given four stars.
The guide books say it's a bit touristy, and they're right. But if you have a few nights in Madrid, it's worh consideration.
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