During a holiday week-end in Madrid, we've been here for some tapas, suggested by a guide.
The place is very ancient and typical, and crowdy also.
We had a fried cod, very good, a brownie of "morcilla" ( a sort of sausage made of blood), delicious, and manitas de cordero ( lamb's hands) that is absolutely fantastic. Finally dessert: fruit gazpacho, fresh and good, and a chocolate little cake, a little to dry.
To drink: "Tinto de verano", a little to light, we've drunk better ones in Madrid.
Service at the desk was so and so, but when we found two seats the tables waiter was perfect and very friendly. Bill as other ancient tapas bar in Madrid. We Strongly suggest it.
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