Had dinner here tonight.
Classic Spanish décor and very polite and attentive service.
They have an asador, so the house speciality is cordero asado, so, as they say " A donde fueres, haz lo que vieres".
As we have noticed with many establishments this year, they padded the bill, which never happened on any of our many previous stays in Madrid over the years.
The recommended house wine we ordered (a Marques de Riscal blanco ) was listed as 11,50, but when the bill arrived we were charged 16,00 euros.
The other night we were charged for three coffees instead of 2, (not here) which is quite noticeable when there are only 2 of you!
Perhaps it is just a sign of the times.
It niggles, but it doesn't seem worth haggling over, we just simply adjust our tip accordingly!
There was nothing wrong with the meal, but nothing to get excited about, either.
One gazpacho, the lamb for 2 (42,00) water, wine, 2 sorbets (6,80 each) and coffee came to 94,00 euros.
It ticked the box of eating in a traditional Spanish posada.
I have discovered some much more interesting and less advertised places this year, such as La Mi Venta, where I had one of the best meals of all my trips to Madrid so far!
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