Wandering around and saw this restaurant after finding the one I had planed to eat at was closed for holidays . It had just opened for lunch at 1.30 I resisted the menu of the day which looked really good, all the other diners (all Portuguese) went for it.
I started with squid fried in batter, calarmari a la romana. This was lovely but such a large pottion I couldn't finish it. My main was fish "meatballs", albodigas de mero (mero is grouper). I think the balls had some pork mixed with the fish. It was unusal and very tasty. All the other diners had house wine in carafes, we had a bottle of Rueda which was excellent.
This was not only a very good meal but also the cheapest I had in Madrid.
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