Food and drink
The food here is all about traditional Spanish cooking with a light, contemporary touch. We usually have the prawn croquettes and tempura vegetables to start with. For main course, I like the gilthead bream baked in salt, but often have the free-range eggs with Iberian ham. I'd also recommend the pork with Idiazabal cheese sauce and the sirloin with foie and a Port reduction.
This is the kind of place where people linger over dinner.
Knowledgeable and effiicent without being too formal about it.
At the San Bernardo end of Calle Malasana. Plenty of bars nearby for that last drink.
Starters are between 8.50 and 15 euros. Mains 11.60-23.80 euros. Desserts are 4.90 euros.
- Business travellers
- Special occasions