Third visit to Madrid and only now taking the opportunity of dining here. Can’t say I’ll go out of my way again but glad of the experience. A Monday evening with no reservation arriving at 820pm having read on previous reviews they open at 8pm. The place was full on the tables we could see and could hear bustling busy chatter from other areas but we were taken very quickly and given a table off the kitchen, which to be honest I think may be for those without reservations and has only five tables in it. It was rustic and full of olde world charm. The food was decent, my husband had the suckling pig (which appeared to be most people’s option) I had chicken with almond sauce. Both were decent as I mentioned but not the most amazing meal we’ve ever had. The wine was reasonably priced at €24 a bottle or the house wine was €18.95. Attending the toilets upstairs gave us an opportunity to view the rest of the building and its charms. When leaving just around 9.50pm the queues were insane but then as I noted , it was a dining experience. You get to keep the menu as a souvenir.
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