A typical Madrid tavern-cum-restaurant that serves excellent grilled meats cooked over a barbecue burning Mediterranean oak wood for an extra-special flavor. The manager is Argentine, hence the grilled meats. But the chef is Basque, so you can expect specialties like anchovies A la Bilbaína (served hot with vinegar and garlic), sea bream, sea bass, anchovy and baby lettuce salad or tuna steaks with spicy Piquillo red peppers. The private dining room downstairs in the basement retains a surprising historical treasure - remains of the old city walls dating from 1085.
- Feature: Business Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, diners
- Nearest Train: La Latina