Madrid's most luxurious and expensive Japanese restaurant is huge and often full of large tour groups. However, it still retains an air of Oriental ... More
Madrid's most luxurious and expensive Japanese restaurant is huge and often full of large tour groups. However, it still retains an air of Oriental calm, even when busy. The interior is elegantly decorated in pure Japanese minimalist style. There's a sushi bar for those on a tighter budget. Portions in the main dining room are meagre compared to other places and the prices are high. You can reserve one of the private dining rooms and there is valet parking available too.
Bullfight fans will feel at home in this friendly and welcoming restaurant bar that is decorated with fading yellow posters
advertising fights gone by. You can choose from a wide variety of tapas with an emphasis on Andalusian specialties ...
This famous Basque restaurant in Casa de Campo specializes in succulent grilled red meats and hearty stews that you eat
with a spoon. The menu also features modern dishes like Warm Cod Salad and Pickled Duck's Liver. For dessert, ...
A long established eatery that has been in business since 1850, Carmencita began with serving typical Madrid specialties, but today
it is more of a bistro producing homemade Basque cuisine. Try the hake croquettes, fried cuttlefish, Madrid style tripe, ...