calle de Manuel Fernández y González, 11, Madrid 28014
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Contact:+34 91 429 5833
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:30 PM to 04:00 PM,Mo to Su from 07:30 PM to 12:00 AM
There are two La Trucha's in Madrid (the other is located on Núñez de Arce, 6); each offers an authentic taste ... More
There are two La Trucha's in Madrid (the other is located on Núñez de Arce, 6); each offers an authentic taste of Andalusia. You are surrounded by the typical colored ceramic tiles and wrought-iron window grilles. As for the food, you´ll find all the favorite southern tapas on offer along with the house specialty, fresh trout. Don´t miss the mixed fried Mediterranean fish, Pescaíto or the Asparagus Omelet or the selection of canapes. The clientele is an interesting combination of tourists, bullfighters, footballers, and TV personalities in here.
Wonderful informal atmosphere with very good food and pleasant staff. Try their stuffed mussels, garlic prawns and croquettes. All to die for! We only ate tapas but the restaurant areas also looked good and were busy.
La Trucha is hard to find and hard to forget. I lived in Madrid for two years and would go whenever i had an excuse. The food is typical Madrid fare. The price is reasonable, the help friendly in a Madrid/Spanish kind of way. The bar is cozy and the trigueros (baby asparagus, no it's good, really) and berenjenas (fried eggplant) are to die for.
Cannot recommend it enough - what a fabulous place to have tapas in Madrid. Don't be put off by it's business - it is very popular with Madrile�os, but it's perfectly acceptable to stand around the bar area, and the staff are very helpful, even if you can only point! I'm a vegetarian so can't comment on the meat, but the patatas fritas and pimientos de padron are exquisite
Its programming concentrates on staging classical drama produced by Spanish and foreign companies and it's also the headquarters of Spain's
National Classical Theater Company. The building was designed by Agustín Ruiz de Villajo with some beautiful Arabesque and wrought ...
Since 1956, this famous restaurant and tablao flamenco offers daily flamenco shows. Their a la carte menus include typical Spanish
dishes like Andalusian Gazpacho or Iberian hams. But if you prefer, you can try their tapas: Spanish omelets or ...
The ground floor is reserved for drinks and tapas, which are excellent and reasonably priced. Try the delicious Stuffed Onions
and Spicy Stuffed Peppers. You'll find the more formal restaurant downstairs in the cellar. The decor reflects popular culture ...