Went for the paella and didn't disappoint! Fantastic service and food was great! Short walk from Alonso Martinez metro station :)
The only good thing about this restaurant is the service - otherwise the Paella is way overpriced, they even charge you for the piece of bread, Madrid in general is not expensive but when you go to an expensive place you expect something different... the portion is so small and the price is way higher than expected.
Sent here by our hotel (Orfila which we loved). Good was good and prices were very reasonable. Not sure what people mean when they say it's expensive. We had shared appetizers and three portions of Paella which was more than enough food for 3. Service was typically spanish but not rdue at all. Server tried his best with English and... 更多
I was recommended to go here for their paella. It was a very good paella. We sat outside, but we ate very early so it was difficult to know how popular the restaurant is. The paella we troed was very fresh and with lots of seafood. I recommend it.
The food was awful, we order a paelia with and we could not way it the salat was very small for two persons and it didnt have any taste at all. The restaurand is to expensive any the cataloge does not write the price for the food but it write the price per persons because is to i expensive and... 更多
Great food, fantastic service, and a delightful evening! The paella was good, but the part (I was served) did not have the "crunchy bottom". We were with a group, so perhaps someone else had some of the bottom. The steak and calamari salad were FANTASTIC!
We went there in a group, which sometimes mean boring and over cooked food. Not the case! All the food was delicious and cooked well and plentiful. The cod dip - not sure of its Spanish name - served with toast points was beyond beautiful description! Everyone in our group practically licked the empty dishes to get the last drop.... 更多
The restaurant is beautiful and the menu looked appeling even though is pretty much the same type of food you can find in less expensive restaurant in Madrid. Our expectations where high h and we were disappointed. Our waiter did not speak English and although I speak Spanish his description of the food we were ordering was not very accurate.
This place is in Main Street Calle Granada. Recommended paella and worth the 15 minute wait. Brilliant food. Wine good too. Great value for money
Didn't think that this was one of the better restaurants that we have visited in Madrid, found the portions were very small considering the prices they charge. And if you complain the waiter becomes very grumpy, thought it very average here.