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Re: Visita a Madrid: ¿Dónde comer?

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¿Te importa si te lo pongo en inglés? Es que hace un par de días, por mensaje privado, me preguntó un veremero inglés y le envié esto...

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- La Ardosa  (Bar. C/ de Colón, 13): Nice and old bar. Quite traditional and with a well reputed 'tortilla de patatas'.
- Navaja (Restaurant. C/ de Valverde, 42): It's about 10 meters of La Ardosa. Casual and fine place for having a lunch or dinner. I do really enjoy this place.
- Celso y Manolo (Bar. C/ Libertad, 1): Traditional spanish cooking (tapas and raciones I mean) but with a cleaner looking. You know what I mean. No papers on the floor and so on ;-)
- La Carmencita (Bar. C/ Libertad, 16): Same owners, but even more traditional.
- Casa Labra (C/ Tetuan, 12): Extremely traditional place. People comes here just to eat cod coated in a sort of orly and "una caña" (beer in that kind of little glasses. You know them). Just for local tourism sake ;-)  but nice anyway... Hmm... well... truth be told, the method of ordering is quite odd and confusing even for locals, so caveat emptor.

- Puertaelsol (Bar. Written this way and located... in Puerta de El Sol): It's located in the last floor of one of the buildings of Puerta de El Sol. Nice place to take some pictures, but it's run by a reputed spanish cook (Alberto Chicote). It's focused on traditional tapas and raciones. It's a nice place.
- Palo Cortado (Bar. C/ Unión, 5): Tavern focused on sherries with traditonal tapas and raciones from Andalusia. Very good place for having some sherries.
- La Fisna (Wine-bar. C/ del Amparo, 91): You met Iñaki Gómez years ago. Currently he runs this wine bar with Delia. Focused on wine, wine and wine... but with some nice dishes as well.

- García de la Navarra (Restaurant. C/ Montalbán, 3): Traditional spanish cooking paying a close attention to wine.
- Verdejo Taberna (Restaurant. C/ Espartinas,6): Idem
- Taberna Marcano (Tavern C/ Doctor Castelo, 31): Idem

- Triciclo (Restaurant. C/ Santa María, 28): Love it. Love it. Love it. Booking is mandatory. Use to be full (always!)
- Tandem (Restaurant. C/ Santa María, 39): Same owners, but more casual.

- Gofio (Restaurant. C/ Lope de Vega, 9): Very nice place focused on Canary Island cooking with a slightly modern nudge. 

If they're around Plaza de Barceló I suggest a couple of good places:

- Bar Pajarita (C/ Apodaca, 20): Finger food. Quite casual, but nice food.
- Territorio Era (Bar - Restaurant. C/ Barceló, 6): Wines & food. Food & wines.

Not in the center, but I do suggest a visit to Restaurante Lakasa (Plaza del descubridor Diego Ordás, 1): Very nice place. Nice cooking and they also have a counter, so no need to go to the restaurant. They can taste many of their dishes in the bar.

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Saludos,

Jose

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