We could define this place as an urban restaurant. Far from being conventional, it is a casual place for all kinds of people. Their friendly and close attention will make you feel at home. They don’t look for the last cooking trends. They don’t want to be original either. They just try to offer good food in generous portions, mixing traditional flavours with others from different origins.
Some of their offers are shrimp and salmorejo croquettes, Indian chicken (chicken cubes marinated in yogurt and tandoori cooked in a butter and cream sauce, with a side of basmati rice with cashew nuts), Argentinian calf sirloin steak, pickled quail and an interesting suggestion called ‘mañanamepongoadieta’ (I’m starting a diet tomorrow), which is, as you can imagine, a more filling dish.
The interior is decorated with some ethnic touches and they have kept the original structure of the building: brick, granite and exposed beams together with metals and wood, which gives a warm and intimate ambience to the place. From Monday to Thursday, you will find a romantic and quiet atmosphere. However, at weekends it becomes lively and crowded. They have two more restaurants in Madrid: A cuerpo de rey and Con dos fogones.