Having achieved something of a cult-like status in Madrid, this Asturian restaurant serves up traditional dishes alongside a more contemporary offering. Lovers of meat and vegetable stews will leave here happy, with beans, garlic soup, chicken stews and much more on the menu. Those who prefer more modern cuisine won’t be disappointed either, with marinated sardines and monkfish carpaccio with sea-urchin caviar. Two good-value set menus are available every day, as well as a choice of stews and hearty soups. They have an excellent wine list and their desserts are far from run-of-the-mill.