This restaurant and bar is located in La Latina, one of the coolest areas in Madrid.
For starters, the menu includes traditional tapas such as croquettes, salmorejo (a thick gazpacho-like soup), and grilled wild asparagus. But they are also committed to innovation in the kitchen and in the preparation of their main dishes. A clear example of this is their “broken” fried eggs and ham, drizzled with a good dash of black truffle oil, lending variety and a special touch to a traditional dish. The Uruguayan grilled meats with chimichurri sauce are another must. The Bahiana pizza is prepared using artisan methods and is ideal for sharing as an appetizer or as a main course. Their ice creams are their most popular desserts, with the yogurt, honey and nuts variety a favourite. In summer, the restaurant boasts one of the nicest terraces in the area, where you can sit back and sip on mojitos, caipiroskas and other delicious cocktails. All this is accompanied by specially selected music for the customer’s enjoyment.