The owners of La Bomba Rice Bar in Chueca have opened La Bomba Bistrot in the Chamartín district. According to them, their goal is to provide very good food for everyone. They achieve this by submitting their suppliers to a scrupulous selection process: fish from Pescaderías Coruñesas, meat from Cesáreo Gómez and poultry and game from Higinio Gómez. On Sundays they offer their star dish: Le Poulet du Dimanche de Rovira, a great favourite among their regulars. All of the raw ingredients are prepared by young chefs, who have gained their experience working at gastronomic temples like Jockey and Club 31.
Here, you can start your meal with fried artichokes or steak tartar, before moving on to meat or fish. They also have a steam-engine stove, an invention of the former drivers and stokers on the La Robla-Balmaseda railway line. This is where they cook all of their casseroles, which change depending on the day.