In addition to the Palacio de Cibelesrestaurant on the sixth floor, the Madrid City Hall also has a café and restaurant at street level with magnificent views to the plaza de Cibeles and calle Alcalá. There is room for 50 diners and a further 11 at the bar which, like the restaurant is run by the Adolfo restaurant chain, from chef Adolfo Muñoz (Gold Medal for Merit in Tourism, 2009). The restaurant offers a range of meals, from breakfasts to lunches and dinners. Prices range from €15 to €35 and there is a three course menu including dessert, as well as a tapas menu (5 tapas and 2 glasses of wine). The extensive menu includes dishes as varied as the Santoña anchovy toast, spinach with chickpeas or honeyed aubergines, all of which can be accompanied by a wine from the list of 22 different wines from Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha and other Spanish regions.
Mon - Sun 10-12am.
Closed: Open all week
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