This is a classic in Santa Ana Square. If you are around this area and it’s time for an appetizer, it is almost compulsory to make a stop in this place. In spite of its name, it is a typically Madrilenian bar founded in 1904. However, what is international indeed –you can see tourists there from all over the world- are their well-known Spanish omelet, croquettes and tripe. Their suggestions always leave a good taste in your mouth: boiled shrimps, octopus in vinaigrette, clams marinière, steamed mussels, battered sardines, fried fresh anchovies, Manchego cheese, ibéricos (lomo, jamón, chorizo, salchichón)… During summer, their terrace is one of the most popular. It is an important point of reference in the art of tapas which is usually crowded.