El Escaldón restaurant offers typical dishes from the Canary Islands in the heart of the city: papas con mojo (potatoes in spicy sauce), fried cheese, carne fiesta (meat), or the dish the venue is named after escaldón (cream of toasted wheat flour). Located in the centre of the city (Centro district), El Escaldón is the Madrilenian benchmark for gastronomy from the Canary Islands.
Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:30pm; 8:00pm-12:00am / Sat-Sun 1:00pm-12:30am
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