Located in the Chamberí quarter, this restaurant with a retro feel and maritime decor combines the menu of an American diner with the most traditional atmosphere of Madrid establishments.
The decor of this establishment consists of shades of blue, nautical motifs and round mirrors that imitate a boat’s port holes. Its menu includes American specialities, such as the authentic Maryland crab cakes or typical buttermilk fried chicken. It also serves dishes from other cuisines of the world, such as momofuku, Japanese grilled pork aperitifs or Italian rigatoni with roasted tomatoes.
A selection of home-made desserts, including lime cake or chocolate brownie, round off Ferry’s gastronomic offer, which also has an extensive list of cocktails. At weekends, you can also enjoy a brunch consisting of two dishes, pastries and coffee, champagne and cocktails.