The kitchen is supervised by Oscar Velasco, who offers a succinct menu that caters for all tastes, ranging from traditional favourites like croquettes or onion tortilla made with free-range eggs, to sophisticated dishes such as diced monkfish with tomato and onion compote, creamy prawn rice and more. The décor, the work of Pascua Ortega, a leading figure in the world of design, is very modern, featuring large illuminated panels showing scenes from Italian markets in a slightly naïf style. There are also generously proportioned sofas and mirrors on every wall. The unbeatable service in the restaurant is quick, helpful and friendly and the wine list offers a range of good wines at reasonable prices, plus some exceptional options for the connoisseur. The list was drawn up under the expert eye of David Robledo, the Santceloni sommelier. This restaurant looks set to establish a reputation as one of the city’s finest.
Mon – thu 1:00-4.30 pm / 8:30pm-midnight ; Fri-Sar 1:00-4.30 pm / 8:30-12.30 am ; Sun 1:00-4.30 pm
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