The Mezklum restaurant is centrally located, near Plaza de Santa Ana, serving Mediterranean food with an oriental touch.
Popular dishes include tuna tartare with salmorejo (a purée made from tomatoes, bread, oil, garlic and vinegar) and guacamole; vegetable tempura with soya sauce and pineapple; prawn and green asparagus risotto; and veal hamburger stuffed with foie gras, served with creamed mushrooms. All of these dishes can be accompanied by one of the fine Spanish wines on the wine list. The décor, the work of Ignacio García de Vinuesa, is also exceptional. He has created an elegant, predominantly white space which combines effectively with the bare brickwork walls, wooden beams, original lamps, curtains with long fringes, and divans, which allow diners to eat in a reclining position. The restaurant is divided into a number of semi-independent spaces and its capacity (over 180 diners on two floors) does not prevent it having a cosy atmosphere.