Every detail in Taberna de Conspiradores reminds us of Extremadura, especially food, as their menu is entirely dedicated to traditional dishes from this region.
Apart from their specialty -migas from Extremadura- they offer a great variety of the most popular dishes in the region: venison in red wine sauce, loin of pork marinated in its own juice, carcamusa (loin of ibérico pork in tomato and peas sauce), assorted dishes of ibéricos, cheese (among which Torta del Casar o La Serena cheese) cold cuts (chorizo, patatera, salchichón, black pudding) and, of course, Iberian chacina from Extremadura (loin, cured beef, lacón, ham, cachuela).
Wine, beer and spirits from the region. The name of this place is taken from the book by Marilyn Ferguson entitled 'La Conspiración de Acuario' and its decorating style includes posters related to cinema, music, bullfighting... Pleasant ambience. There is another bar of the same name in Cava Baja.