Second Madrid experience offered by renowned Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio. Following Astrid y Gastón, he has now opened Tanta, which means bread in Quechuan.
The restaurant is defined as a "Peruvian bistro" and its menu is based on traditional food from this Andean country. With influences taken from Andean, Spanish, African, Chinese Japanese and Italian cuisine, its recipe book includes ceviche, anticuchos and sandwiches. It's open from breakfast-time until the early hours of the morning, from Monday to Sunday. This large restaurant has space for 150 diners, and a bar where you can enjoy Peruvian-style tapas, in a practice known as "piqueo", and accompany the meats with Franca, a Peruvian beer.