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Lhardy is the first luxury restaurant in Madrid. Inaugurated in 1839 by Eugenio Huguemei, it represents the splendour of Spanish and international haute cuisine, endorsed by its more than 175 years of leading role in the life of the city. It is part of the Asociación de Restaurantes y Tabernas Centenarios de Madrid.
It has a main dining room, the Salón Isabelino, and 5 private ones: Salón Japonés, Blanco, Sarasate, Gayarre and Tamberlick. Decorated with a nineteenth-century elegance that remains unchanged over time, they have witnessed important meetings of politicians and intellectuals who have decided to overthrow kings, republics, regencies and dictatorships.
Its menu includes typical dishes of Madrid's gastronomy such as cocido en dos vuelcos, possibly one of the best in the city. Its big game recipes prepared with sauces are traditional and its specialities cannot be forgotten, which include Madrid-style tripe, glazed venison loin, stewed partridge or wild duck with orange perfume.
Lhardy also has a shop where you can buy a wide selection of delicatessen products, as well as choose from a large variety of wines, company gifts and Christmas baskets. It also has a home delivery service.
It is worth mentioning that the restaurant's customers have one and a half hours of free parking in the Seville Metro car park.