Bodegas Ricla

It was founded in 1867 and bears the name of its Aragonese founders’ home town. Housed in small premises, with standing room only, we can try a fantastic vermouth or a glass of wine, enveloped in the scent from its vats of wine.

Snacks include the typical mussels, cockles, anchovies and also prepared dishes, like cod in oil, fresh anchovies in vinegar and the prize dish of the house: “callos a la madrileña” (tripe), not forgetting the cured meat from León. During wartime, the wine-cellar, which used to house large vats of wine, was used by neighbouring locals as an air-raid shelter.

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Direction

Calle
de Cuchilleros, 6
Madrid
28005
Tourist area: 
Austrias
Telephone: 
(+34) 91 365 20 69
Metro: 
Sol (L1, L2, L3)
Tirso de Molina (L1)
Local train (Cercanías): 
Madrid-Sol
Tipo cocina: 
Bares
Tabernas
Tapas
Bus: 
002, 17, 31, 50, 65, SE712, N26
Apertura: 
1867