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Occupying the establishment that used to be home to the well-known and high-end Jockey, Saddle opened its doors in autumn 2019 to become a contemporary classic on Madrid’s restaurant scene. Its 1,600 square metres divided into two levels have been awarded a Michelin star in the 2021 edition thanks to the work of the chef, Adolfo Santos, who is responsible for a menu based on high quality and seasonal products.
Saddle has a large, sophisticated and bright dining room, where noble materials predominate, such as marble, wood and brass. The huge skylight that covers the dining room from wall to wall and extends over the interior garden stands out and offers a geothermal air conditioning system that enables air to be constantly renewed in a clean and safe way.
It also has a more informal bar area, with a proposal that focuses on simple yet high quality products. This will be paired with a list of more than 200 champagnes and a wide variety of seasonal cocktails, merging classic cocktails with more contemporary tendencies, created by the barman, Alberto Fernández.
On the lower floor, there are five private rooms where diners can enjoy a quiet and intimate atmosphere, serving the same menu as the main dining room. The capacity ranges from 2 to 24 people, depending on the private room, which are also fitted out with a lounge area.
In addition to its á la carte dishes, Saddle also has menus for groups and a tasting menu.