I love the new trend (or not so new) of Asian street food that has begun in Madrid. Although many of them are franchises, I have to accept that the food is very good. One of them is “Buns & Bones”. We tried it by chance one day walking around the Reina Sofia area. The buns were delicious, the place is tiny but it is fine for a quick meal with your couple (I do not recommend it for groups). […]
it has a decoration that simulated a boat in the inside and the food and the hospitality deserved 5 star, but as expected their prices were high, but really worth it.
They offer an incredible variety of burgers with different combinations that I would have never thought it would be so good.
Habanera is a restaurant of Larrumba group (owners of Marieta, Juanita Cruz, Perrachica, etc.). It has a colonial cuban style with a latin Spanish fusion menu. Delicious choice.
I have to confess that this meal was planned to enjoy the promotion of ElTenedor, that throughout September gives you 750 Avios (Iberia plus miles) for every reservation you make (normally it’s just 250 Avios). To me it´s all about miles. So, by looking into all the places ElTenedor has, I found this Colombian restaurant that has very good rate. We went with friends and ordered mixed portions of cassava, shredded meat, chicken, fried plantains and Colombian potatoes, shrimp ceviche, […]
Este no tan viejo vecino del Barrio de Malasaña, con una decoración bastante moderna al estilo industrial, ofrece una mezcla de comidas del mundo con una presentación de lujo.
A very “fusion” restaurant but we liked it. There were four of us and we ordered the “Armonnía II” to share, which includes: Padron poppers, baby chalupa, eggplant sashimi, one two three malasaña dish, quekas, flutes of sea ox, wings of light flight, pope francisco and soda of yarirobe (this is me trying to translate the menu) for 61,5 €. Looking for plans for the weekend? here I leave a restaurant that we liked a lot. Web: http://www.barpajarita.com/ Address: Calle Apodaca, […]
Estos chef lograron hacer de las suyas y crear unas pizzas gordas y esponjosas recordando la influencia italiana en la gastronomía Argentina.
Last Sunday I had tickets to go to a yoga class at El Rincon de la Avena, in Malasaña. A pop up cafe of Quaker that will be open until October 30th (2017), offering brunch, cakes, smoothies, sandwiches and oatmeal in all its presentations. Also, they have talks, workshops and yoga classes, all for free. Everything looked delicious, but as I am intolerant to oatmeal we decided to try Raro Rare restaurant. This is what my friend and I ordered: […]
About 15-20 years ago, “Japanese” restaurants began to appear in Venezuela offering the typical seaweed salad, sashimi, etc., but they also offered venezonalized sushi rolls. I mean, rolls with Venezuelan style: a lot of sauces, plantain, avocado, super tasty toppings, etc. Of course I do not consider this as Japanese food, but regardless of its origin, I find that this style of rolls is divine. To my surprise, they recently opened a restaurant of “Venezuelan sushi” (as I call it) […]