I can only recommend this place, especialy when you are carnivorous friendly :) good wine great tapas and you can buy the meat here
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Enjoyed this neighborhood bar when we were in Madrid. Seems like a place for locals but I did not feel unwelcome even though I speak no Spanish. I enjoyed the beer, the complimentary snacks, watched the locals and soccer on the TV. Fun evenings. It...More
That place is totally adaptable because you’re able to eat or drink the most popular of Spain, as the jamon is considered to Spain.
Yes the waiter is surly. But that's part of the charm. I suspect his mood wasn't helped by people like me whose Spanish is terrible. But the food is sensational. Minimalist so if you're after fine dining and an extensive menu don't come. But if...More
We went for breakfast to las delicias before our day trip to Toledo. Let me be clear: This is a well establish neighborhood restaurant in the San Vicente avenue, across the Spanish Royal Palace Museum and 4 blocks of the Gran Via. Saying this, the...More
We tried this restaurant as it was very close to our hotel. I enjoyed my lamb chops but my husband's boiled ham dish wasn't very good. The waiter never smiled and behaved as though we shouldn't be there.
Just ate here a Fuente de las Delicias plate with the house wine and m m m so good! Quaint and small but oh so good! The variety of jamones is awesome.
If you want to taste traditional Spanish jamon serrano, then this restuarant can satisfy your needs! The large display of legs of ham is impressive in itself! It offers a variety of other items on its menu, as well, in case ham isn't your thing!
We visited this place by coincidence. We were wery pleased by the friendly athmosphere, got in toutch with the locals and a wery friendly bar owner. We went back an oter day to shop for jamon and sausages bcause of the good service, and the...More
This was a fine place for take-away sandwiches, since we were staying right next door. Quality was high and price was low. Bravo!