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Lamiak

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Calle Cava Baja 42 y Calle de La Rosa 10, 28005 Madrid Spain
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Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Entrance from Madrid
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Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Entrance from Madrid

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Visiting both Toledo and Segovia in a day from Madrid is near impossible without a car rental and some serious time management. On this trip, you get to see both cities as a guide charts their history, minus the stress of organizing transport. Plus, you’re certain of seeing the key sights, including Toledo’s Primada Cathedral, and Segovia’s Roman aqueduct and Alcazar. Ideal if you’re pressed for time and want a day out of Madrid.
US$75.00 per adult
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Alain L wrote a review Nov 2019
Jersey City, New Jersey373 contributions117 helpful votes
TA does not allow for 3.5 which is what I should rate. Nothing extraordinary but a nice neighborhood bar with good food. Waiter was very nice, gave us a new castillan wine to taste, and we liked it, all in a friendly and jazzy atmosphere. Best tapa of the night was a duck confit in a flaky turnover. Variety of tapas for 3 €.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Tomieke wrote a review Sep 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands6 contributions1 helpful vote
We looked for a nice cozy place to have some wine and tapas. Tourists as we are, we were to skip this place because it wasn’t in te Lonely Planet... But it was more crowded then any other place around with only locals. Which made us curious. Fine jazz music inside and a list of fine, original and cheap priced tapas. Very friendly personal that offered us a place to sit when clients left in the other side of the restaurant. We tried about 5 red wines, all very fine. And had the best tapas so far, all original, excellent tast and fresh made. Wine and tapas for half the price we are used to. Good espresso and heavenly homemade chocolate pie as a dessert. Greet place, can recommend it to everyone that is looking for a local and fine culinary experience!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Char wrote a review Aug 2019
Seattle, Washington1 contribution
We came here to try to have a good time, but immediately upon coming up to the bar, the bartender starts whispering something to the other bartender, who then starts snickering. (At this point, I have no idea what we could’ve done to offend them). If you’re going to work in the food industry, expect foreigners to come to your establishment. I don’t understand why anyone would sign up to do this kind of work if they’re not fit to deal with different kinds of cultures and language barriers. They took forever to put our orders in (I’ve worked in food service before and know better). Their excuse was “it’s so busy.” But as a restaurant in this area, I’d expect you to be well-prepared for crowds of people coming into your establishment. They took forever to get us our check after we asked for it. Believe me, all of this was intentional. My question to the owner is— why would you hire people like this to be part of your staff? The world is changing and if you want to make it in this industry, open your eyes and hire people who actually know how to work in the service industry and know how to be around other cultures. Being nice is free and I don’t get why a business wouldn’t know how to do that.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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grkprguyny wrote a review Jul 2019
Fort Lee, New Jersey26 contributions30 helpful votes
Went with three friends. Sat down and the girl who served us made us feel like we were disturbing her. From the moment we started talking to her she had a face that would chill boiling water. The other table behind us, foreigners like us but who didn’t speak Spanish got better service. We asked her on three superset occasions for bottled water and we never got it. The table next to us got bottled water when they asked. Didn’t k Make an issue because this was only a semi-quick stop for a caña and a tapa.. The tapas were ok, the service was disgusting. Won’t recommend this place nor visit on my next trip to Madrid - thanks to the waitress with the black bob hairstyle and her nasty attitude.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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ReiyaB wrote a review Jun 2019
Madrid, Spain26 contributions26 helpful votes
I’ve lived in Madrid for the past several months and my parents discovered this restaurant when visiting me. I visit very regularly now and I love it. During the weekday afternoons, they offer a plate of the day, bread, and a drink for a low cost. The desserts are delicious and I especially like the flan de queso. They have a variety of tapas for people with diverse tastes. They serve many kinds of coffee too. The staff both during the day and night are so nice, even when the restaurant gets busy. I'm a huge fan of Lamiak and would recommend it to anyone!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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