Bad service, reheated food, wrost meal in madrid. The only good thing is the location!!!! I do not recommend!!!!!!
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Nobody was nice. Food started coming and we had to ask them to set another table because they were piling it the food and there was no space. The food was awful and we left it on the plate. When the bill came they could...More
Came here for coffee before our walking tour of Madrid. Service was quite slow, but the coffee was good. It was quite expensive at just under €3 a cup but it is a main square and a good place to watch the world go by.
I don't like tourists spots but I've decided to have my last meal in Madrid in Plaza Mayor. I've chosen Los Arcos and had really nice paella. Don't understand bad comments regarding food or service. Don't give me wrong it wasn't the best meal I've...More
We had dinner this evening at this restaurant in Mayor Square. The menu looked varied and had a good selection of meat, fish, pizza and paella. The staff that served us were friendly and service was very good. The food was ok but nothing special...More
Long wait for service. Rude and abrupt service. Stale bread. Got order wrong, leaving three out of four meals to either go cold or be eaten. The three meals had been half eaten by the time the fourth arrived. Pretty much all left half eaten...More
I am a little amazed at some of the negative reviews, we stopped of for lunch more than once during our week in Madrid and thought the food was good, my son recommended it from his last time in Madrid for thier amazing Chorizo sandwiches,...More
I was very apprehensive when my husband suggested- generously- that we eat in the main square for the 'ambiance'! Well, there was none of that and, the service was shocking... 45 minutes before we could attract attention to the fact we'd been forgotten. No apology,...More
To begin with you are pressured by waiters as you read the menu and their unwarranted attention makes it impossible to decide. Was is a rush so we ordered a carbonara and egg and boiled ham. My ham and eggs arrived long before the carbonara....More