Now, this was impressive. Big window with a view on Plaza de España, Las Arenas and the city, a classic high ceiling room with modern arrangement, very good food, a great wine selection and impeccable service. As far as I understand, you can’t ask to reserve a table by the window, so the best call may be not to go on a peak night or to reserve early. We were lucky because although it was a mid august Friday night at 9:30, we were given a table by one of the three windows. That added the view on the spectacular magic fountain in action, although you can’t hear the music. Jamon de Bellota, a classic, as starter and their surprising burger as main. Very nice. The Toro wine was not the highlight, but that’s part of the risk when you go for unknown (to the waiter as well because new in the list) bottles. Highly recommended for a special night. Ah, the entrance is a bit weird. You are kept waiting at the museum entrance until somebody comes and picks you up (that meant for us 10 minutes standing outside the door), then you’re taken along empty corridors and elevators until you reach the actual restaurant room. They should do something to make the starting experience a bit more pleasant.
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