We choose el Quenco de Pepa for one of our usual fryday lunches that kick off our weekends. It was an overall excellent experience even tugh there were some ups and downs. Wwe shared 2 starters tomatoes with ventresca and onions: FANTASTIC, probably some of the best tomatoes I have ever had; and pulpo con crema de patata y tacos de jamon, the cream delicious, it seem there was some chorizo too in it but the pulpo was a bit chewy. As main dish we had rodaballo salvaje, simply amazing, few places can offer this quality; and bacalao skrye con aceite de trufa...this one was just ok, the bacalao was a bit overcooked and dry...the dessert was a merengue and lemon cake...it was ok....We will definitly come back to confirm our first impression that this is a must visit restaurant in Madrid....and of course try again the Tomatoes de la huerta!
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