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September 8, 2005
From journal 8 Days in Madrid - Beautiful!
by boo wooden
October 6, 2002
The menu offered a variety of Spanish choices, including gazpacho, garlic soup, rabbit, veal, salmon, and a variety of desserts. I had salmon which was delicious. Several pitchers of Sangria were passed around the table along with a variety of bread, meat, cheese, and olives.
Service was very good. Music was provided by local "tuna" players who were very entertaining (claiming to know "every song in the world").
The restaurant sells miniature handmade pottery, with the restaurant's name. This is a nice souvenir.
From journal One Week In Spain - Madrid, Barcelona & Sitges