If you a quick great snack and refreshing beer for 4.10€ this is the place. The cod fritters were some of the best I've ever had. The atmosphere made feel like a local. It was an overall fun experience. Do it!
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Bumped into this local "restaurant" with no tourists inside by accident and went back every dai in Madrid. If you are a snob like some previous reviewers who complained about dirty floors and service then stay away. If you want a great piece of deep...More
I've been fortunate to come to Madrid with my brother in law twice a year since 2004,and Gary found this little gem whilst reading El Pais.Tiled walls and wooded beams feel like we are back in the 70's but the star of the show is...More
Small bar near Plaza Mayor where they serve amazing fried codfish (3€/piece). We were staying nearby and went there maybe 3-4 times just to eat their codfish which seems to be their most popular item. Don't expect great service or cleanliness, but do go there...More
Great reviews, we walked until we found it and immediately turned off. The place was filthy, rubbish and food and scraps all over the floor. It smelled really bad. We walked in, were disgusted and walked out. We were not even tempted to try the...More
Casa Revuelta is a small place near the Plaza Mayor, with just a few tables and a stand up bar. The evening we were there it was very crowded, loud, and happy. Everyone was eating the delicious fried fish, which kept coming out fresh and...More
This is a bar with great snacks. No coffee. Situated in this delightful square near Plaza Mayor. Great snack food and drinks. Friendly and efficient staff. Expect to stand as its usually packed at busy times. But worth it
A small place in La Latina, very popular with locals who were already lining up for the 7pm reopening of the bar following the after lunch closure and the place filled up really quickly. Service is friendly and quick. Most people have a small draft...More
It was a toss up where to try bacalao in Madrid, here or Casa Labra. As we came across Casa Revuelta first we gave it a go. Service was friendly and the bacalao absolutely delicious, highly recommend.
Beer and Bacalao (fried codfish filets). OMG! Fresh and super tasty fish. Very inexpensive! Very crowded (hold on tight to your plate, as somebody reaching near you might knock it over). This place really fills up with the locals in the evenings. But that's when...More