An impromptu weekday evening out led us to dinner at La Lluna. It had come at the right time as when a day has been a bit of a trying one, the time with special close friends helps wonders.
+ Que Pan is a bakery and cake shop as well as a cafe. Fresh bread, baguettes and the cakes are on display behind the counter. There is a good variety and plenty to choose from.
A good way to start off in Madrid is with churros and chocolate. Chocolateria San Gines has been open since 1894. This place is up a little side street.
El Restaurante Vegetariano provided tasty delicious food with lots of variety to the menu. Lasagne, wholewheat quiche, pasta were just a few of the items on the menu. The food seemed seasonal and very fresh.
Salvador and Amanda is a Spanish restaurant focussing on tapas. It has more of a bar like informal environment. There are small booth sections on the raised levels. The little white washed alcoves have cushioned seating and small buffets.
It was a little daunting to introduce the family to a new cuisine. Personally, I am a big fan of Spanish food but I wasn’t sure if my mom would like it, even though she said that it would be fine.
A close friend’s birthday gathering brought us all together for a tapas evening at Camino. Starting off in the bar area was a good way to start the birthday celebrations.
The striking orange walls, bright colourful cushions and wall artefacts make La Tasca have a warm and rustic feel to it. Being at La Tasca would definitely brighten anybody’s day.
A fantastic authentic Spanish restaurant with a great atmosphere and very friendly staff. All the walls are covered in photos of the owner with various people. We also had a man on a harmonium playing music to us while we waited for the food! We were sat upstairs and felt that we had our own…