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Cheap and good

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...A while ago I discovered a restaurant that made me take notice, given that it was rather elegant and perfect for a celebration, but the prices were very reasonable. Since then it has become one of our favorites and we go there whenever possible. La Finc ...

elboqueronviajero 29.07.2011 · Read full review
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Review of La Finca De Susana, Center, Madrid

A Breakfast Churrio!

Advantages: Nice food
Disadvantages: Pig legs hanging from ceiling

La Cueva de 1900, Madrid During our summer holidays in Spain we spent a few days in Madrid, those of you who have read my review of our hostel will know how disgusting the breakfast they provided was so as a result of this we decided to eat breakfast ...

gingelou 21.11.2012 · Read full review
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Review of La Cueva de 1900, Madrid

Take your granny to meet a tranny

Advantages: Great concept - loads of fun, cabaret's a laugh, fantastic salad bar
Disadvantages: Food is only OK, can be very busy, only if u like that sort of thing

Gula Gula is now a well established restaurant centrally located in Madrid, right on Gran Via. It serves fairly ordinary food - basically Spanish with a pan-european slant. Nothing is outrageously over-priced, but nothing is cheap either. Expect to pay ...

sadoldbag 17.02.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Gula Gula, Center, Madrid

The oldest in Madrid

Advantages: Very good products
Disadvantages: Not very expensive

The name of the restaurant is “Sobrinos de Botín” but if you say BOTIN everybody knows that your are speaking about the oldest restaurant in Madrid that is placed in a part of the town called: Madrid of the Austrias Kings”.... This classic and Madrilen ...

ladamaboba 22.02.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Botín, Madrid

Nouveau Cuisine - Madrid style

Advantages: High-quality food, English-speaking staff, extensive wine list
Disadvantages: Very Expensive, small portions

El Amparo was recommended in a well-known travel guide and cited as being among the top five in Madrid. On arrival, it was easy to see why. Located in the up-market district of Salamanca this eaterie oozed style, sophistication and good taste. The wine ...

sherylmiller 25.11.2002 · Read full review
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Review of El Amparo, Barrio De Salamanca, Madrid