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We offer a conventional cuisine with mergers from Cadiz, Mexico, Peru and Thailand and we bet on the Wild Tuna from Almadraba (Gadira) as a star product.
Zoko Madrid goes one step beyond the Group's restaurants in Seville and Zahara de los Atunes, because not only some of its dishes are more complex, but it also has an extensive menu of 'champagnes', generous and wines, maintaining the essence of the Zoko brand.
We make a call to the disfrutones and paladar hooligans with pedigree that they go in search of the best atmosphere and the best kitchen of the zone of Retirement.More
We made a reservation at the restaurant because it was one of the few places open at that time (and around the corner from Prado). Apparently, the restaurant was closed. However, there was a bar downstairs that, indeed deserves 5-star rating. Here’s why. The bartender was clearly surprised by our party but us very welcomed. The tapas that we had there were what WE expected from tapas: not just sardines from a can. There were several types of tapas in this basque place and they were all very inventive and great tasting. They did have a couple of traditional Spanish tapas but mainly, there were creative and unusual and...so unbelievably tasty. They’re not cheap at around €2 for a pintxo, but still a great value. Beer on tap and wine were also great. Probably a bit pricey for tapas, but we were hungry and had about 3 dozens for 5 of us - not your typical Spanish behavior. Looking back at our trip, the quality in that place was probably the best of all places we visited in Madrid. MoreOpenTable Diner -
This place was very good. Our waiter recommended the Turbot fish that comes straight from the Basque port. It’s a whole fish but they deboned it for us at the table. It was sautéed in olive oil and delicious. We paired that with a light salad and their house made sourdough bread and it was the perfect Spanish lunch. We ate outside in the Plaza del Angel, which was beautiful and great people watching...that is until another customer sat next to us and started smoking. :( We just moved inside for dessert and espresso. Had the “Goxua” traditional basque dessert and it was very good. Recommend this place for a nice lunch. Sit outside if you can. Just be prepared that in Madrid customers are ONLY allowed to smoke OUTSIDE. MoreOpenTable Diner -
En Oyamel intentamos huir de los tópicos que existen sobre la mal llamada comida mexicana, ofreciendo no solo sabores y preparaciones clásicas como los tacos, y otros que se han vuelto emblemáticos de la cocina mexicana en lo general como es el caso de la cochinita pibil (yucateca), sino que también buscamos ofrecer sabores más sofisticados creados por nosotros, aprovechando la variedad de ingredientes que la cocina mediterránea ofrece. Siendo un restaurante familiar buscamos alejarnos de la comida TEX-MEX, en un local con un toque moderno, donde, sin olvidar nuestros orígenes, huimos de los tópicos que siempre han rodeado a una cultura como la mexicana.More