La Gloria De Montera

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  • Timings: 01:15 pm - 04:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free

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  • La Gloria De Montera Timing: 01:15 pm - 04:00 pm
  • La Gloria De Montera Price: Free
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  • My husband and I were on vacation and had spent the entire day being very touristy in Madrid. We happened upon La Gloria de Montera while we were taking a detour off Gran Vie to get back to our hotel. Thank goodness we did. They welcomed us in with a staff of smiling faces. The restaurant is excellent for a fine dining experience whether you've taken the time to dress for dinner or have just finished a walking tour of the city and stumbled across this gem (as did we). The food was great and the staff exceptional. Everyone was very accommodating as we tried our best Spanish (with epic fail) and they switched to English for us. Our dishes were amazing (I'll post some pictures) and the dessert Whiskey Pie will definitely be a favorite if you're a whiskey drinker. Hats off to La Gloria de Montera and staff for heloing to make our vacation so wonderful.

  • Amazing food, friendly staff, great atmosphere... A must!

  • Design excellent Food excellen Service very poor

  • Good food low prices, recommended

  • White tablecloths, linen napkins, and elegantly dressed waiting staff imply good service at a price. The restaurant actually represents very good value for money with a good and well priced wine list, and moderately priced plates. The dishes we ate: grilled fresh asparagus, and a grilled goats cheese salad were well presented and fine, although we would have preferred a more mature cheese. The paella was atrocious - the octopus was as tough as boot leather as was the meat (probably chopped lamb ribs). When this was discussed with the front of house staff they responded impeccably, immediately apologising and offering to replace the dish. Two things. Firstly the chefs should have enough pride in their cooking not to serve sub standard food, and second as tourists we should not order dishes that are not native to the region. We happened to want a starch dish to balance our meal. We should not have ordered paella as it seems to me this is only offered because tourists regard it as the quintessential "Spanish" dish. It would be much better to be offered dishes reflecting the traditions and produce of the region. Otherwise one inevitably is presented with food adapted to the expected clientele for sound economic reasons. Recommended, but order the paella at your own risk.

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