Sobrino De Botin, Madrid
About Sobrino De Botin, Madrid
Sobrino De Botin, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Calle Cuchilleros, 17, 28005 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 01:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details
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Grab a bite at the oldest restaurant in the city. Oh sorry, I meant the oldest in the country. What?? … the oldest in the world? Really? All the time since 1725? Spoken of in literary classics? Try the roast suckling pic (a favourite of Ernest Hemingway), the roast lamb and the baby eels. You’ll be eating in a vaulted cellar.
Sobrino De Botin Information
- The staff won’t let you stick around.
Sobrino De Botin Opening and Closing Hours
- Dinner not available on 24th and 31st December.
How To reach Sobrino De Botin by Public Transport
- Metro Line 1, 2 and 3 stop Puerta Del Sol; Trains C3 and C4
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It's amazing to think you are seating in such an historic restaurant! The service is very good and the atmosphere as well. The house menu is very satisfying for one person and can be too much food. The price for the house menu is 45 euro. The food is good but not the greatest. I would definitely recommend the place!
I booked a table for 6 adults online 3 days prior, not a good time for dining(3:30 pm), it is popular though. We order white and red wine, some dishes, maybe 8, and the waiter suggested not to order anymore, he thought too much for us. Total 170 euro. They served the food guickly, I liked it, 'cause we were too hungry. I suggested must-eat in Madrid. Do not forget the basement seats.
The heritage and history of this building is outstanding. Certainly worth a visit! We got their famous suckling pig and also the squid in ink. The pig didn't have much meat on the bone and and squid was very salty without much other taste. However the squid texture was perfect and the pig taste was a 4/5. We were quite torn on the rating as the building experience is a 5 but the food was a 3.
Visited the 300+ yrs old famous restaurant when I was in town but mostly are tourists and crowded. The Restaurant is a three story building including the basement. We were eating in the basement and very unique atmosphere eating there. We ordered ordered Ibram Ham, grilled Pawns, suckling pig and of course, Sangria. Bread and water are charged as expected in Madrid everywhere. Food is okay, no complaint about service. Worth a visit if you have extra time in Madrid.
It is famous for the pig and like museum restruant. However we are not very enjoy the meat, we are afraid of we don't get used of the smell. However the fruit wine taste very good. Nice to try but will not come back.
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