La Carboná Review
In a former bodega, this eatery has a rustic atmosphere with arches, beams, and a fireplace for winter nights, and in summer you can often enjoy live music and sometimes flamenco dancing while you dine. The chef has worked at several top restaurants, and his menu includes traditional grilled meats as well as innovative twists on classic dishes, such as foie gras terrine with strawberry coulis, and cod with artichoke and fino cream. Try the sherry menú de degustación (€32)—five courses, each accompanied by a different type of sherry. Both the tapas menu and the wine list are excellent.