Established in 1926, this Asturian tavern is popular with Lavapiés locals. The rustic, half-tile walls are strung with relics from the Asturian countryside, including wooden clogs, cowbells, sausages, and garlic. Specialties include fabada (Asturian white beans stewed with sausage), fabes con almejas (white beans with clams), and queso de cabrales (aromatic cheese made in the Picos de Europa). Great hunks of bread and Asturian hard cider complement the hearty meals; desserts include tangy baked apples. There's an inexpensive prix fixe lunch menu on weekdays.
Olivar 3, Madrid, 28012, Spain