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La Musa

La Musa Review

The trendy, elegant vibe and creative menu of unique salads and tapas (try the bomba, a potato filled with meat or vegetables in a spinach sauce, or the huge marinated venison brochette) draw a stylish young crowd. Breakfast is served during the week, and there's a good fixed-price lunch menu. The second, bigger location (at Costanilla de San Andrés 12, on Plaza de la Paja in La Latina) has a larger menu and an even trendier adjunct speakeasy-restaurant in the basement called Junk Club—it has a vintage interior and über-sophisticated dishes such as the ribs Cuba Libre (in a rum-and-Coke sauce) and a reinvented chocolate con churros, served here in a cup with foie and mascarpone cream, with churros on the side. Show up early or expect to wait.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations not accepted.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-10-2013

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