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Asiana Review

Young chef Jaime Renedo surprises even the most jaded palates in this unique setting—his mother's Asian antiques furniture store, which used to be a ham-drying shed, where seats are amid a Vietnamese bed, a life-size Buddha, and other merchandise for sale. Renedo brings to his job a contagious enthusiasm for cooking and experimentation as well as painstaking attention to detail, and the eclectic 15-dish fixed sampler menu (€85, and the only menu on offer) perfectly balances Spanish, East Asian, Peruvian, and Japanese cooking traditions. If you're willing to forfeit exclusiveness but want to indulge in a milder version of the chef's creations, try the adjacent and much more affordable Asiana Next Door.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun., Mon., and Aug. No lunch.
Updated: 07-10-2013

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    Memorable meal

    We enjoyed an absolutely extraordinary testing menu, as memorable a meal as we can ever recall.

    We requested a no-smoking environment, and were offered a solitary table on the upstairs floor, which we gratefully accepted (as some other meals in Madrid were severely compromised by nearby cigars). We therefore not only enjoyed a spectacular meal, but also perfect service ... just for the two of us. Absolutely lovely.

    by ny10033, 11/30/08

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