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Bazaar

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Bazaar Review

The owners of the successful central restaurant La Finca de Susana expanded their repertoire by opening this Chueca spot serving low-priced, creative Mediterranean food of reasonable quality in a trendy environment. Resembling an old-fashioned convenience store, its square upper floor has large windows facing the street, high ceilings, and hardwood floors; the downstairs is larger but less interesting. Standout dishes include the tuna rosbif (roasted and sliced thinly, like beef) with mango chutney and the tender ox with Parmesan and arugula. For dessert, a popular choice is the chocolatísimo (chocolate soufflé). To get a table, arrive by 1 for lunch and by 8:30 for dinner.

    Contact Information

  • Address: C. Libertad 21, Chueca, Madrid, 28004 | Map It
  • Phone: 91/523–3905
  • Subway: Chueca
  • Location: Chueca and Malasaña

    Restaurant Details

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

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    good value/quality

    Excelent choice for gourmets with low budget!!!

    by eleniathens, 8/29/07
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    Trendy food for the budget Traveller

    This restaurant was very trendy, with a modern interior.The food is very reasonably priced and of the highest quality.Extremely busy with a vibrant atmosphere.Make sure you visit this venue whilst in Madrid.

    by marshj, 10/16/08
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    Bazaar Review

    We went to Bazaar after reading several very positive online reviews. After patiently waiting 45 mins for our table, we were seated downstairs right next to the staircase. The decor and atmosphere is rather nice... until the staff came to our table. Our waitress was as warm and friendly as our dinner, which was not at all. We both ordered pasta which was neither Al Dente, nor fresh. It took several packets of pepper and salt to spice it enough to be edible. No offer of cheese, not once did the waitress return to our table to check on us. When we flagged another waiter down for wine, we were given a complete bottle (opened already). Only one of us drinks but we were told that wine is only sold by the bottle. The bread, served cold, is not complimentary either. I had read about the Chocolatisimo dessert and wanted to give them one more chance to redeem themselves. What I got was a chocolate muffin with what could have been Hershey's syrup slathered on top (not warmed up by the way). The entire dinner came out to less 16 Euros, which is a very good deal in Madrid. So while Bazaar is definitely priced low, the food is not fresh and poorly re-heated, I'd even venture to call it inedible. The staff are among the least friendly in our 2 weeks of dinners in Madrid. Eat here if you're looking for sustenance, but I'd rather pay a few extra Euros for far better service and delicious food only a few feet away.

    by David_Huang, 12/1/11

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