Madrid Restaurants



Puerto Lagasca

Puerto Lagasca Review

Old-style tapas bars, with floors littered with prawn tails and olive pits, are still in the majority in the city, but there's a new breed that has more in common with the city's upscale restaurants, though with prices that don't leave you gasping for air when the check arrives. Puerto Lagasca, with dishes based on what's in season, is one of the best tapas bars in its league, where diners can share traditional appetizers like salmorejo, roasted peppers, fresh anchovies, a tomato and tuna salad, and good assortment of meat and fish options—among the latter, a good pick is the fried-fish sampler. Note that it also serves half portions.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No dinner Sun.
Updated: 07-10-2013

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