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Madrid Restaurants

La Trucha

  • Manuel Fernandez y Gonzalez 3 Map It
  • Spanish

Updated 06/18/2014

Fodor's Review

This Andalusian tavern, decorated with hanging hams, ceramic plates, and garlic, is one of the happiest places in Madrid. The staff is jovial and the house specialty, trucha a la truchana (trout stuffed with ham and garlic), is a work of art. Other star entrées are pollo al ajillo (chunks of chicken with crisped garlic), fried fish (baby squid, anchovies, and others), and espárragos trigueros (wild asparagus). Jarras (pitchers) of chilled

Valdepeñas seem to act like laughing gas on the clientele.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Manuel Fernandez y Gonzalez 3, Madrid, 28012, Spain

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Phone:

91-429–5833

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 06/18/2014

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