Owner Don Norberto takes gracious care in what he does, providing a carefully chosen and health conscious menu and painstakingly selected wines to devoted customers. Evidence of craftsmanship is alive in every corner of the casual and understated hideaway, from the best rice in the city (cooked with extra-flat paella pans especially manufactured for the restaurant) to the ceramic plates from Talavera, but the star attraction is the chef and his astounding knowledge of
food (he has his own brand of tuna, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar). He generously talks (and often sings) to his guests without ever looking at his watch.
Benigno Soto 9, Madrid, 28002, Spain
Jul 31, 2006
The worst and pricest experience in Madrid. A big fiasco. We paid 600 euros, 6 people for an overcooked rice. And hey! Don`t trust de Nona.One thing: they have the best public relation i have ever seen. How everybody recomends this place?