Just a block from a Fuencarral street that embodies youthful and rebellious energy, this place has an industrial vibe enhanced by the exposed pipes of the beer tanks. It has a varied menu that includes chicken and pork burritos but the highlights here are the small tapas casis ("almost"), as in falling short of a whole meal: dinner rolls filled with all sorts of ingredients such as calamari and alioli, a cod omelet, marinated pork with pungent Asturian cheese, and
even strawberries with cream cheese. The bar has a much sought-after quiet terrace in the back where you can indulge in a cold glass of Galician beer or, if in a more daring mood, an unusual mojito—with the owners' homemade herb liquor.
Pérez Galdós 4, Madrid, 28004, Spain