Casa Cruz Review
Trendsetters come and go, but there are few whose food is truly sublime. With its imposing bronze-doored entrance, dim lighting, expanses of mahogany, and cozy banquettes, you'd have to be a bumbling fool not to impress your date here. And yet it's chef Germán Martitegui's kitchen that will really blow your mind, working rabbit medallions into a state of melting tenderness, and pairing delicately crisped morcilla (blood sausage) with jammy fruit. The wine list is huge, and wildly overpriced. The cocktails served up by resident bar maiden Inés de los Santos are the best in the city. This is a place you won't soon forget.
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