Fodor's Expert Review Casa Paco
Packed with madrileños downing Valdepeñas wine, this Castilian tavern, with its zinc-top bar and tiled walls, wouldn't have looked out of place a century ago; indeed, it opened in 1933. Warm up with the city's best rendition of sopa de ajo, garlic soup crowned with a poached egg, and then feast on thick slabs of Spanish beef chuletones, served medium rare and sizzling.
Pl. Puerta Cerrada 11
Madrid, Madrid 28005, Spain
- Ornate wooden zinc-topped bar
- Rustic Valdepeñas wine
- City\'s best garlic soup