Time Out says
Posted: Thu May 1 2014
Truly postmodern, this place is outrageously kitsch but with a pop art sensibility that saves it from crossing over too far into tackiness. The fake fur, Star Wars pictures and the faux-cool 1970s psychedelia hang together surprisingly well, and there's a pleasant anything-goes music policy that brings all kinds of sounds from acid jazz to house to soul. The crowd, slightly older and with less to prove, tend to chill out in the easy-going vibe, so the armchairs are a constant temptation, and are always conducive to romantic encounters. Plaid shirts and beers abound in this alternative Malasaña establishment.
Tupperware Corredera Alta de San Pablo, 26