Manuel Domínguez and Pedro Espinosa work together on a cuisine that places the focus on creativity and updating tradition. Substance and form come together at this restaurant with two floors. The tasting menu (with or without wine pairing) is a good way to get an introduction to their work.
Eduardo Dato, 7
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 1.30pm-3pm, 8.30pm-11pm|
|Transport:||Rubén Darío (M: L5)|
Average User Rating
5 / 5
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Manuel Dominguez has done it. His first Michelin star has arrived, and deservedly so. Lua was completely refurbished last year with two distinct ambiences in its two floors: upstairs is casual and tall tables for a "tapas menu" and downstairs is the proper restaurant where to savour sophisticated cuisine d'auteur . From Pulpo da feira (octopus) typical of his Galician upbringing to mollejas de cordero o rabo de toro to mention few delicacies. The service is excellent too.
If you are lucky (or know someone, hush, hush) Manuel has a private lounge by the kitchen for intimate events and special guests. A treat.