What is it? The second restaurant of Madrid-born chef Antonio Oviedo (from 22 Ships). It is a contemporary Spanish fine-dining concept offering a degustation menu focused on seasonal ingredients made with familiar Spanish flavours crafted in innovative cooking techniques.
Why we love it: The menu gives us a glimpse of the chef’s roots and showcases the freshest ingredients sourced from the greater region of Spain, including percebes (gooseneck barnacles), a rare crustacean delicacy from Galicia. Here, you can dine amidst intimate – and historical – surroundings and enjoy elevated Spanish dishes carefully crafted in the open kitchen.
Time Out tip: The best seat in the house is by the bar, where you can watch the theatrical preparation of each dish. This month, catch standout dishes from their seasonal menu featuring new items like the savoury green beans soup Vainas and a new interpretation to their signature percebes dish now served with a gazpachuelo, a soup recipe from Malaga where it's a staple fisherman's dish.