Their Iberian cold cuts, the La Serena cake and the scrambled eggs with gorgeous 'morcilla' (black pudding) give away that the owners are from Extremadura. The board hanging on the wall shows off a diverse menu ranging from classic tapas to international cuisine: croquettes, nachos with guacamole, meat pies, quiche, meatballs, marinated salmon, hummus... They have a small dining area, a terrace that's a must in summer and a busy bar. Loads of clients come back thanks to the beers that flow, the food and the cheerful service.
|Venue name:||Donde da la Vuelta el Viento||Contact:|
Mesón de Paredes, 81
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 1pm-5pm, 7pm-1am; Fri 1pm-5pm, 7pm-2am; Sat noon-5pm, 7pm-2am; Sun noon-6pm|
|Transport:||Embajadores (M: L3), Lavapiés (M: L3)|