The speciality of this diminutive bar is the 'pincho Los Madriles', with red pepper and anchovies. Also worth trying are the tuna and prawn pinchos, the fried potatoes and the 'callos' (tripe delicacy). Decorated with hundreds of black-and-white photos of its regulars as kids, this old-style bar can get a bit cramped, but there are tables outside in summer.
|Venue name:||Taberna los Madriles|
José Abascal, 26
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-midnight; closed Sun|
|Transport:||Alonso Cano (M: L7)|