Probably one of the most famous tapas bars in Madrid, and accordingly name-dropped in a song by the Catalan folk singer Serrat, the food here is little changed since the 1950s and still of the highest standard. If your appetite is up to it, try the 'brascada' (sirloin with ham and onions); otherwise there are delicate little canapés of smoked salmon tartare, melted brie and similar treats.
|Venue name:||José Luis|
|Opening hours:||Daily 9am-1pm|
|Transport:||Núñez de Balboa (M: L5, L9)|