In a former mansion that was once home to the newspaper 'El Imparcial' in the early 20th century, you'll find this gastronomic and cultural space just a few steps from the Tirso de Molina and next to the Rastro. There's a shop where you can get international press, household goods and home decor, and artist and coffee table books. In the spacious and tastefully decorated restaurant, tables share the spotlight with long sofas and large windows that flood the cosy dining room with light. The menu features traditional dishes such as oxtail croquettes, 'patatas bravas' and calamari sandwiches as well as international cuisine such as Norwegian salmon sashimi, rigatoni au gratin, and even their own version of the Big Mac. It's practically impossible not to find something you'll like.