Time Out says
First you need to know about two noteworthy bits of information that are also closely linked: the curiosity that the biggest supporter of this project, Javi Estévez, was a contestant on 'Top Chef'; and, probably a bigger deal as far as the menu itself is concerned, is that this young and more-than-competent chef lives by and for offal. He dignifies it, updates it and presents it with a contemporary flavour that manages to lighten up all the preconceived ideas of those who aren't accustomed to dining on this sort of cuisine: brains, trotters, tails, tongue, gizzards and, of course, tripe. His singular approach attracts offal newbies to a type of food that's always been around in Madrid, although perhaps not so visible. The young team in the kitchen and dining room have helped turn this gastronomic offering into a space that's entertaining and well-executed. You can really appreciate their enthusiasm and mastery of raw materials. If you've ever been tempted to explore this culinary universe, this is the perfect place to dive in.
Duque de Sesto, 48
|Transport:||Goya (M: L2, L4)|
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