Too bad Hemingway isn’t around to eat at Casa Salvador. The place is a total immersion in Andalucían decor and the cult of the bullfight, with the great matadors staring mournfully from photos and paintings covering the walls. The food is as simple and unaffected as the atmosphere is overwhelming. House specialties include a delicious soupy casserole of white beans and ham. If the bullfight pictures don’t put you off, opt for oxtail (rabo de toro) or a gristly but flavorful sirloin steak.
Restaurante Casa Salvador
Calle Barbieri, 12
Our Rating Neighborhood Gran Vía, Chueca & Malasaña Hours Mon 1:30–4pm, Tue–Thurs 1:30–4pm and 8:30–11pm, Fri–Sat 1:30–4pm and 8:30–11:30pm; closed Sun. Closed Holy Week. Transportation Metro: Chueca Phone 91-521-45-24 Prices Entrees 12€–30€. Set menu 25€. Cuisine Type SPANISH/ANDALUCÍAN Web site Restaurante Casa Salvador
MapCalle Barbieri, 12 Madrid
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