Adolfo Muñoz, the inventive chef who brought Toldeo out of the dark ages for dining, opened this gourmet restaurant on the sixth floor of CentroCentro in early 2012. When the weather’s good, he also serves a bar menu on the terrace with deals like a burger, fries, and drink for 11€. But gourmets flock to the elegant indoor dining room for Muñoz’s creative twists on La Manchan classics, like partridge two ways (stewed with tempranillo red wine sauce and roasted with sherry sauce) or roast leg of lamb with mountain herbs and pisto Manchego—a Spanish version of ratatouille with roasted tomatoes, eggplant, and squash seasoned with sherry vinegar.
Restaurante Palacio de Cibeles
Plaza de Cibeles, 1
Our Rating Neighborhood Arts District and Paseos Hours Daily 1–4pm; Mon–Sat 10pm–midnight Transportation Metro: Banco de España Phone 91-523-14-54 Prices Main courses 25€–33€; terrasse midday menu 16€ Cuisine Type Spanish Web site Restaurante Palacio de Cibeles Other Reservations required
MapPlaza de Cibeles, 1 Madrid
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