This appealing Andaluz tavern is popular with Spanish families visiting Madrid, so getting a table can be a challenge. But you can enjoy a glass of manzanilla from the barrel with a saucer of olives while you wait or opt to eat standing at the bar. Everything looks just as you’d imagine a typical Spanish taberna: stone walls, tiled panels, wooden stools, and sherry glasses slotted into racks. The only concession to modernity is the brightly colored laminated menu, supplementing the chalkboard suggestions. Almendritos are little rolls, Roscas larger rings of bread for sharing, filled with a selection of ham and sausage, black pudding (morcilla), and sheep’s cheese. For something more substantial, the tortilla with caramelized onions is delicious.