Bar hermano del Rincón de Fogg de Pacífico donde disfrutar de 10 grifos de cerveza artesana nacional. Destacan por sus productos totalmente artesanales. De obligatoria visita si estás por el Barrio de las Letras.
There is little new to say about “El Tigre”. Almost everyone knows it for giving a ton of tapas with a 2.00€ caña. It’s not one of our favorites, because it’s almost impossible to get in, but we recognize that it’s one of the best known tapas bars in Madrid.
Taberna gallega de la que no saldrás decepcionado. Cañas muy baratas y gran variedad de canapés a elegir. Cabe destacar el buen trato recibido. Al estar situado en el centro, suele llenarse de gente con facilidad.
Bar agradable, muy espacioso y limpio. Sin embargo, es difícil de localizar, ya que no se ve desde la calle San Bernardo. Las abundantes tapas y el trato de los camareros hacen de este bar un lugar muy recomendable.
Although it is surrounded by the posh bars of La Latina, Bar Polo remains in the category of a “neighborhood bar”, with tapas that vary depending on the customer and authentic, unwavering service.Rodeado de los escotes masculinos de La Latina, el Bar Polo mantiene su categoría de bar de barrio, con tapas que dependen del […]
A classic bar in the center of Madrid that is sometimes overshadowed by the other popular bars in the area. The cañas are cheap, the tapas are plentiful and the atmosphere is young. Two drawbacks: the quality of the tapas is average and it’s busy during “caña hour” (from 1:30 to 3 p.m.).
A well-poured beer with average tapas. It’s always bursting at the seams with people, but they stand out for their raciones (larger sized tapas that you pay for) and cheap tostas (large toasts with toppings). A bit of fresh air in an area surrounded by touristy bars.
Modern bar with a Galician-Portuguese kitchen, a young atmosphere and quality raciones (large portion tapas that you pay for). The tapas are reasonable, and they have a beer tap at every table so that you can pour your own cañas (not recommended since they will not serve you as many tapas).
There are good quality, albeit small tapas at the bar. Good tortilla (potato omelette) and above all, great deals: 15€ for 10 tercios (33 cl. bottles of beer) with a ración (larger-sized tapa). Furthermore, you can rent out the bar for celebrations and the service is unbeatable.
Just when we thought they had given us a lot of tapas with our first caña, they gave us an additional fried egg per person. Good tapas in a great location. The only downside is that they don’t have cañas, only jarras (mugs of beer).
We liked it a lot. In a good area with quality assorted tapas. Every Friday they serve migas (a sort of bread crumb dish) and paella (a traditional rice dish with vegetables and meat or fish). The beer is a bit expensive.
Perfect for watching soccer. The owner was a journalist in Argentina and he has photos, jerseys and all kinds of souvenirs around the bar. Surprising that in a bar like this, similiar to an Irish pub, they serve good tapas.
Deserves a thorough explanation. It is an unkempt and dirty bar, however, it has a certain charm. Their tapas are the biggest you can find in Madrid although the quality is questionable. We left the bar full of doubt, debating whether or not to never come back or make it a regular.