I ate in this reastaurant two years ago, and I came back to Madrid last week knowing I would have eaten there at least twice. The location is quite shabby, with spots on the walls and not-so-clean tables. However, the furniture really sets the mood, and the food is SPECTACULAR. I had the same as my first time here: pastela to share and couscous with chicken and raisins. I also tried a few more plates and I recommend this place to anyone with a love for spices and sweet-and-sour food. The prices are good enough, and hands down worth the sensorial experience. Amazing!
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