La Trucha: "Tapas, Typical dishes and Seafood" La Trucha Tip by vanessadb
La Trucha, Madrid: 2 reviews and 2 photos
I can farely say that La Trucha was part of my growing up as it is my mother's favourite and she would always bring me here. The food is excellent and I love the atmosphere: the upper street level has a bar with arched ceiling, whitewashed walls and an Andalusian tavern-like ambience; my personal favourite, perfect for a delicious tapeo. But if you're in the mood for a more proper table-sitting dinner you can also head to the downstairs dining room.
La Trucha is very well-known and reservations are recommended. Also, if this branch turns out to be too crowded, there's another Trucha at Núñez de Arce 6, Metro Sol (ph: 91-532-08-82).
Favorite Dish: The tapas in the bar are my favourite but
there is a complete a la carte menu including typical Spanish dishes and all kinds of seafood.
Here are some recommendations:
verbenas de ahumados (a selection of smoked delicacies)
fabada (stew made with beans, Galician ham, black sausage, and smoked bacon) and for the more adventurous rabo de toro (home-style oxtail)!
Address: Manuel Fernández y González 38-33
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Near Plaza De Las Cortés. Metro Sevilla
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