Con Dos Fogones
Antiguo Cuartel del Conde Duque
This grand former barracks dominates Conde Duque on the western fringe of Malasaña with its imposing, recently restored facade...
Plaza de España
It’s hard to know what to make of this curiously unprepossessing square. The 1953 Edificio de España (Spain Building) on the northeast...
El Jardín Secreto
‘The Secret Garden’ is intimate and romantic in a barrio that’s one of Madrid’s best-kept secrets. Lit by Spanish designer candles,...
El Rey de Tallarines
This is one of Madrid’s longest-standing and best-loved Asian restaurants; it’s been here so long its décor has come to resemble a...
Con Dos Fogones information
Lonely Planet review
Con Dos Fogones is cool and classy, with bright colours softly lit by designer lamps. The food is everything from salads and hamburgers to great slabs of Argentine beef with plenty of unexpected twists, like brie tempura or cod pâté. The word on the street is that quality has recently taken a downward turn, but we reckon they're still worth a look.