Casa de las Siete Chimeneas
A block northwest of the Plaza de la Cibeles is the Casa de las Siete Chimeneas, a 16th-century mansion that takes its name from the...
Mercado de la Reina Gin Club
In this area of Madrid known for its classy cocktails, this gin club fits right in. But unlike other choices nearby – eg Bar Cock , Del...
La Paella de la Reina
Madrid is not renowned for its paella (Valencia is king in that regard), but Valencianos who can’t make it home are known to frequent La...
Lonely Planet review
Sua is the height of softly lit sophistication and cooking that provides a new slant on nouvelle cuisine. Dishes are organised around four temperatures – 25°C, 50°C, 75°C and -2°C (desserts) – and it draws its inspiration from the Basque Country, Spain’s hothouse for culinary innovation. The service is faultless and adept at helping you negotiate your way through the menu, but we suggest the €36 menú de degustación (tasting menu) , which gradually increases the temperature.