Intensive 20-/30-hour per week courses cost €155/235 per week.
The extraordinary tiled facade (the 1928 work of Alfonso Romero, who was responsible for the tile work in Madrid’s Plaza de Toros) of...
La Casa del Abuelo
The ‘House of the Grandfather’ is an ageless, popular place, which recently passed its centenary. The traditional order here is a chato ...
Callejón de Álvarez Gato 3 · interesting places nearby
Las Bravas information
Las Bravas has long been the place for a caña (small glass of beer) and the best patatas bravas (fried potatoes with a spicy tomato sauce; €3.50) in town. In fact, their version of the bravas sauce is so famous that they patented it. Other good orders include calamares (calamari) and oreja a la plancha (grilled pig’s ear). The antics of the bar staff are enough to merit a stop, and the distorting mirrors are a minor Madrid landmark. Elbow your way to the bar and be snappy about your orders.