Discover Restaurants offering the best International food in Brunete, Spain including El Quinto Sabor, Las Cuevas del Principe, Hotel Don Angel, El Kiosko Boadilla, Nuevo Fogon, La Boheme Coffee Shop Navalcarnero
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4 based on 156 reviews
THE BOTTOM LINE ... Be surprised by a modern and original place with bohemian aesthetic thanks to a Parisian decor reflected in its minimalist and modern furnishings. Discover La Boheme Coffee Shop, Moulin Rouge Navalcarnero!
Friendly people. Wonderful big steak , sides for menu lunch were so good. It's nice to find a Spanish restaurant with the typical food and also some new flavors. I'm looking forward to coming back!
4 based on 703 reviews
Despite the typically Spanish late opening times it was well worth the wait. The mains are great and the deserts are spectacular. Decent drinks menu. Hip decor and cool tunes playing in the background. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
3 based on 148 reviews
We came with family and we enjoyed every minute. Nice dishes and tasty and not expensive at all.We'll definetly come back Thank you so much :) See you soon!
We stopped at the Hotel Don Angel for lunch on a very warm day in the summer of 2015, only to have the worst meal ever, I found hair in my food. I will not be going back.
4 based on 367 reviews
We had our small unofficial wedding dinner there just for 5 people. As it was Tuesday we were alone in the cueva and there was another dinner on the main floor. We took the set menu and it was absolutely delicious. The quality was outstanding. We drank rose Vida which is our favourite since that day :). Big thank you for the lady who attended us. She even brought us a surprise wedding tiramisu :) We will definitely come back again and again... Highly recommended place!
4 based on 157 reviews
Alta Cocina Internacional
This reservation, set-menu only place is a secret worth preserving. I learnt of it a year ago, but every time I thought of going it was either the wrong date or too late. Frankly, its location in a non-descriptive industrial park next to a Mercadona and a Chinese bazaar didnât help. A pity we missed it for so long. We booked thru eltenedor.com and, at that time, the only option was a 12-course tasting menu for 55 euros, which sounded pricey and a bit pretentiousÂ¬. But frankly, at that price it is a steal, well worth double that in a downtown setting. I guess the food could be described as Spanish with Japanese influences, Peruvian touches and French preparation. Everything was finely presented, deliciously cooked and packed with contrasting and surprising aromas. But for me, the starters (entrantes) really stood out: The âMacarÃ³n de Cacao, Crema BalsÃ¡mica, Anchoa del CantÃ¡brico y Mentaâ were otherwordly. Iâve tried to replicate them by using the very best anchovies from SantoÃ±a then adding fresh mint leaves and a pinch of Mexican cocoa but failed at the nuance. The âCarpaccio de Anticucho de Ciervo, Remolacha y Helado Casero de Boletusâ were without any doubt the very best anticuchos Iâve ever tried. And IÂ´m still wondering in amazement about the secrets behind the crunchy sucking pig in the âLo Mejor de la Granjaâ or the smoked duck in the âArroz Meloso de Calasparra con Solomillo de Pato Ahumado y Agridulce de Lima y Cilantroâ.The entrees (platos) were excellent but not quite as surprising or bold as the starters. I particularly liked the âLubina a la Brasa con salsa de LimÃ³n y EstragÃ³n, Patata Rosa, Boniato, Berros y Encurtidos de Rabanitosâ, fresh and cooked to perfection. Follow the waiterâs recommendation and do not leave the skin behind, it is sublime.The desserts (postres) were a bit disconcerting. The âPaseo por Italiaâ was sweet and tasty, well manufactured and imaginatively presented. But frankly a tomato and mozzarella salad doesnât excite me neither in person nor re-incarnated in dessert-like deconstruction.Overall a memorable experience, well worth Michelin-level credentials. Go and taste before recognition comes and prices go up.
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