Recently I discovered La Tagliatella, an Italian restaurant very nice and a good price for lunch with co-workers, stay with friends or eating with children. Also think it me highly recommended for young people, because the relationship between quality-quantity – price is very good. It is the typical restaurant big, a little impersonal for my taste, but in which the food is rich, the attentive service and served quickly. The Charter, although it is based on pasta, is extremely varied. Most of the dishes is based on fresh pasta to which you can add different ingredients.
Also include salads, typical Italian antipasti, various risottos and some meats. I was having lunch with a friend a few days ago and the site is quite nice. We take a pizza four cheeses and fusilli to the basilico with tarufo funghi. The two things we liked. Struck me that account presented it with the total quantity, as in all the restaurants, and then appears the amount divided by the number of guests.
I think it’s a detail very useful, because it is the sort of place to go to eat in group – in fact during the week is filled with people from the offices of around – and in these cases will each typically pay for theirs. As for gangs of youngsters, the clarification, leftovers. They also support the restaurant checks. This small restaurant is undoubtedly one of the best Italian restaurants in Madrid. They prepare an excellent homemade pasta that you can buy also in its delicatessenpara store cooking at home.Simple and elegant decor in an intimate atmosphere with a terrace in summer, wine of great quality and high Italian cuisine. Do not forget to try the crepes at the formaggio in white truffle and mushroom sauce. Absolutely stunning. I go back whenever I can while trying to reserve it for special occasions so that you always retain that special look. It is not especially cheap for what is usually pay in other Italian restaurants but the quality justifies the price. There are so many Italian restaurants in Madrid that seems difficult to find one that stands out from the rest. Our favorites are as disparate as Pulcinella, Luigi and the protagonist of this entry: piu di Prima. We came back here a few days ago and why reedit the post we wrote in the summer of 2011. After its former owner, Angelo’s except already not so recent (Gourmet father’s Come Prima, T amero and Parole, Parole) the restaurant has maintained the quality and variety of recipes, as well as the chic, refined atmosphere and something intimate (dimmed lights and the use of wood in the walls, sober and with reminiscences deco decoration) of the dining room. Away from the aesthetic trattoriana and bustle-present in most of the Italian locals of Madrid, this is a best restaurants fashion-minded, to see and be seen, but that the food and service are excellent. Therefore it is equally a very valid choice for romantic dinners. Usually full during the week, both for work at noon meals, as couples and friends (aged 40) dinners in the evenings.