On the last evening of our weekend in Madrid, I wanted somewhere to meet our friends, somewhere that was close to our hotel in central Plaza Santa Ana but that was open on a Sunday and wasn't too expensive as we'd already blown our weekend budget.
It's a small, modern tapas bar in the middle of a very touristy area. I'm told that there are very few good restaurants in this area, this might be one of the few exceptions.
We ate alone, as at about 7pm our friends couldn't even think about eating for another three hours. (We still ate dinner later, this was just to keep us going).
First was some complimentary paté.