By
Ariana Díaz Celma

LaCcava is in the heart of Old Madrid, a place that will take you on a tour around the world’s gastronomy in a coquettish and original space with great background music. Its unique decoration stands out for its recycled furniture on a floor covered with hydraulic tiles and for its bare brick walls. The space is divided into different areas.

At the entrance there is a bar with a wide selection of delicious coffees and cocktails, especially gin and tonics, with over 30 gins and more than 10 kinds of tonics. This area boasts ancient seats of Indian cinemas, seat from a Fokker aircraft and a Classic Mini Cooper back seat turned into a comfortable sofa. Here the menu is casual, inspired by the street food: gourmet burgers with zebra meat with fresh grilled foie grilled accompanied by onion rings and smoked potatoes.

On the ground floor there are three vaulted cellars, one of them reserved for private events and the other two for the restaurant. The menu here is truly international, with flavours from around the world: Venezuelan arepas, Tunisian tabouleh, Italian caprese salad, Portuguese golden cod, or Greek moussaka, as well as Spanish dishes including chocolate-cooked boned oxtail with caramelized potatos. To finish the evening, enjoy one of their homemade cakes, especially the carrot cake with black chocolate.

Lunch or dinner at LaCcava is about 25 euros per person. On weekends they serve British-style brunch. LaCcava is the perfect option to have a snack at La Latina.

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  • Address: C/ Segovia 8 Madrid