Thanks to its style and quality, Piu di Prima has become Madrid’s most fashionable restaurant, with top-quality raw materials?Italian white truffle, for instance?as the key to its success. All details are taken care of: customers can enjoy a careful selection of cocktails and an immaculate dish presentation. The restaurant owner hails from Italy and has managed to instil Piu di Prima spirit with all the exclusiveness of Italian restaurants.
The work of renowned interior designer Lárazo Rosa-Violán, the decoration stands out for its simplicity and elegance. Deep red upholstered chairs are combined with the wooden furniture and black and white photographs. It boasts a large dining area and a smaller one that resembles a library and an informal hall where Milanese aperitifs are served on Thursdays. Since the restaurant has many celebrities among their clientele, there is an exclusive private area for up to 18 people.
The menu features signature traditional dishes including burrata, a creamy kind of cheese that melts in your mouth; Parmesan eggplant or a tasty vitello tonnato. As for pasta, we recommend the penne alla arrabiata and burrata ravioli with truffles. You won’t find pizzas here. Instead there are delicious fish dishes such as turbot with parmesan and sea bass supreme with fennel. Meat enthusiasts have the classic Milanese. To wash all this delicious food down Piu di Prima has a well-stocked Italian wine cellar.
An average meal at Piu di Prima is about 40 Euros.
- Address: C/ Hortaleza, 100 Madrid