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In Madrid there is a wide range of restaurants where you can eat very well, but choosing just one of them for a romantic evening or to declare your love is not easy. Here is a selection of some of the most remarkable cozy and intimate restaurants in the capital. Their dishes can be tasted, discussed and savored in a unique, intimate and welcoming setting.

Beautiful Mondo

Located at Calle Velázquez 39, this spectacular trattoria has recently opened its doors in Madrid to bring a hybrid proposal between the Italian gastronomic tradition and typical Spanish ingredients such as pork or beef, recognized internationally for their quality. The result is gourmet cuisine with the best value for money.

Its austerely adorned façade with the names of the places and a few pretty flowers gives visitors no idea of ​​what awaits them when they walk through its doors: a 900 m2 room very meticulously divided into different spaces, each with its own clean mind, offering a new experience with each visit. The first thing you see is the striking neon that has become one of its most photographed spots, but Bel Mondo is full of cozy nooks for any type of occasion.

For example, the bar room decorated with 30,000 vintage vinyl records is perfect for a cocktail as a couple or with friends. But for a romantic date, your patio is the perfect place. It is surrounded by beautiful colorful flowers as well as pergolas, there is even a space called the tunnel of love, more intimate and decorated with plants.

Some of the most recommended dishes in Bel Mondo are “Croquestar”, “burrata dolce” or “papardelle with lamb stew”, among many others. For dessert, the “Te queso mucho” cake or the “tiramisú” are two winning dishes.



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Saporem has two charming establishments in the Chueca neighborhood (Hortaleza street, 74) and in the Las Letras neighborhood (Ventura de la Vega street, 5) which are perfect for a romantic date thanks to their charming decoration and cozy atmosphere. Both have an interior patio decorated with garlands of light bulbs, glass and rattan that give it a special magic. The Saporem terrace in the Las Letras neighborhood is a little bigger, so there’s more space for a band to play live music from Wednesday to Saturday.

As for the menu, we should mention that it is quite complete and offers creative proposals based on dishes from Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist. The Saporem salad, the chicken and mango rolls or the signature pizzas, among many other dishes, are highly recommended. As for desserts, highlight their homemade carrot, red velvet and chocolate cakes.


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The finishing touch to this experience at this wonderful restaurant in central Madrid is provided by the delicious menu of classic and signature cocktails they offer. A few examples are their cava and strawberry sangrias, bonsai, old fashioned or madame cuervo.

Modern Indian cuisine in Bangalore

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Located at 63 Diego de León Street in Bangalore, they present the best Indian dishes with an original touch, which will not leave any palate indifferent. To make the experience of this journey of flavors in India more complete, they have created a beautiful garden with a multitude of plants, marble tables, sophisticated tapestries and pai pai type lamps reminiscent of Asia.

The restaurant is divided into two floors: the first faces the street and has a bar area, while the second is on the ground floor where they have included a small patio with plants. The result is an elegant haven of peace, an oasis in which to rest and let yourself be carried away by the senses in very good company.

Bangalore’s menu is varied and comprehensive. It is dominated by curry dishes (“Chicken Korma”, “Chicken Tikka Masala”, “Lamb Madras”, “Salmon Balti”) and vegetables, among which the Bengen Masala, aubergines with spices and spicy sauce stand out. To always accompany a Pilau and Naan rice and to finish with a fresh and sweet touch, nothing better than a Mango Lassi. The most undecided have a tasting menu that allows them to test the best of the menu without giving up.



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On Calle Padre Claret 1, in the Prosperidad district, is Ottica, a restaurant with a young and open spirit that is reflected in its menu and decoration. With a modern and avant-garde style, the materials and colors used offer a very warm feeling that predisposes diners to enjoy a fun evening accompanied by good music that does not disturb to have a conversation.

Key to its success is its commitment to quality raw materials at reasonable prices. The menu is very varied since it is made up of around forty dishes to choose from, the starters being real wonders to share as well. One of her star dishes is the pink Russian salad, perfect for going viral on social media. Also not to be missed are the chicken and vegetable gyozas with kimuchi mayonnaise.

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