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Ástor

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#17 of 29863 places to eat in Madrid
ClosedOpens at 20:30
Mediterranean, Spanish, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 15-51 €
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Calle del Almendro, 9
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Not only should Cava Alta be visited, but also Ástor. This restaurant offers its clients Mediterranean and Spanish cuisines. If hungry, come here for perfectly cooked mushroom risotto, octopus and flank steaks. On the menu, you can select tasty chocolate pie, ricotta cheesecakes and gâteau. Order delicious Mimosas, amaretto or Sangria, it's a must when visiting Ástor. You may come across comments that cortado is great here.

This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Pay average prices for eating at this spot. You will definitely appreciate the spectacular atmosphere and divine decor. The average rating is 5 on TripAdvisor.

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Excellent restaurant!! If i had the option to rate it with 10 stars, i would. Every dish is a whole world of tastes. We took the cheeses tasting, tartar salmon and the risoto. In addition, the staff are super friendly and the prices are more than fair. We had the whole meal with 2 glasses of wine and ice cream for less than 50 Euros. Best value for money.
It was our first restaurant when we arrived in Madrid and we did not have a reservation but they gave us a table anyway. It was so lovely, the food is fresh and really tasty. The restaurant is lovely and so is the staff. It was our best restaurant in Madrid.
An unassuming little, quiet street with an explosion of ambience and flavor once you walk through the doors.  We lucked-out and snagged the last table for 2 around 8:45pm (with no reservation).  Others were being turned away and told they could come back at 10:30pm.  Some old, calming jazz was playing in the background and dim lighting, warm heater (December so it was COLD outside) - gave this a nice, relaxing, rustic feel (but not OLD at all).  To start we had the grilled  provolone appetizer...so dang good.  The tomatoes helped take the edge off the cheese making it a perfect combination.  Small and almost 2 much for 2 ppl but we did almost eat it all.  Next up was the ceviche, which I wasn't going to try due to a queasy stomach (unrelated to dinner)...but wow...once I had one bite I couldn't help myself.  The batter (yes it was fried - not raw like back in the US) and combination of spicy pepper and the tartar sauce, the vinegary goodness of the onions made this dish A-mazing.  I would go back someday just for the ceviche appetizer.  The fries we had with our steak were mucho good!  ; ).  I love steak and wanted to love the steak here more but I just couldn't.  I don't do fat and the meat, while tender and flavorful was more fatty than I could handle - so the hubby ate it.  The service was personal and attentive without being intrusive.  They also asked if I spoke English and when I said yes, they insisted on speaking English even though the hubby can speak Spanish.  They wanted to be sure I could understand as well.  I thought this was very nice of them.  All night I kept watching these cute little drinks being served out of the bar to the various tables in the restaurant.  Later I learned they finish off everyone's meals with exquisite Amaretto Sour drinks...don't skip this no matter how full you are!  The espresso here was lovely as well.  Hats off to the owners, chefs and staff - we enjoyed our experience  so much!
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Calle del Almendro, 9, Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
Features
Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 14:00-16:00, 20:30-00:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 20:30-00:00
WednesdayWed 14:00-16:00, 20:30-00:00
ThursdayThu 14:00-16:00, 20:30-00:00
FridayFri 14:00-16:00, 20:30-00:00
SaturdaySat 14:00-16:00, 20:30-00:00

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