Open now 10:00 - 00:00
$$$$ Price range per person 11-21 €
Calle de Moratín, 19, Madrid
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Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain

Convento de las Trinitarias Descalzas de San Ildefonso is a must to visit after tasty meals at this bar. If you want to try Mediterranean and Venezuelan dishes, take your chance and come to Cacao. You can always degust good spanish tapas, grilled octopus and jamon at this place. The cooks here prepare tasty lemon pie, gâteau and mille-feuille. This spot offers you delicious white sangria, house wine or cordial. According to the visitors' opinions, waiters offer great americano, lemonade or juice.

This bar is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Here you will pay democratic prices. There is a charming ambiance and divine decor at Cacao. This place has achieved 4.5 on the Trip site.

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We were there with a little boy and my wife, and the Barman who also said that is the owner gave us a poor service while we were about to sit and I request him for a baby child and he just put it on the floor and not on the table. Anyway, we decided to go because of the poor service that we received
Awesome.  The best sangria I've ever had.   Octopus was amazing, and the staff was super friendly.
We came to Cacao Restobar in our third night in Madrid. Service: Our server was incredibly attentive, polite, and knowledgeable. He seemed genuinely concerned with navigating us to the best plates on the menu. These attributes are always commendable, and especially so in Spain, where service--even at high-end establishments--is often poor. Food: We opted for the prawns to start--these were an excellent choice. The prawns were delicious in their own right, and the garlic broth in which they sat on accentuated their flavor. We also ordered the octopus risotto--the risotto was well-cooked, and the octopus well-seasoned--as well as the pabellón criollo. Having grown up with Venezuelan cuisine, the pabellón did not disappoint. Overall: An excellent choice for anyone looking for seafood and/or Venezuelan food in Madrid. Great service and delicious and authentic food. Given that the place is owned, run, and staffed almost entirely by Venezuelans, there are no surprises here!
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Calle de Moratín, 19, Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
Takeaway Booking Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi TV No delivery No outdoor seating
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:00-00:00
MondayMon 10:00-00:00
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 10:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 10:00-00:00
FridayFri 10:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 10:00-00:00

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