Las mesas de Vanessa

In love with dining out – Madrid

Oribu Gastrobar

Oribu means olive in Japanese, it describe perfectly what this gastrobar is: a perfect mix between Spanish and Japanese flavors. There are 3 lounges, the entrance with tall tables and … Sigue leyendo

abril 16, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Nakeima

Nakeima really offers a remarkable food experience, they call themselves a freestyle Asian food restaurant, and it’s true,  I’d also say it’s a casual bar that serve high level gourmet Asian tapas in an … Sigue leyendo

abril 11, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Yugo – Sushi & Kobe

I discovered this take away Japanese restaurant reading Jose Carlos Capel’s blog, although it’s just a walk from my place. I don’t usually like take away Japanese food, but this … Sigue leyendo

febrero 12, 2014 · 1 comentario

Bazaar

Are you looking for a pretty, casual, good price, mediterranean but asian influenced restaurant in Chueca for lunch? Bazaar is perfect! I’d rather lunch than dinner because of the great … Sigue leyendo

enero 29, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Vilalúa

Vilalua is a “pulpería”, a traditional Galician restaurant specialized in octopus, “a la gallega”, it means boiled with paprika and cachelos (boiled potatoes), its inseparable side dish. Pulpo is Vilalúas core, … Sigue leyendo

enero 28, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Caripén Bistró

Caripen is a classic, it’s a must of the Madrid nights besides it’s a typical french bistró. The place was the former Lola Flores tablao flamenco, and it still keep … Sigue leyendo

enero 14, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Kabuki Wellington

Michelin starred restaurant Kabuki Wellington deserves a place in Las Mesas de Vanessa, so I went there for the first time with a 5 star woman as hostess. Japanese ikebana … Sigue leyendo

diciembre 20, 2013 · Deja un comentario