Las mesas de Vanessa

In love with dining out – Madrid

DokiDoki

Although it literally means heartbeat, Doki Doki is usually used to refer to the heart beating in a love relationship. Thats what I felt when I tasted the nigiri, amazing rice, … Sigue leyendo

junio 1, 2015 · Deja un comentario

Viridiana

Viridiana (besides a Luis Buñuel movie) is a signature restaurant owned by Abraham García, one of the top Spanish chefs. It’s a classic, more than 30 years offerings his personal cuisine, and … Sigue leyendo

enero 19, 2015 · Deja un comentario

Diverxo

In November 2009, Michelin awarded Diverxo their first Michelin star, in 2011, the second, and in November 2013, the third, and it’s surprising as it’s an atypical restaurant, non-traditional, non-luxury, … Sigue leyendo

junio 5, 2014 · Deja un comentario

Punto MX

Punto MX makes you change your mind about the Mexican cuisine as you understood it. It’s the only restaurant I know that conceives Mexican food as a fine delicatessen, traditional and … Sigue leyendo

marzo 14, 2014 · 2 comentarios

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

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