Numa Pompilio, Salamanca
Set on Calle de?Vel¨¢zquez?and named after the second king of Rome, this?place?evokes a sense of the past with its impeccably decorated interior, overseen by a bust of the Roman leader,?and?sprawling gardens outside. Order the freshly made pasta, and the home-made ice cream ¨C blood orange, hazelnut and white peppermint.
Address:?Numa Pompilio, Calle de Vel¨¢zquez 18, 28001, Salamanca, Madrid
Just a few steps?from?the grand Puerta de Alcal¨¢ arch,?this restaurant?combines?inventive Philippe Starck design ¨C Renaissance-inspired artwork, blackboard-and-chalk graffiti, golden chandeliers ¨C with the cutting-edge food of?Juan Mari Arzak. Highlights include the cannabis salad, oxtail with rosemary and glazed endives, and roasted pigeon with passionfruit water.
Address: Ramses, Puerta de Alcal¨¢,?Plaza Independencia 4, 28001, Salamanca, Madrid