Posada de la Villa
Roast Lamb

This wonderfully restored 17th-century posada (inn) is something of a local landmark. It is on the site of one of the oldest inns in the city (dating back to 1642). This street used to be the city limits back then, and so all along this street “Posadas” or inns were created where travelers used to stay. In the 1980s the building was falling apart, and the current owner D. Félix Colomo bought it and restored it to what we have today. The atmosphere is formal, the decoration sombre and traditional (heavy timber and brickwork). This place is specializing in traditional cuisines, like Madrilenian stew cooked in a clay pot over coals and ashes of straw and oak logs or roast lamb cooked in a clay pot in the old Arab oven, Their menu also includes cocido (which usually needs to be pre-ordered), callos (tripe) and sopa de ajo (garlic soup).

C. de la Cava Baja, 9, 28005 Madrid, Spain
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Opening times
Wed: 1:00 - 4:00 pm, 8:00 - 11:30 pm
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