Under the arches, on Paseo Isabel II number 2 is where you will find Manolete. Red tablecloths with white polka dots and small potted plants dress up your deck tables. Inside, a mix of materials and colors that match and combine to bring life to this comfortable and enjoyable space. The perfect place to enjoy some relaxing tapas.
The menu isn’t exactly extensive, however all of the raw materials are of the highest quality. Excellent handling and carefully selected products make Manolete the perfect place to have an aperitif, dinner, or to have a nice chat.
To wet the appetite, try the crustini with Iberian ham and melted brie cheese or the muffin with ham and fried egg cooked at low temperature. For those who opt for meat, go for the steak tartar with sliced toast. If in the mood for seafood, try the spicy “tiradito” fish. For the sweet tooth we recommend lemon pie topped with flambéed merengue or the house version of “bread and chocolate, oil and salt.” The dessert of champions.
That said, Manolete aims to become the new meeting point for sharing a table and enjoying a glass of wine in good company. The neighborhood is also an up-and-comer when it comes to cuisine. Stay tuned!
93 315 80 74
Average price: 25 euros.
Hours: Monday through Saturday from 9:30 to 3:00 am and Sunday from 11:00 to 19:00.
Text and photos: Marta Parera
Translation: Brett Piron