Restaurante Casa Salvador

Top 1% of restaurants in Madrid
7 / 10

6 expert reviews

“Since 1941, locals have been coming to the ‘Saviour’ for lashings of hearty Madrid cooking, and among them are plenty of bullfighting aficionados and toreros.”

– Lonely Planet

Time Out Time Out
"You'll find good traditional fare – lentil soup, 'revueltos' (concoctions with scrambled egg, often with seafood or asparagus), 'solomillo' (beef) with fries – but the real treat is the atmosphere." Full review
Rough Guide Rough Guide
"Chueca mainstay with bullfighting decor and dishes such as rabo de toro (bull’s tail), gallina en pepitoria (chicken in almond sauce) and arroz con leche (rice pudding)."
Frommer's Frommer's
"The food is as simple and unaffected as the atmosphere is overwhelming. House specialties include a delicious soupy casserole of white beans and ham. " Full review
Fodor's Fodor's
"Whether you approve of bullfighting or not, the culinary excellence of Casa Salvador—a checkered-tablecloth, taurine-themed restaurant that opened in 1941—isn't up for debate." Full review
Frommer's Frommer's
"Too bad Hemingway isn’t around to eat at Casa Salvador. The place is a total immersion in Andalucían decor and the cult of the bullfight, with the great matadors staring mournfully from..." Full review