Viridiana

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8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“A quirky top-class restaurant where Abraham García serves experimental cuisine and offers arguably the city’s best Spanish wine list. Dress as you like. Closed Sun.”

– Insight Guides

Fodor's
"The wine choices can be overwhelming, so ask for help, and save room for one of the creative desserts such as the sheep's milk pannacota with berry sauce." Full review
Frommer's
"Viridiana -- named after the 1961 Luis Buñuel film classic -- is widely regarded as one of the finest restaurants of Madrid." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Owned by self-taught chef and film historian Abraham García, this small Mediterranean restaurant is named after a 1961 Luis Buñuel movie." Full review
Zagat
4.5
"Chef-owner Abraham García, the “dean” of “inspired” International cooking for over 20 years, is “still going strong” with his “ingenious, original” cuisine." Full review
Rough Guide
"A bizarre temple of Madrid nueva cocina (new cuisine), decorated with photos from Luis Buñuel’s film of the same name and offering mouthwatering creations, plus a superb selection of wines."
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