LE COCO

Restaurant

At First, you are attracted by the light blue restaurant front in the Calle de Barbieri. The decoration made of wood and pastel colors is both modern and welcoming and is an invitation to enter the establishment. However, it is the menu that seems like a delight to you. The multitude of starters you can share is the best way to practice the Madrileña way of “tapear” with delicacy and originality.

 

Gyozas lovers, you will not be disappointed! We recommend you to try them, they are delicious, crusty and served with their soya sauce. Their courses are less sophisticated, so we encourage you to try different starters! By the way, it seems that “Pan y Aperitivo” is one of Le Coco’s specialties since almost all clients are usually ordering it while waiting for their main courses to be served. If you are still not full or if you are just a food lover it is time for dessert! We were seduced by their chocolate mousse going along with its watering can of passion fruit coulis! 

 

This restaurant is the perfect place to have a such a nice night around a big table of friends or a cozy moment with your crush.

Written by Leandra Camus.

Calle de Barbieri 15, 28004

 

Metro: Chueca

Open every day from 9 am to 12 pm