We had a fabulous meal for 4 at this restaurant. A small, cosy and busy place. We ordered a selection of dishes to share, including the incredibly tasty chickpeas with lobster (garbanzos con bogavante), Galician grelos (chard), cooked anchovies, etc. Everything was of great quality and perfectly timed, as our table was small, serving one shared dish after another like clockwork. For desserts we had Galician filloas ( forgive my spelling) delicious crepes filled with custards and flambé with 'orujo'. The owner/manager was very sweet and everything she recommended was perfect, plus she was polite and friendly. A must go restaurant in Madrid. Make sure you book in advance.