Triball is the most fashionable district of Madrid and is also home to the most innovative restaurants in the city. The cuisine of Malasaña is as wide as the type of people walking the streets, from groups of friends with their dogs and bicycles to couples looking for a quiet corner to enjoy a glass of wine. Local modern, chic atmosphere with open kitchen every day. You can eat for less than ten euros or spend a chunk at a restaurant with class in this neighborhood everything is possible.
Beside the vaunted Triball area, Clarita is small restaurant and usually filled weekends by the huge influx of people visiting the neighborhood. Here you can start the night biting something or reserving a table for casual dining. They offer twenty dishes ranging from a creamy mushroom risotto seasonals, good portions of ceviche, pulpo a la brasa served with potatoes and mango sauce or teriyaki/sesami tuna steak. Flavors are right on. Desserts like a pastry dish with dulce de leche ice cream or the Tatín Clarita with apple, crispy edge, caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. Everything ready to be shared.
Great dinner deal for Clarita. This is not just a regular run-of-the-mill bar. In the back of the bar there is a giant salon with ample seating space. The restaurant is accessible for wheelchair users.
Service is delightful, perfectly attentive and always smiling. The service definitely adds the dining experience.
This is an accessible and adapted restaurant for people with disabilities and limited mobility. Access allowed to mobility scooters users. Hire your mobility scooter at Accessible Madrid (www.accessiblemadrid.com) to wander through this beautiful part of the city. If you are a disabled traveller and you plan to visit visit Madrid, please contact Accessible Madrid and we will be pleased to offer you a broad range of tailor-made adapted activities (in Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Salamanca, etc..)
Corredera Baja de San Pablo, 19 28004 Madrid
Average price: 25€
Tel: +34 915 22 80 70