Just a block from Plaza Mayor is a restaurant that claims to be the oldest in the world (and the Guinness Book of World Records agrees). Under the wood-beamed ceiling that's been supporting this place for the past three hundred or so years, El Botín serves an exquisite array of old-fashioned Spanish cuisine: roast lamb, stewed partridge, and grilled veal are customer favorites. Don't miss Botín’s succulent suckling pig, made famous by Ernest Hemingway’s mention of it in The Sun Also Rises. During this dining experience, you'll tour the restaurant when it's closed to the public, hear about its storied history, and then savor a scrumptious seven-course feast.
Carefully-crafted Spanish cuisine is on the menu at this penthouse restaurant in the Justicia... Read more