Beef Chef Grill

There’s a new restaurant in town (bringing the total here in a suburb of Madrid to five).


Do you see the chopped various things floating on it? (onions, green peppers, cucumber, tomato) This might or might not have been house-made gazpacho. Fine flavour but missing that special “something” that a real chef would have added to it. Maybe adding some really good olive oil would solve it? The croutins were definitely commercial; leave them out.

Grilled vegetables

Basic but tasty; and healthy too.

Roast beef

Good presentation. Tasty. The gravy might have been a commercial product.

Lomo de buey

Standard Spanish fare. This one was done quite correctly.

Lunch menu: €14,50 including starter, main, café (or dessert) and a glass of house wine (which was either Rioja or Ribera).

Location: Las Matas de Las Rozas de Madrid - and they might have another branch in Leganes.

I think they will do well. I’ll be back; if only to try their hamburger. Good service. Decent price. Looks like it would a kid-welcoming place.

The mobile telephone with the 5 megapixel camera is missing at the moment. This was taken with a simpler phone-camera. I know, in know - if food blogging one should get a decent camera - - and one day I might.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The services is too slow..... 30' to bring a Hamburguer to the table........take pacience.....