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Casa Árabe, Madrid

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3.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • The place has incredible possibilities and the food is good, but the service is very slow (like two hours to bring all the food... What with 3 children is more than long). Being so close to retirement are many families with children, since there are only two high chairs (full of shit, and it is not that they had eaten before because arrived the first). The children's menu are 4 chips with 4 nuggest (please, kids eat more things than nuggest potatoes). They have a little garden where the kids can play, and it would be nice that they bring more party, could put some toys or something, not is.
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  • Went for a dinner a Sunday by the night, them expectations were high, nobody us had spoken of the place, but its aesthetics outside and his lighting of the terrace always us had called the attention. My companion was Egyptian, we tried the tasting menu of 22.75 and the truth is that food left a little that want, but worst of all was the service, then, food was cold and a little clueless with orders them the waiters, I believe q a place like this should take care of this kind of details.
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  • We were on Friday night. As a couple. It was very nice and service efficiently and effectively. Basil humus rich, very rich. The size of the beer very suitable. The dessert of textures and pistachio very rich. Good price.
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  • Todo excelente. Muy recomendable.
  • Casa Árabe has a restaurant named Shukran in the basement and if offers a very good variety of Mediterranean food. The food is not cheap, but not too pricey either. We visited this place after the Carnival celebrations of Madrid and very much enjoyed the food there. Their menu is a typical Mediterranean one and you will find all the usuals. For starters we ordered Hummus, Mutabal and Falafel. All of them came with warm Pita Breads. They were all fresh, yummy and rich in taste. For the main course we ordered, Chicken Rolls, Beef Shawarma and Kafta (Skewered Chicken). The Chicken Rolls were simple and delicious. For the Shawarma, they provide you all the ingredients and the bread on the plate and expect you to make a roll it out. This causes the food to get cold really fast. It would have been better if they had rolled it out and then served. The Kafta or Skewered Chicken was an utterly disappointing one being hard and chewy! The desserts were a real saviour. We ordered Baklava, Cheese Kunafa and Coffee Cream. All of them were spot on! We could have had a meal of just the desserts!! Definitely worth a try once.
  • I've been there 💝Arab culture centre ..andalous
  • The exhibition we have visited has been great. A surprise to see so fresh Géntu Ndaw photos.
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