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Casa Árabe, Madrid

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  • Excellent attention. Arabic music in the background (could not be less). Tried their beer Lebanese, rica.Comimos the suggestions recommended. Starters of chickpeas, bell pepper... very rich humus. CUS, cus... were filled. All excellent. It came out to 20 euros per person. To return.
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  • At one of the exits of the Park, the Retiro Bueno attraction. The building is outwardly similar to the Fire Department, neskol'ok red brick floors and tower above. There is a fenced area around. Seen as people out of it went in a typical Arab attire, but go not steel, have decided that this is a local cultural centre. Sense to visit specifically see.
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  • Very good, must be repeated to be able to enjoy more specialties. Cod confit, truffle hummus, baklawa.
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  • Passed by and saw a very powerful photography exhibition by Carole Alfarah of images from Syria. A mix of everyday lives and the devastation of war.
  • Excelente comida! La terraza es genial
  • Todo excelente. Muy recomendable.
  • Amazing service!
  • 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.