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Madrid - New years eve


SanjPerth
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Hi Everyone, was great to come across a forum like this!

Im going to be in Barcelona from 19th-28th December and Madrid from 28th Dec til 5 January. There will be 4 of us in total. Can anyone please recommend a really great restaurant for New Years Eve?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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Ok. And what about either La Broche or La Terraza del Casino? What are your opinions of these 2?

Both are very good, more in the Adrià nueva cocina style. In fact La Terraza is Adrià's asisted Madrid branch and Sergi Arola, from La Broche, was formed at El Bulli.

Rogelio Enríquez aka "Rogelio"
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Ah ok it's beginning to make more sense to me now! Thanks!

I am going to be with my parents and my brother. My dad is very adventurous, my mum not very adventurous, and my brother is in the middle of them. I am very adventurous.

Because of my mum especially, would u recommend that we go to perhaps santceloni instead of La Terraza or La Broche? Or do u think it would be ok for them?

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Viridiana would be more adventurous and Santceloni the more classic. La terraza's menu starts with a fire works tasting and ends with real food. La Broche would be in the middle of all these. Take a look at their web sites and choose.

Rogelio Enríquez aka "Rogelio"
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La Broche's decor / atmosphere is modern and minimal, while La Terazza's is more traditionally luxurious, while the opposite is the case with their styles of cuisine. Depending on where your are staying, La Terazza is (slightly) more centrally located.

I haven't been to Viridiana or Santceloni (yet!)

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Thanks for that.

The other option (especially since my mum would probably prefer it) would be to go to a place which has really good, traditional food. Doesnt have to be fine dining, but pretty nice, and hopefully with a great atmosphere etc, especially since it would be for new years eve. Can anyone recommend a place like this?

All the other suggestions have been great and i will be visiting at least one of them (probably santceloni) but if any of u could recommend a place like what i described above i would really appreciate it.

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Thanks for that.

The other option (especially since my mum would probably prefer it) would be to go to a place which has really good, traditional food. Doesnt have to be fine dining, but pretty nice, and hopefully with a great atmosphere etc, especially since it would be for new years eve. Can anyone recommend a place like this?

All the other suggestions have been great and i will be visiting at least one of them (probably santceloni) but if any of u could recommend a place like what i described above i would really appreciate it.

So any suggestions for traditional spanish food anyone? New yrs is not far away so would really like to get the bookings done...

Thanks again

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