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Totrilla de patata at Juana La Loca in Madrid, Spain.

Juana La Loca


Barrio de La Latina

$$$$Perfect For:Eating At The BarSmall PlatesLiterally Everyone
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Juana’s drippy tortilla de patata, loaded with caramelized onions, is locally famous for its perfect consistency—the egg is never overcooked, but not so moist it feels raw, which is the key to perfecting the dish. It gets packed in here, especially on Sundays, when locals head to the La Latina neighborhood to roam around, drink beers with friends, and tapas bar hop. Definitely make a reservation for both the comfy seated section or the standing area in the bar (where you’ll probably still be shoulder-to-shoulder with folks).

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