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La Fisna


C/ Amparo, 91, Lavapiés
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Tucked away on a quiet street in Madrid’s Lavapiés neighborhood, La Fisna isn’t somewhere you’ll likely encounter many tourists. Forget the Prado Museum—reserve a spot here to admire the cozy exposed brick and the towering wall filled with wine (there’s a 37-page list of wines by the bottle). When it comes to food, La Fisna’s dishes are simple, but made with flavorful ingredients from nearby regions, like the egg omelet with Catalonian sobresada, a semi-spicy chorizo paste, and piparras, which are Basque sweet peppers.

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