Restaurante circulo de bellas artes
Techo de tartán madrid
La carta de la temporada 2019 es un homenaje al mar Mediterráneo con sopas frescas, ensaladas, pescados a la plancha o arroces versionados. Una invitación a saborear el verano mientras se observa la ciudad desde el propio cielo.
La empleabilidad de personas en situación de riesgo es uno de los compromisos sociales de Azotea Grupo. Gracias a esta iniciativa, 20 jóvenes aprenderán un oficio y vivirán, a lo largo de 2019, experiencias laborales que den un impulso a sus vidas.
Que la Azotea del Círculo tiene las vistas más potentes de Madrid es un secreto a voces. Son casi 360 grados de vista panorámica sobre los tejados de la capital para disfrutar de la mañana a la noche y en cualquier momento del año. Situado en la azotea del Círculo de Bellas Artes, uno de los centros culturales privados más importantes de Europa, ocupa un lugar absolutamente privilegiado, por la belleza del edificio y sus vistas.
I do not recommend it. The service was very slow, it took more than half an hour to serve us and not at all pleasant. The food was of very poor quality, both the churros and the bread was frozen and served cold. The value for money was very expensive. I will not go back.
Icechurry. The fish tank since they have renovated the managers has become a much nicer place than it was before also if you go at lunchtime you can enjoy a very good value for money menu, and now in summer with those fans on the terrace with water vaporizers is luxury.
A bad and expensive coffee. I don’t care if it is the cafeteria of the Círculo de Bellas Artes. I don’t care if it is located in Alcalá street. And I don’t care that it always has a good clientele. Because normally an establishment should (I say should only) be paid for the quality of the service. And in La Pecera (as I said, the cafeteria of the famous Círculo) it leaves something to be desired. Bad coffee and expensive too. This was my result. I will go to the Círculo de Bellas Artes as many times as I can, but I don’t think I will go back much to their cafeteria….
Braised Pardina Lentils with Iberian Secreto IbéricoSalad of Raf Tomato, Beetroot, Fresh Chives and Soya and Mint VinaigretteMellow Crab with Prawns and Baby Broad BeansBreaded Mushrooms with Cecina de León and Ali OlíSpaghetti a la Carbonara with Parmesan SlicesSalmorejo Cordobés with Garnish***.
Teriyaki Chicken Stew with Ground Sesame and Sushi RiceStewed Ossobuco Milanese StyleBroiled Eggs with Smoked Bacon Lardons, Crunchy Onions and Caesar SauceHake Loin with Onion and Revolcona of Violet Potatoes
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