“I wanted to do something in Madrid, but not to undermine the work we do at Lab (Sintra), because now it is my big bet to have a Michelin star,” he says

“I wanted to do something in Madrid, but not to undermine the work we do at Lab (Sintra), because now it is my big bet to have a Michelin star,” he says

THE BEST.  That the cook offers in the capital his rogue morsels copied so many times.  WORST.  Not enjoying the assemblies programmed by the club.  They are part of the experience

The chef returns to the Madrid gastronomic scene to serve his rogue bites at V Club feat Arola, a restaurant located inside the V de Vegas room, owned by the same owners of the legendary Bingo Las Vegas in Ciudad Lineal.

The chef returns to the Madrid gastronomic scene to serve his rogue bites at V Club feat. Arola, a restaurant located inside room V de Vegas, owned by the same owners of the mythical Bingo Las Vegas in Ciudad Lineal: «I wanted to do something in Madrid, but not to undermine the work we do at Lab (Sintra), because now it is my big bet to have a Michelin star”, says Arola, who this summer already opened in Santander Cormorán, where he develops the same informal concept. The Madrid restaurant is only open for dinner and until one in the morning with an average price of 45 euros, so it is perfect to enjoy before or after the V Club sessions, among which the circus-style performances such as «The Greatest Showman”, in addition to venturing into the “gaming club”. He acknowledges that he came with the idea of ​​recovering the spirit of ’97 when he opened the first La Broche to serve informal meals with fun starters and more serious main courses. To share, we started with their so famous, and copied, patatas bravas, with the Barceloneta meat bombs and the squid sandwich with ink bread. We continue with the steak tartare marinated in soy, wasabi and ginger oil, the lobster ceviche, the slices of Iberian pork in sherry with apple and goat cheese and the hake and white vermouth fritters. For dessert, we are left with the “after-nine”, the delicious version of the “after eight”. Who gives more?

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