Arima Basque Gastronomy

Whether you’re new to Basque cuisine or a connoisseur, the family-run Arima Basque Gastronomy is a great choice for lunch or dinner. This cozy and warm restaurant offers a peaceful retreat from the busy streets of Madrid. Once seated, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy some delicious tapas and traditional dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. Wash it all down with some wine, Basque beer, or a glass of one the most popular items on Arima’s drinks menu, vermouth.

Arima Basque Gastronomy

  • Calle de Ponzano, 51, 28003 Madrid, Spain

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