Another favorite stop for tapas on Calle Cava Baja (in Madrid) is Tempranillo. This place is more “old school” than “new school.” In other words if you order a glass of wine, they’ll bring you a small snack. They also have a menu full of delicious items. But first, let’s see all that wine on the wall:
Wall of wine at Tempranillo, Cava Baja, Madrid, Spain.
You’re sure to find something you like there. They usually have several bottles of red and white open, selections that are tasty and easy. Here’s a look at the chipirones with artichokes:
Chipirones with artichokes at Tempranillo, Madrid, Spain.
I also enjoyed a salad of various items that was loaded with olive oil. The photo is not the best, but here it is:
Salad at Tempranillo, Madrid, Spain.
Having been to Tempranillo many times, I’m amazed by the consistency. Always good, always interesting. The people watching here can be fantastic. So, go early, linger, and enjoy.