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One of the Madrid stew classics

The classic Spanish cuisine restaurant has moved to the center of Boadilla del Monte (Calle Isabel II, number 1) and has reopened its doors as La Nueva Cañada with some tasty and interesting novelties. It has been, for years, a classic of Spanish cuisine with a menu that reviews traditional dishes from different regions of the country and with a wide range of wines. Now diners will be able to enjoy an area dedicated to another classic of our gastronomy, tapas, and a new atmosphere that invites after dinner.

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Boadilla’s new gastronomic bet is spread over two floors. The one below, prepared for tapas and a more informal dining environment; the one above, a restaurant area with some nods to its old place and what, with the arrival of good weather, will be a terrace where you can enjoy its typical cuisine and lively after-meals.

The tapas menu is renewed and introduces us to some options for diners in which quality products are the protagonist. We continue to have tapas classics such as potatoes – bravas or alioli-, torreznos or squid Roman style. Their anchovies from the Cantabrian Sea, the freshness of the tomato and avocado tartare and the ropa vieja dumplings deserve special mention. The tapas area is a bright and informal space where diners can enjoy these and other traditional options or a snack accompanied by a wine from the extensive menu that covers the Spanish wine geography.

On the top floor, the restaurant area continues to offer us a powerful menu of fish, meat and sweet rice, without forgetting its daily dishes that pay homage to the most traditional cuisine with classics such as lentils or Asturian fabada. The sweet spot also evokes traditional gastronomy with incombustible options such as French toast, pancakes or custard. The space shares many elements with the previous premises and transmits the same luminosity and familiarity. As a novelty, a terrace that in good weather will delight lovers of the after-dinner meal.

La Cañada restaurant is a classic among the classics

It was founded by Agustín Verdasco in 1970 and over time it established itself as a reference gastronomic stop on the northwest periphery of Madrid. Especially famous is its Madrid stew, prepared in the traditional way and served in two turns: first, the soup, and then the chickpeas and the meat that accompanies them. Now, from the center of Boadilla, La Nueva Cañada will continue to whet our appetite to enjoy the best of our product and gastronomy.

Come enjoy devery moment…