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Madrid's Best Restaurants and Bars

Diners at El Landó are invariably greeted with pan con tomate (bread rubbed with tomato), perfect slices of Ibérico ham, and more slices of tomato in garlic and oil. After that, it’s wise to put yourself in the hands of Angel, who will send out endless plates of tiny cockles kissed with garlic, still-sizzling “fried” asparagus, crispy baby lamb chops. It’s easy to linger over the after-dinner tray of whiskeys and ice—a musician friend of the place almost always stops by with a guitar or two (Plaza Gabriel Miró 8; 366-7681; entrées from $32).

Photograph by Lisa Limer

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