One of the best meals we had during our two week trip in Spain. The dishes reminded us of our favorite Cuban restaurant in Denver, Cuba Cuba. Great find!
Really great Cuban food at a reasonable price. The service was very good.
Authentic Cuban food. Every dish is distinctly flavored. Wonderful setting. Will definitely return for the ropa vieja!
Our meal at Borax was a little disappointing. We decided to try this place because it had such high reviews on theFork app, but the food was mediocre. I wasn't bad, but it wasn't memorable either. The service was good and the staff was friendly. With limited days in Madrid, I wish we had eaten somewhere else.
Muy bien todo!!
La tarta de queso espectacular
The food (ropa vieja) was very flavorful, and the drinks were excellent and generous. Good value also.
Treatment was excellent! Very nice service! The waiters were wonderful. Food extremely authentic Latin American. The beans were amazing. Definitely recommend.
Delicious! Lovely service and ambience.
Had a lovely meal at the Borax. The waiter was very attentive and friendly. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
Great food, great service. The waiter made suggestions and helped us really enjoy ourselves.
Not excellent, but good enough
La tarta de queso es sublime.
Atencion excelente! Una gozada !
The restaurant is a little quiet place with warm and friendly staff who would make you feel at home. The food tastes and looks like home-made Cuban food. We were welcomed by Ariel and Laura, both really nice people. Ariel gave us a lot of tips regarding their week menus too. Good price for the portions as well... definitely recommended!
Paladal en el centro del barrio de Chueca. Sabor cubano por los cuatro costados. Si comes una ropa vieja acompañado de un mojito del ron añejo te sentirás tocar el cielo!!! jejeje. El trato muy agradable. Repetiremos sin duda.
This Cuban restaurant in Chueca is small but just right. The menu is limited, but everything we ordered was delicious. They did not have the cocktails listed on the menu (they were basic anyway) so we tried the Cuban beers instead - very good. The Tamal as a starter was terrific, large and tasty. For main plates, we had the huevos & vaca frita. Both were excellent. We were too full for dessert. The meal started with typical Spanish olives and bread - this was a distraction from the Cuban-ness of the rest of the meal. Will visit again!