Este restaurante nace con la misión de recuperar los sabores tradicionales que poco a poco se han ido perdiendo. Y la forma de hacerlo es muy simple: verdad en sus hornos, en sus carnes, en su atún de Almadraba, en sus huertos y en sus vinos. El verdadero protagonista de Verum es ese horno tradicional castellano, alimentado exclusivamente por leña de encina y del que salen auténticas joyas como el cordero lechal de Castilla al estilo Aranda, el cochinillo segoviano o cualquiera de sus carnes a la brasa. Por si fuera poco, es el lugar perfecto para tomar unas tapas con un buen vino o un vermout casero. Los que se atrevan con la casquería, no deben dejar de probar sus mollejas salteadas a la arandina o la cabeza de cochinillo en las tres texturas. ¡Solo apta para valientes!
Carpaccio de tomate Huevo de Toro, con copos de ajito y trazos de AOVE.
Unos pican y otros no…
Cogollos de Tudela con ventresca de atún del Cantábrico y vinagreta de tomate.
Todo en general ha sido espectacular.
We booked this last minute but were not disappointed the staff were super friendly and the food was excellent. My husband said the sardines were the best he’s ever had.
Excellent service and menu. We really enjoyed our meal
Fantastic evening. Great service and food. Suckling Pig to die for. First class restaurant
Second visit , second superb experience. Beautifully presented fresh produce cooked to perfection. We were happily accepted at 2305 on a November Wednesday evening and were not rushed. We come for the meat but id say that the fish is worth coming for as well
The starters of rustic bread and crispy pork were delicious, could not get enough. However we were let down by my steak that was completely raw on the inside when I had asked for medium rare and the pork chopsticks which were more bone than meat. The apple pie dessert was a superb modern take on a traditional dessert. Overall a great restaurant, just let down a little by the main courses.
I was really unsure about this place , I’ve spent a lot of time in Malaga and was unaware of it. But having been here , I grade it as outstanding. High quality produce and great wines. Service excellent , we rocked up at 2230 , were given sound advice about food and wines. just asking for a bottle of caba elicited a great bottle of fizz. Stayed until 0150 drinking a couple of digestifs after a superb Galician chuleton. Felt like we had what would be a £150 meal per head in uk for only €50 a head and were never ever pressured to leave . Ignore the negative reviews and eat here ( I was wary of reviews written by those who had only left 1 review) only wish I’d got to try their fish or tartares. Oh well , next time !
Fantastic service and amazing food. Top marks from me!
We had lunch there. Waitress maybe affraid of english did not communicate. Expensive place, average food. No good wine by glass. I would try different place in Seville.
The one of the starters we got, the one with pork, was very good! The one with quail eggs and truffle was decent, but the bread was to neutral/thin. The Tataki tuna was very good, but did not fit as a main, and we were not informed. The tinderloin was amazing, one of the best I ever got. Was so soft, that even my daughter on 8 month with no teeth’s, could chew it. The cheese plate was good, nothing special, did miss some kinda sweet compot. The service was in general really good! But that we did need to pay 5 € on a 110€ bill for a little bit of boiled potatoes/patatas for our daughter was kinda greedy. I expected that to be free. We got 2 very good cocktails, gin-tonic, for a good price. The evening was good and we will probably come back another time, maybe nemt time we come to Malaga.
Comida: de 13:00 a 15:30 (todos los días)
Cena: de 20:30 a 23:00 (todos los días)
Calle Flamencos, 3, 29018, Málaga, Spain
Cerrado de Calderón
C/ Unidad 3
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