La Regadera

Updated February 2017

Since my first visit to La Regadera back in 2013… well, I just keep coming back. Now in more spacious digs, just around the corner from the original location, and still very close to both the Mesquita and the Roman Bridge, chef Adrian Caballero continues to serve up delicious Andalusian dishes with his own special twist. First bit of advice – make sure you book (or show up early) as it’s a very popular place that fills up fast. Second, don’t leave without trying the cochinilla (roast suckling pig) and the puntalette “risotto style”. Oh, and that ceviche!

I love the fresh and fanciful décor, with lots of natural light from the street-facing windows. Service is very attentive and helpful. The menu is short but spectacular with an equally good wine list. Also ask about the cocktails…

Ronda de Isasa 10
Tel 957 101 400
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Food 9 | Wine 9 | Service 9 | Ambiance 9

the bar

the Big in Japan gin cocktail

jamón Ibérico croquetas

la regadera codbacalao in tempura with chive sauce and paprika oil

sea bass ceviche with red onion, green apple & lime foam and cilantro

la regadera puntalettepuntalette “risotto style” with boletus and duck confit

la regadera plumaroasted pluma Ibérica de Bellota with smoked potato purée

cochinillo confitado with crispy skin and potato millefeuille au gratin

violet icecream with strawberries, lime crumble, leche merengada

the kitchen

la regadera horario

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Updated February 2017

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