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Sidrería El Tigre
Today 12:00 PM – 1:00 AM
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Calle de las Infantas, 23 28004 Madrid Spain
Calle de las Infantas, 23ESMadrid28004
+34 915 32 02
BarToday 12:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 PM – 1:00 AMWednesday 12:00 PM – 1:00 AMThursday 12:00 PM – 1:00 AMFriday 12:00 PM – 2:00 AMSaturday 12:00 PM – 2:00 AMSunday 12:00 PM – 1:00 AMMonday Closed
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Gurl inLA
3 weeks ago
Yes...its true! It's one of the few places where you can get free tapas with your order of wine or beer! We walked in for lunch after our guided walking tour. The good thing about this place is that it's sort of hidden from the main streets so you don't get too many tourists unless you're like me and do some research. It looks like an old pub with wooden barrels, stools and decor. The first floor dining area isn't very big but there's also an upstairs area as well where the restrooms are. But it was closed during the time we went. There were four of us, 2 had wine and 2 had beer. They brought out three HUGE plates of tapas, mostly starchy food which is just perfect for those wanting to drink and eat for cheap and get full easily. The total only came out to €13!!! So cheap! I'm not a big starchy eater but since vacationing in Europe for the past two weeks, I've had no choice since potatoes and bread is their biggest meal fillers here. Anyway, the tapas they gave us were croquettes, fries with some type of orange sauce and meat, cheese, tortilla with bread assortment. The portion was enough for all of us to be pretty full. They do have a main menu which you can order off of but we didn't since we had plans for a late afternoon snack elsewhere. The only thing I did not like was that our waiter was hustling us for tips by asking us to tip more if we want bigger tapas portions. But other than that, we had a good time here.
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Andrey Leybovich
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A great place for a sangria and a plate of pinxtos
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4 months ago
So many tapas!!! So good!!!
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Carlos Jaramillo
2 years ago
This is the best definition of bang for your buck. It is a must if you are looking for a genuine Madrid experience since this is the typical bar where you go, ask for a caña (small beer) and get a free tapa. The thing at El Tigre is that the tapas are huge and full of typical stuff like patatas with salsa brava or bread with iberic ham. The service is very good and they always treat you well.
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Jackie Koester
2 months ago
How to rank El Tigre is very difficult - depending on what one is looking for in a restaurant/bar. Depending on taste, mood, perspective, and how empty or full the pocketbook is, El Tigre can range from a one star experience to a five star experience. So, I give it a three. El Tigre is primarily a bar that dumps heaps of over-proportioned, greasy, salty, cheap tapas on several plates. One caña permits you to a whole plate full of chicken wings or tortilla. It's a great place for a cheap drink and snack. Normally loud and full of us guiris aka foreigners.
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Matt Tapia
4 months ago
Great food. Kinda small. Totally worth it.
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Anton Särkkä
2 years ago
Overhyped tapas place because you get a plate of stuff with every beer, The thing is though, youll pay 6€ per beer (Ok the beer is big, about half a liter) and the plate that comes with it is usually very low quality. Youll be much better off going to enother Tapas place and ordering the beer and tapas separately and youll end up getting more bang for your buck.
chul-hee Yoon
8 months ago
Great place for drink and endless tapas. They open earlier than others around.