Opened in 1970, the restaurant has been run by four generations of the same family and maintains the tradition of preparing Madrid "cocido" (a kind of stew), cooked slowly over a holm oak charcoal fire and served in individual earthenware pots. This age-old culinary technique involves a number of technical difficulties, but, despite this, and thanks to endeavours of the kitchen staff, the result is truly formidable after four long hours of preparation. La Bola is one of the best restaurants serving traditional Castilian cuisine.
Year of construction/renovation: 1870 Closing times: Sunday nights Opening hours: 13.00-16.00; 20.30-23.00
Maximum group capacity: 120
Number of meeting rooms: 3
Maximum capacity of largest function room / venue
- Reception: 200
- Banquet: 120
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Address: C/ Guillermo Rolland, 1 (28013) Madrid Location: centro da cidade
In 2013, the restaurant picked up the following awards: "Best 'Cocido'" Award on the 2nd Madrid "Cocido" Trail. "Best 'Cocido Stock'" Award on 4th Madrid "Cocido" Trail. "2013 Asturias Gastronomic Ambassador", awarded by the Hotel Association of Asturias. "Oviedo Culinary Ambassador", awarded by Oviedo City Council. "Spanish Restaurant Food" Award in 2012, courtesy of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.