Restaurante Nagoya Trafalgar (Madrid)

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NAGOYA Trafalgar –
Dirección: C/ Trafalgar, num 7 28010 Madrid
Teléfono: 91 448 69 07 / 91 444 23 73
Web: http://www.nagoya.es/
Banda de precio: bajo a alto
Franquicia: Dos locales (Trafalgar, Clara del Rey)
Fecha de la visita: varias en 2014

Este es uno de los restaurantes favoritos de SemiRandom, y de nuestros amigotes (por eso podemos traeros fotografías de diferentes menús). Importante: a este restaurante hay que ir en día de diario, porque en fin de semana es caro. Los menús del día de diario están a muy buen precio, comer a la carta es medio-alto y de menú degustación es bastante caro. Esa es la razón por la que recomendamos los menús diarios (10,50€ – 16,95€).

La comida es buena, tanto en los menús ‘de andar por casa’ como el más caro (26€/persona por el menú Osaka, mínimo para dos). Uno de los pluses del lugar es que personal es muy agradable y paciente, aunque no sean japoneses. Recomendamos pasaros por allí si visitáis Madrid.

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PD: disculpadnos por los cortes raros de las fotos, queremos presevar la intimidad de “los amigotes”.


Address: C/ Trafalgar, num 7 28010 Madrid
Phone number: 91 448 69 07 / 91 444 23 73
Website:
http://www.nagoya.es/
Price range: low to high
Franchise: Two restaurants (Trafalgar, Clara del Rey)
Date visited: Several times in 2014

With some functional working English, this is one of SemiRandom’s preferred restaurants, along with a bunch of friends – that is why you will see so many different pictures and dishes. An important detail is that this restaurant should be visited from Monday to Thursday when the daily menu (menú del día, 10,50€ – 16,95€) is in effect. Out of this period, eating a la carte or a special menu will be quite expensive.

The food is quite good, and quality is consistent regardless of which menu is chosen (from the cheapest 10,50€ to the most expensive 26€/person for the menu Osaka, minimum for two). One of the great things about the place is that the staff is very patient and friendly, even if they are not Japanese.

We strongly recommend checking this one out if you’re in Madrid.

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PS: Sorry for the weirdly cropped pictures, we’re trying to preserve people’s anonymity here.

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