A classic among classics. Established in Berlin in 1904, it was opened in Madrid in 1943 by Otto Horcher himself. Traditional and bourgeois, it is one of the most historic and elegant restaurants in the capital. Top-level service, no detail goes overlooked. Central European cuisine featuring game dishes and desserts. Some of the classics include mustard stroganoff, saddle of hare, baked sea bass with tomato compote, and - believe it or not - the hamburger. The signature dessert is Baumkuchen with vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce. Extensive wine list with great vintages. In a revolutionary move, gentlemen are only required to wear a dinner jacket. Prices reflect the setting. Long live Horcher!