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20 Calle Reina Mercedes, Madrid, 28020, Spain

Often named among the best seafood restaurant in Spain, O’Pazo is owned by Evaristo Garcia, who also runs Pescaderías Coruñesas, a seafood supplier that provides the restaurant with fresh fish from the Galician coast. O’Pazo’s dining room is dim and stylish, with a slate-gray palette, wood-plank alcoves, and table centerpieces made with coral. A glass display case houses the daily catch, which may include baby eels, river cockles, and goose barnacles. The menu is simple and straightforward, with specialties including grilled sole for two and baked turbot with olive oil and vinegar.

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O’Pazo

Often named among the best seafood restaurant in Spain, O’Pazo is owned by Evaristo Garcia, who also runs Pescaderías Coruñesas, a seafood supplier that provides the restaurant with fresh fish from the Galician coast. O’Pazo’s dining room is dim and stylish, with a slate-gray palette, wood-plank alcoves, and table centerpieces made with coral. A glass display case houses the daily catch, which may include baby eels, river cockles, and goose barnacles. The menu is simple and straightforward, with specialties including grilled sole for two and baked turbot with olive oil and vinegar.