Spaniards are very passionate when we talk about Spanish omelette —tortilla de patatas—, and this humble dish divides us into 2 groups: the ones that like it with onion and the ones that prefer it without, and the ones who like it on the runny side or others that like it well done.
At Casa Dani they make dozens of them every day, with and without onion but all a little bit runny. Their tortillas are so good that everybody says they are the best in Madrid after trying them. If you like ‘callos‘ —tripe stew— tell them to add some on your tortilla and you will take it to a different level.
But it’s not only their Spanish omelettes that are good; they offer many other typical Spanish tapas like creamy serrano ham croquettes, potato salad, tripe stew, etc. From Monday to Friday, they have a lunch menu with 6 first courses and 8 second courses plus dessert for a very reasonable price, one of the cheapest in the neighbourhood.
This hole in the wall is inside the Mercado de la Paz, where you will find many other yummy options. They have indoor (inside the market) and outdoor seating.