Fayer promises dishes that merge Israeli and Argentine gastronomy where the charcoal grill is the protagonist. Don’t worry, if the idea sounds strange to you, you’re not alone. But you discover that their proposal makes sense, they mix gastronomic offerings from two cultures in which grilled food is part of their DNA.
In their menu you will find falafel —the best I have yet to eat eaten in Madrid— and kibbe, but also Argentine-style meat empanadas; and pastrón —short rib pastrami—, grilled eggplants, skirt steak and homemade baklava. The menu is short but full of wonderful dishes that will make you travel from the Middle East to Argentina and back. Dishes that are easy to share: do it and order as many as you can.
If you like grilled food as much as I do, you will enjoy this place a lot, it is present in many dishes but in a subtle way. But not only does their food taste great, all the dishes are also presented beautifully. Ask for a table near the open kitchen and enjoy seeing them cooking.
And, above all this, the atmosphere is nice and the waiters are friendly.
It was curiosity that took me there the first time, the rest was for pure enjoyment and it has quickly become one of my favorite restaurants in Madrid.