Madrid’s Mo de Movimiento offers a new take on the restaurant business – it’s a project that aims to stay true to a few simple principles. Sustainable high-quality organic ingredients sourced in Spain from small producers, the use of reclaimed materials in the restaurant’s construction and furnishings and job opportunities for people that for various motives may find it difficult to find work.
Since being featured on Somebody Feed Phil it has become even more popular, so I recommend booking to avoid disappointment.
The food is delicious and well priced – my favourite dish was braised leeks with romesco sauce (tomatoes, ground almonds, garlic…) The pizzas also looked so good, fresh out of the pizza ovens you’ll see on your way in. The bread they bake on the premises is for sale too – it’s really good!
Veggie-friendly, spacious, great service from informed servers – this is a place to go both for special occasions or just for a little treat. Also, just a stone’s throw from the Museo Lázaro Galdiano if, like me, you enjoy a little culture before supper!