This place has “plenti” of good stuff to offer. It is a coffee shop, so as a coffee lover there is that. They have “tostas”, egg dishes, smoothies, and salads all day long. And as a sweet trait they offer their home-made cakes, granola and banana bread — perfect for breakfast and brunch or for a relaxed lunch or snack.
This friendly, good-quality, cozy gem is in a hidden street, a friend of mine took me here, otherwise it would have been difficult to find. And that is what makes it so great in my opinion: the fact that they have built a community of loyal fans by offering good products and by being nice. Neighbors with their dogs, other shop owners from the area and satisfied customers consider Plenti part of their caffeine routine, and are more than happy to recommend it to others.
Oh, and this is important, they speak English too. So, if you are visiting Madrid and do not feel comfortable enough to speak Spanish in some other place, come to Plenti and you will feel totally comfortable. The restaurant is a white space, with lots of plants, wooden furniture and perfect-volume music. People will be reading or working using the free wifi connection and basically having a great relaxing time.