The Las Cuatro Estaciones is one of the highlights of the Madrid's dining venues and restaurants. Madrilenos take pride in the in their ability to enjoy the finer things in life. The Las Cuatro Estaciones is a ranked really high by the gastronomes of Madrid.
In fact it is reputed to be right up in the league of the very prestigious "Jockey".
The Las Cuatro Estaciones believes in decorating its restaurant in an au naturale style. The premises are decorated with enormous bunches of fresh seasonal flowers. The multilevel bar is surrounded with mirrors that reflect cheery bunches of hydrangeas, chrysanthemums, or poinsettias depending on the season. The flowers are there for more than just as a decoration though. The interesting placing of flowers mirrors and corks give you complete privacy so that you can dine in peace without being subjected to scrutiny of curious fellow patrons.
The staff appointed in the Las Cuatro Estaciones is well trained in culinary arts. Most of the chefs and kitchen staff have undertaken a prolonged period of apprenticeship in France. Only after they have completed their training have they been allowed to try their hand at wooing the discerning taste of Madrid gourmets. There hospitable service too leaves no stone unturned. The Las Cuatro Estaciones makes you feel right at home with their courteous and considerate service.
One of the signature dishes offered in the Las Cuatro Estaciones that has earned the restaurant many accolades is the crab bisque. Another dish you could try out is the marmite made of fish and shellfish. Another preparation that is simply delightful is the nouvelle cuisine version of blanquette of monkfish that is supposed to be so tender that it melts in you mouth.
The Las Cuatro Estaciones also boasts of an extensive cellar that stocks nearly 400 varieties of wines. The restaurant also has a cigar list to choose from.