Pequeño bar belga, con selección muy clásica que no falla nunca, realmente un pequeño viaje a Bélgica sin salir de la ciudad, las patatas fritas con estofado simplemente genial. La terraza es muy agradable, dentro mucha madera, realmente se respira ambiente cervecero belga, muy bien.
Un pequeño bar belga donde popder degustar buenas cervezas trapenses y otros divinidades belgas, muy recomendable. Realmenmte encontrar un lugar de buenas cervezas belgas no es fácil, ya que siempre encuentras lo mismo pero éste vale la pena.
Creo que es el único sitio en Madrid donde tomar la Westvleteren 12. Bonito sitio (con terraza), camareros majos y una excelente carta de cervezas (todas las trapenses excepto la holandesa La Trappe)
CamdenD (51) Madrid, Spain | February 14, 2008| Updated July 26, 2009
Considering its competition in Madrid, this place should get a 100. Good standard selection of Belgian beer and decent tap lineup, including Chimay Triple and always a kriek. Standard Belgians available, as well as, sometimes, not to blow their cover, a certain very sought-after beer without a label...
Stumbled upon this place on a chilly evening when looking for a place to go inside for a drink. Decent selection of Belgians, which stood out among the rather desolate beer landscape of Madrid. I had a few beers here I never even saw in places like New Beer Distributors or the Publick House in the USA. The manager we spoke to was very interested in beer and took time to make recommendations and ask us how we enjoyed our beers. Not a bad place at all.
This was a nice surprise just a few minutes from Plaza Mayor in Madrid. We went here twice, and really enjoyed both the tap & bottle selection. Good people-watching. The home-made potato chips (crisps?) are awesome and free. A lot of American college girls go here to drink wine for some reason. Good service
Came in here and asked for the Westvleteren 8, because I saw here that they should have it. The dutch guy who was working told me straight away thay they also had the 12. My first try, I was so grateful. Excellent service, and really smiling and easy to speak to staff. Really cool decoration and a splendid atmosphere.
Small bar with a nice terrace just off Pl Mayor. Nice to sit and people watch with a glass of Belgian beer. Excellent friendly service with free crisps. Standard selection of Belgian beers with the Westvleteren (Extra 8 and 12) being the exception. First taste of this for me so thank you.
eku28 (17) Los Angeles, California | March 31, 2011
Cafeeke is located on Calle de los Cuchilleros, very close to the Plaza Mayor. It is just up the street from Sobrino de Botin, the oldest restaurant in the world (ca. 1725). It’s a cozy, small pub with low ceilings, and an upstairs area with some more tables. There are not that many taps, but a decent selection for Spain. I ordered a Chimay which came in the appropriate glass, and it was some of the freshest I’ve had. The servers were very friendly and helpful. There is a small tapas menu with some basic selections. Recommended when in Madrid.
Just by the Arco de Cuchilleros, the oldest part of the famous Madrid’s Plaza Mayor. Two-storie dog-friendly belgian beer bar, where you can enjoy some mussels and fries along with your ale. Prices are quite high, though.