I went to a little restaurant just a stone's throw from my cousin's place called "Casa Perico". Yes, the menu includes many things I don't care for (shellfish, tripe), but there were also a lot of tempting items on the menu.
I started with one of my favorite Spanish dishes, "pisto", which is a Spanish version of ratatouille. This restaurant added a fried egg on top as a special touch. Very tasty!
For my main course I had "albóndigos a la andaluza". The English menu at the entrance described it as "smashed meatballs in a Andalucian sauce". The sauce was made from peppers, saffron and almonds. It was very good also. (Yes, I know that meatball is spelled "albóndiga" with an "a", but for some reason this was spelled with an "o".)
For dessert I had "natillas" which is similar to creme brulee. Yummy!
An excellent meal, and a restaurant to visit again on my next trip to Madrid!
My flight back to the United States leaves tomorrow morning at 11:35.
Now it is time to say...