Enjoy authentic mountain flavours
The The island restaurant, of the year 1958, It is located in a natural enclave in Rascafría, in the National Park of the Sierra de Guadarrama, indoor lounge and terraces along the Lozoya River to enjoy in summer.
As a specialty of the House, You can taste beans with killing, oxtail stew, Deer and Ratatouille stew, but you can also enjoy seasonal, mushroom, wild boar with onion and Apple or as Madrid dishes as tripe stew, or ham croquettes and goat millet among others.
Recipe of "Oxtail stew"
1 Oxtail cut between the vertebrae
1 Liter red wine
1 Small piece of cinnamon, Laurel and thyme
In a frying pan gilded previously seasoned tail, We went to a pressure cooker, Add the wine and minutes later the water.
Peel carrots, onions and leeks cut into pieces and sauté, then crush it to add it to the pot of the tail without forgetting the cinnamon, laurel and thyme which will then be withdrawn.
Cook during 1 time, the tail has to be very, should separate easily from the bone.
It is better to do so a day before, greatly improves its taste.
Serving you can accompany French fries.
Meet Jara Raquel and Arturo Velasco, chef and owner of La Isla Restaurant.
ADDRESS: Carretera de Cotos, 31.800 Rascafría (MADRID)
Phone: 639337747 / 680461328
The months of June, July and August until the 15 September, We are open every day from 11:00 to 22:00 h.
The rest of the year, Open from Thursday to Sunday and public holidays from 11:00 to 19:00 h.
Dinner service upon reservation in summer.
Enjoy your visit and discover spectacular landscapes
Let yourself be seduced by this incomparable space within the National Park of the Sierra de Guadarrama, It crosses their paths and walks to know its natural pools, the monastery of El Paular, the island recreation area, The Finnish forest and each of its wonderful corners.
You can also enjoy numerous charming accommodation, big plans and all that the Sierra Norte territory can offer you.
Prepare your getaway to this municipality as spectacular as it is Rascafría, in the high Valley of the Lozoya. You won't regret it..