Naked & Sated’s menu is extensive and is divided into ten different sections, where you can choose from pizzas to galettes, toast, burgers or salads. Bosquet is at the helm of the kitchen and some of his dishes have already become the stars of the menu, such as the tataki salad, with grilled tuna, quinoa, avocado, cooked chickpeas, tomato and piquillo bell pepper, or the healthy scrambled eggs, which are made with grilled organic eggs with potatoes and baked sweet potato, and Iberian ham.
All the ingredients and possible allergens are described in the menu for the peace of mind of people with other allergies or intolerances.
And for those who do not forgive desserts, these also follow the restaurant’s line and are made without added sugars. There are nine options to choose from, including delicacies such as vegan chia and coconut pudding cake with strawberries, pumpkin pancakes, healthy banoffee or mango, mint and turmeric ice cream bowl.
It is a place where everything is suitable for celiacs, so people with gluten intolerance can enjoy the full menu. In addition, all the ingredients and possible allergens are described in the menu for the peace of mind of people with other allergies or intolerances.
We opted for the pizzas made with quinoa dough, which can be vegetable, bolognese, five cheeses, larded chicken or broken eggs. We didn’t know which one to choose… so in the end we tried them all. You probably don’t know either.
Naked&Sated has three restaurants in Madrid city:
- 3 Estébanez Calderón St.
- 110 Serrano St.
- 5 Maestro Victoria St.
- 1 París St (Pozuelo de Alarcón).
Average price: 15-20 €
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